3) Layer up
Even though your baby will need their short sleeves, it’s always a good idea to take another layer with you. The weather can change and you need to be prepared to give your baby another layer if the clouds populate the sky. With a bodysuit as your base, you can take with you either a long-sleeve and legged sleepsuit (it might even encourage a siesta) or some yoga pants and a t-shirt. This way baby is always protected no matter the weather, and you can feel certain they won’t be too hot or too cold.
4) Free the feet
Babies lose heat from their heads and their feet (just the same as us adults!), so to help their tiny bods regulate that temperature, let them go barefoot. Babies that cannot yet walk don’t need socks or shoes, so let them stay cool with the freedom to wriggle their toes. If your baby is walking, you can opt for open sandals which still let that dreamy breeze tickle their toes.