Getting the Right Little Hood Size for your toddler by measuring the circumference of their head
Little Hood protective baby headgear consists of a total of 8 protective straps, with 4 pairs at different strap lengths to give babies the right fit, coverage and comfort upon wearing, thereby reducing the chances of getting accidental bumps on their heads while they are growing.
The correct way to measure your baby’s head is by using a measuring tape; go around the forehead to the nape of the baby’s head as shown, upon measuring, you will then get the correct size for your baby.
Step 1: Measure the circumference of your baby’s head as shown in the diagram on the top.
Step 2: Using the measurement of the head circumference, choose the size of Little Hood protective headgear for your baby as follows:
Little Hood cushion hat is to be worn with the longest strap in front of the forehead.
|6 to 9 months
|9 to 12 months
|12 to 18 months
|18 to 24 months
|24 to 30 months
|30 to 36 months
Step 3: Order your very own Little Hood Protective Baby Headgear!
and give your baby the ultimate head protection while they are growing. Now you no longer have to sit by their side 24 hours a day without blinking your eyes and worry whether they will bump onto their head while they are in the cot, at the playground or even playmat.
Please be informed that Little Hood Protective Baby Headgear has to be worn with the longest strap on the front of your baby’s forehead, and that’s why you measured the circumference of their head to get the right fit! Go on, fit it on your baby to give them the ultimate protection!
However, if you are hesitant to get Little Hood with the concern that toddlers will be reluctant to wear. More often than not, they take it off each time you put it on them. Do keep in mind that when kids are young, they don’t protest anything. It’s proven as I have managed to keep the protective hats on my kid because she wore it since she were 7 months old. When kids are young, they don’t protest to anything. Trust me, my kids wore it till they were 3 years old.
So if you believe that little heads should be protected, choose to wear one for them.
If you thinks that Little Hood looks matured upon wearing, good news is that we have a lot of cute and sweet accessories for you to add on, giving your baby a cute babyish look, do check out our accessories webpage here.
Do note that baby’s head do increase by 1cm every 3 months within the first year, remember to get the replacement strap that’s longer for your baby, so that they can fit in the protective headgear. Find out more from “Increasing the size of Little Hood”.