Splish splash splish splash! See those toddler rain boots dancing in the rain! Rainstorms and toddlers go together like ducks in a pond—at least, if the toddlers are properly attired. That means, at minimum, rain boots and a waterproof raincoat. To get your toddler ready for the winter (or summer rain) follow these steps...
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Once you’ve got your toddlers feet safely encased in toddler rain boots the two of you can go out and explore the bright clean freshness of a world after a rain. No matter where those feet go, they’ll stay dry. Explore puddles together, and see how many earth worms you can count. Shake the branch of a tree out over your heads and laugh as the sparkly water comes down.
If you want to do serious wet-day playing—after the rain and even when it is coming full force—you’ll want to invest in a rainsuit like Tuffo’s Muddy Buddy Coverall. This coverall is not nearly as cute or chic looking as that cute butterfly or dino raincoat you bought your child, but while the raincoat is good for expeditions to the store, church, or even school, where you stay on the sidewalks and walk straight, the Muddy Buddy is meant to be played in. Like, really played in. Slip this on over your child’s clothes, put on the rubber boots, and go out when it’s pouring buckets—nothing will get in. Or let him enjoy the mud after a storm. Not every toddler thinks puddles are for jumping over; some toddlers feel they are for sitting in. And if your toddler is wearing a Muddy Buddy, that’s perfectly all right.
Let every rainstorm be a fun experience for your child; there’s no reason to sit glumly indoors staring at the drops on the glass.
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