Sum­mer has already begun. Across the coun­try, chil­dren went on vaca­tion, the sea­sons of vaca­tions, trips to the coun­try­side and bar­be­cue began. The weath­er out­side pleas­es, new­borns no longer need to be wrapped up, and old­er chil­dren are hap­py to dis­ap­pear on the street them­selves. Psy­chol­o­gists con­firm the ben­e­fits of dai­ly walks, but when is the best time to go out­side with a child?

Why is it good to walk?

We have all heard that walk­ing is good. Let us recall a lit­tle why it is so impor­tant for chil­dren to be on the street every day.

  • Health. Walk­ing will help strength­en the immu­ni­ty and vision of the baby. And active games will be a good work­out.
  • Vit­a­min D. The sun is the main sup­pli­er of vit­a­min D, which is espe­cial­ly impor­tant for the devel­op­ment of babies of any age.
  • New expe­ri­ence. Walk­ing on the street, the child encoun­ters new objects every day, acquir­ing a unique expe­ri­ence. You can’t get it if you stay at home.
  • Mood. This is where sero­tonin or the “hor­mone of hap­pi­ness” will help us. And a nice bonus will be new expe­ri­ences every day.

The best hours for walking?

The weath­er in sum­mer allows you to walk with your child all day. But there is a nuance. Dur­ing active play in the sum­mer, the child may over­heat. To pre­vent this from hap­pen­ing, we advise you to walk in the morn­ing before 11 am and in the evening after 4 pm. If the sun is “soft­er” and the tem­per­a­ture is low­er, both the baby and the moth­er will be com­fort­able. The baby’s clothes should also be weath­er-appro­pri­ate, prefer­ably made from light and nat­ur­al mate­ri­als.

What will mom wear?

Sum­mer is the time for T‑shirts, shorts and open shoes. Nat­ur­al mate­ri­als and basic col­ors are well suit­ed for walk­ing with a baby. This sum­mer Wish Woman pre­pared a col­lec­tion of cot­ton t‑shirts over­sized for every day in 4 col­ors: white, black, kha­ki and beige. There are sizes from 40 to 54. T‑shirts do not deform dur­ing wash­ing and wear­ing, which will save mom’s time for long sum­mer walks with the baby.