I always cover my baby boy with some sort of blanket before we go out to avoid exposure to the wind causing air to get on his tummy.
Can anyone share their opinion of when it is ok to take a baby outside without having to worry about air getting on their tummies and upsetting them?
As long as he's not chilly, I think the fresh air is good from the very beginning. :)
I agree with Jen. Fresh air does a lot of good for everybody! As long as he doesn't get cold, he should be fine. It might even help him fall asleep. You might want to put a little hat on his head too, depending on where you live.
As long as he is nice and warm, fresh air is great all the time! I'm not sure if the rules differ if you live IN a city, with lots of smog etc. My 2 year old was born in August, and I would just put a hat on her head to keep the wind out of her ears, but I had her outside from the very beginning! (In the shade of course, since it was hot and sunny)
In Texas the weather is great. I would say as long as it's not real dusty wind, let him enjoy it. I'm on the opposite corner of Texas and I only covered my lo when it rained, dusty wind, or if the pollen was really bad. (She was born in Feb) Just make sure there isn't anything that he can breathe in that is bad. If it's one of those cold day or nights be sure to use a hat and depending on age, the little mittens and socks. Usually the only way air will get on his tummy is if he swallows it when eating. That would be a totally different subject.