Five Fundamental Guidelines You Can't Afford to Ignore when Winter Hiking with a Baby

The wind cut across the field, blowing loose snowflakes and crumpled leaves in its wake.  It is a postcard worthy view, and I want to stop to admire, but the chill in the breeze discourages me from lingering too long.  The current temperature is only tolerable as long as I am moving.  Although it is only a little over twenty degrees, I am exhilarated to make my way out of the confines of my home for a brisk morning walk.

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