Baby Beanie Hats – Choosing the Right Size | Melondipity

Baby Beanie Hats – Choosing the Right Size

Unlike adults, infants cannot adjust their body temperature, and with winter coming, they require warm attire. Coats and sweaters may do the job to keep them warm most of the time, but it is their head and ears that need to be protected from the ruthless chills. A baby hat is the perfect way to protect your child from winter infections like colds, fevers, etc. – because they will help pass heat to the whole body from the head. A baby hat is extremely important, but who says it has to be boring like adult winter hats? Baby beanie hats are accessories that merge style with safety. Not only will they protect babies from the winter chill, they will also stylize them with their fashionable appeal. Many parents, however, have found themselves at the onset of winter and utterly confused – especially new parents. They normally confuse hat sizes, or sometimes find themselves unable to attach a bow/flower clip to a headband. Such confusion is common as the market is full of various styles and designs – differing from each other in terms of width and length. The best suggestion is to choose baby beanies according to the child’s age. For instance, crochet beanies with 5” headbands are recommended for infants between 9 and 12 months, while the crochet beanies with 6” headbands fit perfectly on infants between 12 and 18 months. A detailed recommendation for choosing the right size for your child is: 0-3 Months 14”-15” head circumference 3-6 Months 15”-17” head circumference 6-12 Months 17”-18.5” head circumference 12-24 months 18.5”-20.75” head circumference 2-4 years 20.75”-21.25” head circumference 1-2 T (older) 18”-20” head circumference You may visit http://www.melondipity.com for more information about buying the best newborn hats for boys and girls.
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