It's getting chilly up here! I looked around for the best cold weather baby gear and found some good ones to share.

This Duodoune snowsuit is my favorite. It's warm, waterproof, and has options to be worn as a bunting bag or snow suit with snaps around the legs. I also love that the fit is a generous cut which has room to grow (Trey is wearing the Large which is size 6-12mo, and you can see that it's slightly big on him, which I was thrilled about since some 6-12mo sizes are too small on him already.)

(Clockwise from top L)

Baby Mittens. These are waterproof (because, Seattle) and come with a string that can thread through a child's jacket, to keep them attached so you never loose one. They also have tiny clips that can attach on diaper bags, coat zippers, etc.

WarMMuffs for adults. How cool is this concept: these attach to your stroller, so you put your hands in them, but once you get to your destination you just slip your hand out and they stay on your stroller, one less thing to keep track of! These are also waterproof, fleece lined and super warm.

LambPod. I love this! I unzipped it and use half as my car seat blanket currently, it comes with a foot muff that circles around the bottom of the car seat. The fleece lining is so cozy, and the velcro straps around the car seat handlebar so It doesn't fall off. A super versatile, warm, cozy piece.

Blanket 212 Evolution Extendable Baby Bunting Bag. This is an outerwear piece that grows from infancy up until age PRESCHOOL. In an age when babies grow out of everything too quickly, I love that this is a piece that will last for years. It adapts to any stroller or car seat, it's waterproof, and it also converts into a large blanket.

Hats: My favorite knit hats are by Hanna Andersson and Krochet Kids (socially minded).

Shared in partnership with 7am Enfant. Style choices/opinions are my own.

Family photos by Talitha Photography.