My best friend and I decided to take our babies for a run yesterday. (I'm using the term "run" loosely. It was a slow jog—a slog?—at best.)
It was a little chilly and a tiny bit drizzly. Emmett was wearing a onesie, jeans, a long-sleeve T-shirt, and some bite-size socks. I add his sneakers (which I really only use to ensure his socks stay on), a winter coat, and a knit hat with earflaps.
Then I strapped him in the jogging stroller, which is outfitted with a , and tucked a hand-knit blanket around him before zipping him in. My jogging stroller has a huge canopy, so I didn't need to use the rain cover to keep him dry, but I added it anyway to keep the chilly air out.
While I was jogging—in a T-shirt, a sweatshirt, and yoga pants—it crossed my mind that I may have overdone it. He wasn't sweaty or anything when I pulled him out. But still, it all seems like a bit much, no?
How bundled up does a baby need to be? Or should he just be inside when it's chilly out?