Have you ever wondered why your kiddos are getting colder much faster than you are when you're out romping around in the snow or cold weather? We're sharing a few reasons why below in hopes you can stay outside all day long.
Whether you're bundling up for a hike or a fun day of sledding on a neighboorhood hill, Ella's Wool wants to ensure everyone is dressed just right with the tips below. Share this post with your spouse, babysitter, nanny, or neighbors – you never know who may benefit from these tips!
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.
Below freezing temperatures are sweeping across the country. But, that doesn't always stop little ones from wanting to play outside, especially if there is snow! Kids may not always speak up when they are cold, so Ella's Wool put together a few reminders to help you tell if your little one is getting a little chilly.
Hitting the slopes each winter is an outdoor activity many families take part in. If you live near the mountains, your closets are most likely stocked with stacks of winter gear. But, if you’re planning to vacation with your family this winter at a mountain resort with little ones for the first time, you may want to take notes. Trust us when we say kiddos may not want to try skiing again after their first lesson if they were shivering the entire time. Why wool? Wool garments will be some of the best pieces you can pack for your children to wear on the slopes. Wool is a naturally heat regulating fabric, meaning your kids can wear the merino garments...