While a cowl neck may be still considered a scarf, for me, it’s more of a scarf alternative for your baby. It’s totally different than your everyday scarf as it fits loosely around your neck yet keeps you warm. Why is it better than a forever long scarf? It’s super warm and cozy unlike other scarves that you may have to wrap a few times. A cowl neck scarf you can just throw on and go. You won’t have to worry about it falling off or losing it. How many times have you grabbed the scarf from a falling stroller or as your little one drags it along on a walk? Or stop them from falling when they trip over it? I know I have. It’s a great scarf alternative for babies and a seriously cute cold weather accessory.
With the air getting chilly, it’s time to break out one of my favorite must-have accessories for your Littles which is just why I am sharing a few of my favorites.
It’s starting to get pretty chilly here in the east coast — colder than I ever remember it being this early in November. And why I like to try and get my Littles out for a walk everyday, sometimes it’s just way to chilly to bundle them up and head outside. But with a craft closet full of goodies and a basket full of handmade fun, I am sure you can keep them occupied on those oh-so-cold days to go outside.
So, with that said, I thought I would share with you a few must-have handmade finds and DIY projects to make those cold days more fun indoors!