There is more to wool than meets the eye! It can also help solve many of the issues we've been discussing over the past few weeks from helping keep your kiddos stay warm longer to being the building blocks to the layers they wear. Below we are sharing all the amazing qualities of wool that make it a one-of-a-kind fabric.
Hiccups are a funny thing, and not just because of the cute little sound your kids make when they have them. We know babies and kids get them because they drank or ate too quickly, or because they gulped too much air in excitement, but one of my favorite piece of Scandinavian lore to share with people in the US is that when babies and kids are cold they get the hiccups. Very few people know about this secret, but this folk knowledge has been verified by scientific researchers at the Mayo Clinic and other medical institutions. We have nerves that run from our neck to our chests and when those nerves are irritated for whatever reason they make the...
Not sure how to dress your toddler for the heat or cold? Getting children dressed to go outside can be a headache sometimes, it can be difficult to know how clothes work when the weather changes. We always ask ourselves how can I make sure that my child will be warm enough but won't sweat? The simple answer to that is to dress in layers.
Don't you hate it when your child starts hiccuping and you can't seem to help them? Very few parents know that when their kids start hiccuping, it’s time to put on some more layers. Layering is important because it keeps you warm and dry all at the same time.
You can’t control the weather, but you can be ready for anything. Amidst all the fun and excitement we may forget to ask our kids if they might be too warm. Putting just one layer of merino wool next to the skin is enough to keep babies and children so much more comfortable when temperatures drop.