Any Tips For This Warm Weather Gal?

January 7, 2008

This weekend I was on a layover in Seattle and almost froze to death!

Okay, maybe I’m being a little dramatic but it was in the lower 30s and raining. I had a long coat on but I was still painfully cold! Can you blame me? It’s in the upper 70s/lower 80s in Hawaii right now. Seriously! We actually took the girls to the beach today.

This made me wonder how in the world am I going to survive our family trip to Lake Tahoe in March? Believe it or not, I’ve never been in the snow before. We did go to Big Bear once but Girlie Girl got sick on the ride up and she and I ended up just hanging out in the restaurant. So really, as far as I’m concerned, it doesn’t count.

So, this is where you come in, my seasoned cold weather friends. Do you have any tips on what I should bring on this trip for me and the girls? What works in keeping you warm? What doesn’t? DH goes snowboarding every winter but he’s really no help when it comes to dressing a bunch of females. I’d really appreciate any advice I could get!



 
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58 Comments on “Any Tips For This Warm Weather Gal?”

1
January 7, 2008
8:35 am

Grace said:

We have the same temp in Dubai most days but this morning it was just 15C (59F) and I was shivering!

What kept me warm when I lived in Japan though, was putting on thermal underwears (a long sleeved shirt and a legging type for bottoms). The ones that stick to your body and generates heat (the package says so!). Layering clothes is the basic way to stay warm I guess.

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January 7, 2008
10:31 am

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January 7, 2008
11:20 am

Jacki said:

I second long johns for a trip to Lake Tahoe. Also, sweaters and thin turtlenecks. Warm socks, too!

And no, I don’t hate you. Just wish I were there!

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January 7, 2008
11:20 am

Maytal said:

Wow, I wish the weather was beachy as well here. I want sun and heat!!!

Maytal

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January 7, 2008
12:29 pm

tonya said:

Cuddleduds - the feminine version of long johns…
and
Air activated handwarmers for your pockets!

We have the great fortune of experiencing all four seasons in one week here in the south! We have to be prepared for anything!

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January 7, 2008
12:39 pm

Dana said:

Definitely…long johns!! Long underwear saves me. When I visited my sister in Missouri over Christmas - I wore long johns under everything, including my pajamas. I like warm weather too!!

Beautiful picture. I truly wish I lived there in Hawaii!!

Have a great day Kailani!

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January 7, 2008
12:46 pm

feefifoto said:

Silk long underwear is extremely thin but very warm. Get a pair of Uggs too.

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January 7, 2008
12:59 pm

Baby Advice said:

I would take earmuffs or hats, scarves, long johns for under clothes, heavy coats, gloves oh and lots of socks!! If you guys are planning on going in the snow it is a must to keep your feet warm, if you don’t it will cause the rest of you to stay cold!! One last thing would be snow boots

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January 7, 2008
1:05 pm

Cathi said:

Beanies or halos for your heads (keep the ears covered!) and nice comfy warm gloves for your hands. It seems if your head and hands are warm the rest of the body is too.

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January 7, 2008
1:05 pm

Adventures In Babywearing said:

Oh wow! Well, I do think snow pants/snow suits are a must for the little ones. And at LEAST two pairs of gloves each. They get wet from snow quickly and kids are prone to taking on & off their gloves to touch the snow. It might look weird, but if it’s really cold, my boys prefer wearing those full-face mask hats to keep them warm, too! Boots that fit will keep little feet toasty. You might want to be sure you have sunglasses, too, if the snow is really bright on your eyes.

Steph

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January 7, 2008
1:45 pm

Kelly @ Love Well said:

Layers are the key to staying warm. Get some long underwear, or if you can afford it, some of those silk skins. (Check LL Bean and/or Lands End for some great deals.) Layer those with cotton-fabrics to wick away sweat, and you’ll be set with the basics.

Obviously, you’ll also need outerwear fit for the snow. But I wonder if there’s a way for you to rent coats, ski pants, boots, gloves, etc.? It’s silly to buy everything for one trip. That’s a lot of expense!

GORGEOUS picture, by the way. Did you take it yesterday?

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January 7, 2008
1:55 pm

Sheila said:

Start with moisture wicking long underwear and layer on top of that. Check out REI.com for stuff like that.

Make sure you wear a hat of some kind because you lose a lot of heat through your head.

Sheila’s last blog post..Hawaii Vacation News Roundup for January 5th

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January 7, 2008
2:48 pm

Lulu said:

Two words - Lands End. They have the most awesome outerwear items, and most of it is on sale right now. Go check out http://www.landsend.com.

And I also second the Cuddleduds suggestion. They are awesome!!

Hope you have a wonderful trip! Although, I would be a bit sad about leaving the beautiful beaches of Hawaii to tredge around in the snow!!

Lulu’s last blog post..It’s Wee-Wee Man to Save the Day!

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January 7, 2008
2:50 pm

Lulu said:

One more suggestion—go to http://ecom1.sno-ski.net/earbags.html and order the earbags. You will NEVER regret it!!

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January 7, 2008
3:05 pm

Summer said:

Wool, lots of warm snuggly wool.

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January 7, 2008
3:06 pm

DebMomOf3 said:

Well I don’t really have any advice that hasn’t already been covered, but I second the idea of comfy long underwear and multiple sets of socks and gloves as spares. The waterproof gloves or mittens with Thinsulate are great for playing out in the snow and keep little hands pretty warm. Hats too - and maybe one that ties or fastens for Baby Bug if she’s not used to keeping hats on. And definitely warm, waterproof boots and snow pants. It’ll be strange to see your kids dressed up as giant marshmallows, but it’ll be worth it to keep them warm and dry. :)

PS - Becca has tagged Baby Bug in a meme… :)
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January 7, 2008
3:08 pm

Tara said:

Well if there is one thing I CAN comment on it is this. I live in northern Canada and we have LOTS of snow for about 7-8 months of the year. This week it was -35 degrees celcius (-31 farenheit).

I recommend some long underwear (or tights) to wear under your pants. Jeans tend to be colder than other fabric. Wool (if you can handle it on your skin, it really itches some people) sweaters and socks will keep you warm. Keep your feet dry because moisture will make you colder. You lose most of your bodies warmth through your head so a hat of some kind helps. Of course the obvious- mittens or gloves, a scarf and a warm coat! Dress in layers- underclothes, cotten t-shirt, long sleeve shirt, sweater, coat… you can always take clothes off if you are too hot, but if you are too cold there is nothing you can do! And honestly, drinking a warm drink like tea or hot chocolate can really warm up your insides!

Most of all HAVE FUN!!! And enjoy the wonders of snow :)
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January 7, 2008
3:17 pm

Angie said:

I hate being bundled, so in the cold live in my Uggs and use a scarf.

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January 7, 2008
3:27 pm

TheAngelForever said:

Let me pause and celebrate out little winter heat wave here . . . Yahoo 45 degrees today and 57 (record high) tomorrow! Sad but true, we are typically below 30 this time of year with bone numbing wind chill. This was just enough to melt most of our snow, get rid of ice damns on our house and get us ready for the next punch, which will come soon enough.

As for staying warm, if my feet are cold I have a hard time getting the chill out of my body. So make sure you have warm boots that are water proof. Also bring lots of warm socks. In addition to this, lots of layers of clothing. It’s easier to strip to get cooler than to get warm. I have not had long johns since I was little, but my brother swears by them (he has season tickets to the Buffalo Bills - crazy person).

Good luck and you will get used to the cold. Now could you please send more warm weather this way please?!

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January 7, 2008
3:43 pm

Caryn Bailey said:

We lived in Edinburgh (we’re from CA) so winter was a SHOCK!!! Layering was a must or I couldn’t go out. Hats, scarves, gloves, boots (Uggs!)….

Caryn Bailey’s last blog post..Packing Up and Moving Out

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January 7, 2008
4:00 pm

Jill said:

I have three words for you: hat, gloves, extra pair of socks… OK that’s more than three words, but you get the gyst. If you can keep your head, hands and feet warm, the cold won’t seem so bad at all. Take it from me, a Midwesterner born and bred… I’ve weathered many a cold winter and I’m always so much colder if I don’t have my appendages covered up!

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January 7, 2008
4:14 pm

Wendy said:

Moving back to Indiana from South Carolina I figured I would freeze to death. I got a nice warm coat, lots of scarves, very good boots, and my new trick is men’s soccer socks. Yes, sounds weird but they are super long and don’t fall down. They are great to wear with my snow boots so if I want to roll my jeans there is no gap between the boot and the jeans where my leg is exposed! Keep your ears warm too…good earmuffs or a headband that will cover them.

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January 7, 2008
4:18 pm

Dee said:

layers, layers and more layers. :) Oh you will still be cold but you won’t die! LOL

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January 7, 2008
4:24 pm

Stacey said:

I’m cracked up at you! Okay, this is coming froma Midwestern Missouri girl who grew up in the days when snow up to her waist was inevitable at least once a year! I don’t notice the chill so much, but I definitely get cold. And I think gloves are a must. That and lots of hand lotion–my hands get dry in this cold weather. You’ll be fine, it’ll be great! xoxo

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January 7, 2008
4:31 pm

tracey said:

If my hands or feet are cold, my whole body is cold. Warm, thermal gloves and lined boots are a must. Also, since you’re not used to the cold, bring even warmer clothing than might normally be recommended, as it’ll affect you differently than it would me. (It’s 45 out and I went shopping in jeans and a thin sweatshirt. HEATWAVE!!!)

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January 7, 2008
4:35 pm

Jennifer said:

What do I do to stay warm? Well we had 6-8″ of snow last Tuesday & Wednesday and I didn’t leave the house from Saturday thru Friday….does that answer your question? LOL!!
I’d rather be in Hawaii with you ;0) it is a dream of mine to one day see Hawaii.

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January 7, 2008
5:00 pm

Melissa said:

I’ll have to see if I can find the name of these things… but they are like the hand warmers, but you put them in your shoes to keep your feet warm…
Make sure you’ve got good coverage for heads… you loose a lot of heat through your head.
Lots of layers is always good. That way, if you’re really active and start to get to warm, you can take a layer off and still stay warm!

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January 7, 2008
5:36 pm

Desert Songbird said:

You’ve been told the best advice - layers, layers, LAYERS! Layers keep air trapped and insulate you. For the bottom layer, the best thing is either thermal or silk two piece long underwear. Silk is less bulky. Silk socks under wool socks helps, too. And don’t forget to cover your head!!!!!

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January 7, 2008
5:53 pm

Briggie said:

well, here on the east coast we usually have cold, rainy, snowy days this time of year, but it’s been pretty calm this winter. i recommend layers, lots of layers. have you ever tried under armour or thermals? north face makes really good coats and stuff too. also, there is a company that makes these warmers you put in your pockets, gloves, and shoes where you squeeze them to activate and they give off heat for several hours and you just toss them out when they’re done. also, plenty of chapstick, a good pair of sunglasses and a moisturizing sunblock because the glare off the snow can be a killer. make sure your shoes/boots are moisture resistant too because if water seeps through your tootsies will chill pretty quick. they say if your feet, hands and head stay warm, so will you because that’s where you loose most of your body heat!

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January 7, 2008
6:41 pm

Renee said:

You’ll love this tip! Shopping. hee hee go to LL Bean or Lands End dot com and look through their overstock & clearance areas.

I don’t know if you’ll have time scheduled in your trip, but my SIL went to a thrift store when she came here for a visit and bought a almost brand new set of ski wear for her daughter…see folks come to visit, buy brand new winter gear and donate it to charity before going home, cuz they don’t need it there. You could buy it at the trift store and then donate it back again.

items you’ll need:
blanket sleepers for the girls at night (footy kind are awesome!)
long underwear
pants & sweaters
coats
hats
gloves
snow boots

nice to have:
ski pants or ski bib (looks like overalls) - they are almost waterproof pants…like having a coat on your legs.

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January 7, 2008
7:12 pm

Elizabeth said:

tee hee.
My advice is to make sure that you have a comfortable and warm toque, scarf and mitts (mitts are warmer than gloves) to wear. I live in BC, where it gets mighty cold and when the temperature starts to drop I live in my scarf and toque. Other than those essentials.. warm shoes are a must. For the rest of your body.. layer up! Long underwear is a great investment!!

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January 7, 2008
7:20 pm

tammy b said:

color me green. i would love to snap a pic in january and have it look remotely like that one!

that said, yes, it was/is coldish here right now. i live in seattle (well, 20 min north in edmonds) and i have one word for you: layers.
okay, maybe 2 more: polar. fleece.

layers help trap warmth, and are easily removable when you get too warm - hey, it happens ;). for instance, you might start w/ a l/s tee, then a s/s tee over that, then a button up shirt, then a sweater or even better, some sort of fleece. easy, light layers. on the bottom, i would go for silk long johns, much lighter (less bunchy) than thermals, and very warm. for feet: wool or even fleece socks and good, warm shoes or boots (for snow). in actuallity, i often just wear my crocs (the solid ones not the ones with holes) and they really do a good job of insulating. if it’s super cold, then i add socks. true that. good luck. maybe if you just bask in the warmth and sunlight you can store it up, kinda like a bear getting ready to hibernate does with food….bank it for when you need it later ;)

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January 7, 2008
8:43 pm

Mommy the Maid said:

One word. Layers. Layer everything depending on how cold it will be. Two pairs of socks, one cotton and wool over them, tight gloves and then mittens, t-shirt, long sleeve shirt, sweatshirt, and coat.

It’s a lot of clothing to bring, but then you are prepared for everything.

Oh and long johns are great for nightime under jammies. Or even daytime under pants in the rain or snow. If you are going to be in the snow, don’t wear jeans. Wear sweat pants or something else that dries quikcly and put your thermals under that.

Living in Colroado my whole life where we can have the sun shining while it is snowing (I have seen it) has taught me lots of tricks.

Have fun!

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January 7, 2008
9:03 pm

Not the Queen said:

Fleece socks are nice. Fleece vests. Fleece jackets. Anything fleece.

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January 7, 2008
9:35 pm

Marie said:

Well, I grew up in SoCal, so I never saw snow until I moved here to NM. My parents just moved here, and from watching them, I can tell you the most important thing is to get really good socks for everyone. Silk leggings under pants are also very helpful.

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January 7, 2008
11:39 pm

BeachMama said:

Layers, layers, layers. That is the best way to dress for cold weather. That way if you are layered up you won’t get cold and if you start to warm up, start taking your layers off. And long sleeves as your base is essential to the warmth, your first layer is the one that keeps the heat in.

And don’t forget the mitts!

BeachMama’s last blog post..Welcome to the new Beach

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January 8, 2008
12:17 am

maria said:

my advice? STAY IN HAWAII…lol. Just pack some sweatshirts for inside, and splurge on warm outerwear. At least alot of it is on clearance now. My kids use their cold weather under armour for snowmobiling and what not. They say it’s warmer than long underwear.

A friend of mine lives on Big Island, whenever he ventures into the snow he swears by warm socks. Warm feet = warm all over I guess.

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January 8, 2008
12:48 am

Lissete said:

I’m not much help. I just wanted to say that I feel your pain! We’re in the low 80’s heere too. Last week we had a one day cold burst (down to the 30’s) and I did not leave my house at all! I dress in layers until I look like a weeble-o

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January 8, 2008
1:00 am

Karen MEG said:

We just came back from Mt. Tremblant, Quebec, after 4 days of skiing. And even though I am thoroughly Canadian, it was FRIGID there for a couple of days. -22 Deg. C. Shivering, just thinking about it.
For us, like Beachmama suggested, layers do the trick. We dressed Liam in a cosy thermal set that he wore everyday under his ski jacket and snow pants. Little G wore her fleece pant suit (jacket and pants) under her puffy jacket and snowpants and was very comfy cozy.
Turlenecks, sweaters, don’t forget the T’s to wear under. Thick socks, long underwear. Good ski gloves, HATS (don’t worry about hathead, everyone has it).
Fleece is one of the best inventions for cold weather.
have fun on your trip!

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January 8, 2008
2:54 am

JENNYV said:

Keep your head and your extremities warm and the rest will follow… hat, gloves or mittens, and warm socks that are not too tight. Dress in lots of layers, especially if you will be active.

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January 8, 2008
3:36 am

donetta said:

Hay Girl! How are you?
When we went to Russia sub-zero. We left Arizona in the mid 60″s it was a shock!
sub-zero boots are wonderful the ones that are rubberized as to no seams where water gets in. Fur lines so there is no breaking in of the boot.
Pocket warmers helped.
Airborn for immunity boost
Sun glasses are a must for the kids too.
Fleece pants were wonderful, a comfortable slack and very warm.
Sierra trading Post has 75 % off items right now. They are used by hunters. Good cold weather gear.
Eye moisture drops.
silk socks were priceless!
neck warmers a tube like thing that is a muffler.
When we went to get Dash in December we learned the importance of taking your coat off when indoors do not get sweaty it freezes on your clothing when you go back outside. Breathing through the muffler is important so as not to take in icy air it is hard on you lungs especially when you are not used to it.
You are going to have a wonderful time. When your equipt it is an adventure.

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January 8, 2008
3:52 am

Kila said:

You don’t have to tell me what it’s like in Hawaii–I think about it every day!

Dress in layers, and not in cotton. Cotton will get sweaty and wet. Or wet from the snow.

Oh, and everything will get soaking wet from the snow (gloves, boots, etc.–nothing is really waterproof), and then they’ll take forever to dry, so you’ll need extra of everything.

Kila’s last blog post..Fun Monday for Jan 7th

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January 8, 2008
3:53 am

Sher :) said:

Layers!! And make sure you get some really good socks, gloves and hats. When purchasing, make sure they are for COLD weather and not just for looks. :) You’ll have a great time.

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January 8, 2008
6:18 am

Pamela said:

don’t have time to read everyone else’s advise.
But I was going to say you should get yourself acclimated by standing in front of the fridge naked for a few weeks

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January 8, 2008
3:56 pm

Naomi said:

Definitely layers! If the girls have rashguards, they work well as a thermal insulated layer. Boots would be a good idea. Maybe the Crocs kind so they girls could still use them in rain, too? I wouldn’t invest in any serious winter gear if it’s just for a week’s trip, especially for the kids since they will outgrow it by the next time you go somewhere cold. I know you can rent a lot of stuff at most ski resorts, maybe you can check online if you can rent boots and waterproof mittens? Or check consignment stores and Ebay for good deals since that will be late in the winter season for a lot of the mainland. It will be just starting to warm up here by then.

I would definitely get a pair of Uggs for yourself, though!

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January 8, 2008
4:00 pm

Naomi said:

Oh, don’t forget lots of lip balm and moisturizer, too. Cold is VERY drying.

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January 8, 2008
6:03 pm

alistaircw said:

Check out this link to Away.com’s family blog, where you’ll find info about great places to ski plus a new article about family ski trips including the best gear for 2007-08: http://blogs.away.com/2007/12/we-sing-the-slo.html. Hope this helps!

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January 8, 2008
6:04 pm

alistaircw said:

http://blogs.away.com/2007/12/we-sing-the-slo.html

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January 8, 2008
9:31 pm

Holly Schwendiman said:

Um…does staying home work? LOL Cold is just plain cold no matter what. You may want to try some thermal pjs to wear under your clothes. I found if I kept my nose and ears covered it helped me stay less cold for longer. It sounds like a fun trip!

Hugs,
Holly

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January 9, 2008
1:29 am

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Michelle in Mx said:

long johns, ear covers, and snow pants for the kids. Yup that about covers it.

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RachelLeRoy said:

They recommend what is really called Cuddl Duds Climatesmart because the microfiber with Coolmax fabric traps body heat to insulate from cold. If you do a search on Intimateguide.com for Cuddl Duds (no e on cuddl) then you can see who sells it cheapest online.

I agree with the heavy socks, lip balm and good hat. Hat that covers your ears! Make sure the kids have covered ears because of infections. And you’ll still need your sunglasses because the light bounces off the snow and makes it brighter.

Search for Wigwam Husky Crew Sock for the heavy wool socks.

We went north in Dec. for 2 weeks and the kids played in only 1 inch of snow just so they could touch it.

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Whimspiration said:

Dress in this fashion in extreme cold; Undergarments, pantyhose (on both top and bottoms, cutting out the crotch and toes allow for wearing as a shirt, the groin hole is where the head is placed), nylon/spandex head coverings (like those found in the ethnic section of the hair section of the local big box store), thermal underwear, thin over clothes like turtleneck sweaters and slacks, then sweaters and sweat pants, and thin (dress) gloves, covered finally by thermal (folding, behind the head-worn) earmuffs, warm hats, water resistant coats, water resistant thermal gloves, and snow suits. In high winds or skiing conditions, add ski goggles and a neoprene facial mask.

If all this isn’t enough, get some hand warmer things and put one pair in your shoes/boots, one pair between the glove layers, and one pair in your innermost pants pockets to help preserve both core and extremity temperatures.

If you plan to go the chapstick-as-facial-protection route, grab yourself some Eucerin original lotion for any other exposed skin. It’s thick, but it is exactly what your skin needs for the weather.

I wrote this once already, and it sounded much nicer the first time, but Wordpress ate my comment. It’s not as pretty this time, but all the info is still there.

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Kailani said:

Sorry this is coming to you so late! Being hapa (you know what that means) and living in Seattle for many years this is what you will need for your little wahines:

Under Armour - I play soccer outdoors in Seattle all year round and any one who knows me knows, if I don’t have my under armour I’m not going outside. Best think ever! And, you should try their summer gear!

If you are going to take your girls in the snow, put plastic shopping bags under their socks. Trust me, if their feet get wet AND cold, they are toast.

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April 24, 2008
3:08 pm

Layla said:

I love leggings. I’m so glad they’re starting to come in to style. It gives me an excuse to wear a skirt in the winter.

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August 24, 2008
5:31 pm

Tahoe Ski Bum said:

Yeah, just wear layers and take lots of breaks for hot chocolate. California ski resorts aren’t as bad as some places though. You’ll be fine. Lake Taho ski resorts are beautiful and there are plenty of lodges to warm up in!

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November 8, 2008
12:36 pm

Jessica said:

Go out and get yourself some Uggs. They are the best thing for cold weather, they can keep your feet warm in -30 degree weather! If the real Uggs aren’t in your budget, just look around from some knock offs, they are almost just as good!

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