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Baby It's Cold Outside: My Favorite Shower Gifts for Winter Babies
It may not be winter yet, but if you’re currently looking for that perfect baby shower present, odds are good that the little bundle is due to arrive during the winter months.
Look no further than Disney Baby for all of your gifting needs. With so many cold-weather options available in a variety of adorable styles, we’ve got you covered!
Check out my favorites!
The little princess will look adorable in this soft coat from Disney Baby!
Coat, $44.50 Disney Store
Snowsuits are a must for those wonderful winter days, and who better than Mickey himself to serve as inspiration?
Snowsuit, $34.50 Disney Store
Pooh Hat and Mittens
Winter walks with the whole family require babies’ heads and hands to be covered, and this Pooh set is perfect for both boys and girls.
Hat and mittens, $16.50 Disney Store
Swaddling is one of the best tricks I learned to soothe my fussy newborns, and these sweet Mickey swaddling blankets will keep winter babies snug as a bug in a rug!
Swaddlers, $45.00 Disney Store
Loving Touch Gift Set
Gentle products are always important to use on the sensitive skin of newborns, but at no time is it more important than during the winter months. The mama-to-be will enjoy it too!
Gift Set, $60 Basq Skin Care
The winter months might keep babies and their new parents indoors more than other times of the year, so this is the perfect gift to keep baby safely and comfortably swinging away till spring and beyond!
Swing, $149.99 Babies R Us
Personalized Mickey Towel
Give a gift that will make baby’s first baths extra fun! I love that this hooded towel can be personalized, too, which makes it extra special.
Hooded towel, $24.50 Disney Store
Pure and Natural Diapers
When it comes to gift giving, you can never go wrong with the basics, like these newborn diapers.
Diapers, $12.99 Babies R Us
Mary Lauren Weimer is a social worker turned mother turned writer. Her blog, My 3 Little Birds, encourages moms to put down the baby books for a moment and tell their own stories. She writes about all things toddler at Babble’s Toddler Times. Connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.