17 January 2008

Best of Parent Hacks: Keeping warm during the winter

The weather outside is frightful, so I thought it might be nice to dig through the archives for some of our best cold weather tips:

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I use a rice sock and warm it up in the microwave. I lay it over mittens before the kids go out. It also works as a car seat warm, plus it molds to your body better than a water bottle.

We put milk for hot cocoa in the crockpot to warm before we go out to play in the snow.

Those shoe organizers are great! We have one for socks, tights, and underwear, and one for art supplies.

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