As a Scout mom I have learned to pick my battles when it comes to protecting my older son outside. When he was younger at camping events I would spend half the time asking him to zip his jacket, pull his hood up, wear his hat correctly, put his gloves back on, and so on and so forth. Now that he is older it is to the point that if he has his shoes and jacket on I was like, eh, he will be fine. Now that I have two little ones though the battle has started over. I want to protect them from the rainy nasty winter weather in Alabama especially since we are outside a lot for my older son’s activities. The innovative hat design of Dots on Tots features flaps that serve to protect infants and toddlers from cold weather, wind, and ear, nose and throat infections. All hats are 100% organic, eco-friendly and made in the USA.
They also offer special ear protection hats that feature an added benefit of 50% noise-reduction ear inserts, shielding infants and toddlers’ delicate ears from loud sounds. The owner of Dots on Tots is a is a mother of two. Olivia Entin, holds a Master’s Degree in fashion design and technology and she knows the importance of natural and comfortable clothing for babies. Newborn skin is often very sensitive and it is important to choose the right clothing to avoid an allergic reaction. The hats are absolutely seamless for extra comfort, double layered, and feature adjustable soft Velcro closure on the flaps
Moriah did not mind her hat being strapped over her ears but she did find the chin strap delicious. At 8 months old anything that comes near her mouth is edible. I love how nice the fabric feels and I don have to worry about harsh chemicals being in the fabric for infant with extremely sensitive skin.
I don’t know about you but I have done my time with ER visits for nasty ear infections every winter not to mention all of those lovely doc visits. So I am glad to have something to protect my little one’s ears. The hats are delivered in cute eco-friendly packaging and are the perfect gift for anyone with children this holiday season.