Being in Alaska in the winter makes for cold trips to and from the car with little ones. There are several things you can use to keep those babies warm. I found the Snuggleboo works the best. People ask me where I got it all the time. It's fleece and you get to pick from many cute patterns. I used to have a fleece covering that laid flat, but I didnt like the way it layed on my son's face. If I wanted to peek in, I would allow light in and wake him up. The Snuggleboo is great because it acts like a tent. I can lift the flap and not wake my little one. It acts as a barrier when you don't want people to see your baby, whether they are sleeping or you don't want peoples gems on them.
It keeps my baby very warm, I don't have to put a jacket, hat and gloves on her. I just put a small blanket over her and it keeps her warm to and from the car. In fact she gets hot in the car so I have to make sure the cover is up. You can also order in cotton for the summer. I am still able to carry the car seat on my arm and there are magnets to keep the flap closed on windy days. It is locally made from a mother of four.
You can order them here! This product gets the AK Mom Appoved stamp from me!