An unhappy baby, well, they're quick to let you know that they're very displeased, especially when they're uncomfortable and cold. So stay proactive and keep your little tadpole warm with a little help from the Patagonia Infant Girls' Down Sweater. Much like the adult version, the Infant Down Sweater features a durable polyester exterior, complete with DWR treatment, for defense against wind and light moisture. Meanwhile, the 600-fill down insulation provides lofted warmth, and it's a part of Patagonia's Traceable Down initiative, meaning the insulation is never gleaned from animals that have been live-plucked or force fed. So you and your little one can feel good about, well, feeling good.
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