we first used a down-filled snowsuit from babygap to keep my son warm, but it didn't offer very good temperature control when we were popping in and out of the store. then we found the sweet adeline carrier cover by protect-a-bub; it was easy to put over the carrier and quick to remove, and works well for a structured carrier. that was three years ago, but i think it's still available on amazon. and on the days i had him in the sling, i just gave him a hat and buttoned my coat over him!
Keeping an Infant Warm in a Carrier through the Winter
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for your green option, you must add to the list the vimala mattress by green sleep; it's widely known as the rolls royce of organic mattresses. no off-gassing, no chemicals, and no flame retardants as it includes organic wool which meets all open flame test requirements for mattresses sold in the u.s. although it is also available in canada.
A Year in Bed: A Modest Proposal
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