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Getting Ready for Winter Weather

Today is the first day of fall, and the weather was perfect for a walk with Baby Mwah. I love taking him out for a stroll. It’s a great way for me to stay in shape and for baby to get some fresh air. 

Since I love walking so much, I’m not looking forward to winter weather. My friends with toddlers and babies complain about the inconvenience of bundling their tots in multiple layers in order to run errands only to watch them alternatively shiver during the walk and sweat in overheated stores or on the subway.

I recently received a review sample of the Warm as a Lamb Stroller Cover that will enable Baby Mwah to stroll in comfort this winter. This thermally-insulated stroller cover keeps babies and toddlers completely protected from cold winds, snow and winter weather. It was designed with adjustable pulls to fit all Single and Double standard size strollers, lightweight strollers and jogging strollers. I had no problem fitting it on my strollers.

I’ve fumbled with cheap stroller rain covers this summer that made it difficult for me to pick up baby or close the stroller without taking off the entire cover. Those cheap rain covers were more of a hassle than a help, so I was excited to find that you can open and close your stroller without removing the Warm as A Lamb Cover. The zippered front window makes it easy to load and unload baby without removing the cover. And since you can open the front window and control the air flow, your child won’t feel uncomfortably hot when you go into a store even though the soft built-in-blanket interior lining will keep your child “warm as a lamb” outdoors.   

The Warm as a Lamb Stroller Cover is an essential for any city-dweller or any mom who does a lot of walking with baby.

Want It:
Available for $99.99 at or for $90.60 (with free shipping) at Amazon. 

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Debbie Bookstaber started Mamanista in 2007 with her friend Candace Lindemann. Debbie and Candace also are the co-founders of, which empowers bloggers to become philanthropic leaders in their communities. Through their annual awards, recognizes bloggers who effectively use social media for social good. Debbie lives in the Philadelphia suburbs with her husband and two young sons. She's an active volunteer in her community and a working mom. Debbie is a partner at Element Associates and the Social Media Director at Child's Play Communications. You can follow Debbie on Twitter @buzzmommy or meet her at a future blogging or tech conference, where she frequently speaks about social good efforts, SEO or affiliate marketing.

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