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All-Season Covers to Protect Baby While On-the-Go

Written by Jennifer Traynor

Parents, it is possible to get out with your baby or toddler during the winter and keep them warm and protected. All you need is the right car seat or stroller accessory.

With most of Canada currently in a deep freeze, getting out of the house with our little ones is no easy task. Parents have to grapple with wanting to keep their child warm in their car seats and strollers but also be able to have them safely buckled in. If you want to keep them protected from the elements without compromising the proper use of their car seat or stroller, consider using a Brica canopy or cover from Munchkin.

The Brica Smart Cover has an elastic, non-slip grip and easily fits on most infant car seats. It is made of breathable, insulated material, does not interfere with the straps of the car seat and parents will have the ability to still carry the seat with the cover in place. The cover is also machine washable.

If need to go outdoors with your little one in a stroller, the Brica Shield Stroller Comfort Canopy has a universal fit and will be able to cover most strollers. It has a retractable cover and is made of breathable material. Provides great year-round protection and could easily be used with a blanket during colder temperatures.

With these Brica covers, you can confidently leave the house with your little one knowing that they are cozy and safe while you are on-the-go.


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