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Best Snowsuits for Kids – snow play all day!

By Dallas Stevens

Eyes need protection all year round! Pair Ro·Sham·Bo Baby's children's sports sunglasses with these 5 best toddler snowsuits to keep Junior safe from head to toe.

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As kids get older it’s easier to send them out doors in the cold and snowy weather to play for long stretches… if you have the right snow gear. A good snowsuit can be the difference between drinking a warm beverage in it’s entirety while watching the kids romp and play from the window, and repeated blasts of cold air from the door opening and closing as the kids come in because their snow suit doesn’t fit right or their clothes are starting to get wet.

Bast Play All Day Kids Snow Suits

I know what a pain to shop for snow suits, so, to make it a little easier I have gathered the top rated snowsuits for kids on Amazon. These snow suits all have a minimum of 50 reviews and an average rating of at least 4 stars.

Top rated Snow Suits

 

Arctix Youth Overalls Snow Bib

4.5 stars with over 600 reviews- Great for everyday wear, this snowsuit has reinforced cuffs and scuff guards to prevent fraying at the ankles. They also have gaiters- an internal sleeve that fits inside the snow boots to keep legs and feet completely protected from the snow. This snow suit has elastic sides and adjustable shoulder straps for a good fit on a wide range of body types. It also come in a wide range of sizes and colors. Reviews appreciate the warmth of this snowsuit.

White Sierra Youth Toboggan Insulated Bib

4.5 stars with 200 reviews. Articulated knees, stretchy ribbed sides, and adjustable shoulder straps mean a custom fit while also allowing for range of motion. Many reviewers mentioned the high quality of materials and construction and felt that the sizing was true to fit.

Columbia Snowslope II Bib

4.3 stars with 131 reviews- Light weight and warm, with reinforced cuffs, this snowsuit is ready to see your child though more than one season of snow. Columbia Snowslope II has a unique outgrow cuff system allowing you to lengthen the legs for a longer lasting fit. Reviewers mention the ease of cleaning between uses because dirt can simply be brushed off after drying.

iXtreme Boys’ Snowbib

4.5 starts with 90 reviews- This snowsuit features internal gators and zippered cuffs to create a layered barrier against the snow. The zippered pockets and key or mitten loop make these a great choice for a day on the slops or out and about everyday. Reviews note that they run slightly large making them a good fit for huskier kids.

London Fog Classic Bib Pant with Zipper

4.6 stars with 50 reviews. A geat snowsuit, it is machine washable and features a cargo pocket on the side making it a good choice for the slopes or a everyday use. They come in a range of colors and sizes from 2T all the way up to 14/16 youth. Reviewers appreciate the quality and warmth of these snow bibs.

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Hanes Thermal Underwear Set

Don’t forget a breathable base layer, these thermal underwear have flat, no rub seams and shrinkage control, however, reviewers note that these run small so you may want to order up a size or two.

 

 

Fox River Kids Snow Day Over-The-Calf Socks

A warm pair of wool socks can make a big difference in staying warm and dry while playing in the snow. These socks are made of soft Merino wool and have a flat toe seam for comfort.

OutdoorMaster Kids Ski Goggles

For kids 6 and up these goggles offer UV protection to protect eyes and can even be worn over glasses!

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This Video of a Baby Meeting His Dad's Twin Brother Has 22 Million Views For Good Reason

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The Way 1 Dad Calms Down His Baby With Special Needs Is Beyond Sweet

By Gen Cohen

Before baby Gideon was diagnosed with peroxisomal biogenesis disorder at 7 months old, the Jolicoeur family was stumped when it came to calming down their baby when he was crying . . . until they discovered the magic of raspberries.

In a video recorded by Gideon's mom and posted to Facebook, we see the tiny baby uncontrollably crying until his dad swoops in and saves the day with a raspberry or two. Judging by the relaxed look on the infant's face, it definitely appears to be working.

Peroxisomal biogenesis disorder, a medical condition that affects human cells, often leaves children blind and can lead to loss of hearing as well, so it's no surprise that little Gideon took a shining to some skin-to-skin action. Talk about cuteness overload.

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10 Homemade Father's Day Gifts That Dads Will Love!

By Gen Cohen

By Danielle Herzog

Some dads want a new tool for Father's Day, and others want an afternoon to play golf with their buddies. But the one thing every dad loves is a homemade gift from his kids to show him how appreciated he really is, and these 10 homemade Father's Day gifts will make any dad feel loved.

A Stache of His Own

What dad doesn't sneak into the candy jar when his kids aren't looking? For this Father's Day, how about making him his own stache—er, stash—that he won't need to share. Fill it with his favorite candy and a promise that it's for him and him alone with this free printable from Thoughts from Alice!

 

Samples of His Life

Here's a colorful way to share all the things your kids love about their favorite guy this Father's Day! Little ones can draw a picture of their favorite thing to do together or fill each paint chip with what's so great about their special dad. No matter what, these "samples" of their appreciation are sure to brighten up any Father's Day.

For the Handyman in Your Life

If dad just can't seem to get his workshop organized, try turning empty Altoid boxes into mini toolboxes to store nuts, bolts and all sorts of tiny hardware. Kids can personalize them with their names or even with what's inside of each box. Either way, they're a great way to help dad be the best Mr. Fix It he can be!

What I Love About You

Let dad read what the kids really think of him this Father's Day. Create an entertaining and fun questionnaire for your kids to answer and showcase all the things they love about their dad. With just a frame, some paper bunting and a printer, you can create a memorable keepsake that will make any father smile.

Cook Up Some Love

Every man wants to have his very own apron, just one without ruffles or frills. This adjustable apron is just the right gift for your personal chef this Father's Day. With some simple sewing and some love, you'll have him cooking something up for the family in no time!

At the Car Wash!

Washing a car is to fathers what going shopping without children is like for mothers. So this Father's Day, why not put together a personalized car washing kit for dear ol' dad? It's as easy as a decorated bucket filled with all the necessities to bring out the sparkle of your car and dad!

Clean Cut Choice

If dad tries to be eco-friendly or just doesn't like putting chemicals on his face, he'll love this DIY shaving cream. Just whip together some Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, Jojoba Oil and Bergamot Essential Oil, and voilà, you'll have a clean, fresh smelling cream. Just remember The Chic's tip for getting a light, whipped texture: let the Shea soften first.

Control of the Remote

What man wouldn't love to not only get homemade cookies on Father's Day but also gain control of the television remote for at least one day? Now he can have both with these adorable remote control cookies. And don't be scared by how real they look, it's as simple as some royal icing and edible markers to bring the cookies to the beta phase!

From Scratch

Add a little mystery to his Father's Day by making this -off, personalized card. Silver acrylic paint mixed with dish-washing liquid gives dad a chance to scratch off hidden messages that tell him exactly how awesome he really is.

Slip in Some Silliness

What a hilarious way to show dad that his kids are always with him—even when he's reading! These silly bookmarks are a fun and easy gift to make for your favorite bookworm. Slip one into a new book and give him a day of relaxing reading—his favorite way to enjoy his Father's Day.

 

Thanks for checking out this list of personalized Father's Day gifts! Make sure to also check out our sunglasses that fit both Mommy, Daddy and Junior!

 

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10 Nursery Storage Hacks to Help You Save Space

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Caring for your baby inevitably requires a whole bunch of stuff, and it isn't easy to fit all those necessities into a smaller nursery. Not to worry — if you're working with minimal space, there are some simple hacks and products to help you keep your baby's items organized. Keep reading for a look at 10 smart space saving nursery ideas for smaller spaces, and then get inspired by checking out kids' rooms you need to see to believe.

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