rgrin Posted November 18, 2011 Share Posted November 18, 2011 Okay, essentially new to snow and need some help! I have one pair of snow bibs for each child that I got on consignment for $5 each. They worked fabulously in the south for playing outside in the occasional snow showers and cold weather days. But now, in central Washington, I need to... supplement! One pair each just ain't gonna cut it. ;) Younger DS goes to our church's preschool, and they sent a letter home stating that we should send our children to school in their snowpants. The school room can get kind of chilly, and they'll be able to use them on the playground as well. He's a skinny child, and I'm not sure I'm going to be able to find well-fitting pants, but would that be weird to have him walking around in a snow bib? Also, how many pairs would I need per child? Are snow pants/bibs the sort of thing that you hang to dry and wear again, or should I have enough that I can wash between each wear? I can't afford to waste money, but I don't want to keep my boys from playing in the snow for lack appropriate attire. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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