If you have a newborn child, it is important that you keep them warm in the winter. This means putting in a little extra work to make sure that your home is ready for the cold of winter. Thankfully, this video has a boatload of tips that are sure to help you in this heating endeavor.
The main issue is not necessarily the cold air, but how much warm air is escaping. This is why it is important to check the windows of your newborn’s room for leaking air.
If you feel cold air coming through, you will need to seal the window. You can use silicon along the edges to create this seal which should keep the warm air in and the cold air out. Avoid using caulk for this project because it will crack over time as it expands and contracts due to temperature changes.
Additionally, you could place a plastic sheet over the window if it is a single pane window. This will help provide a little extra of a barrier. It is also helpful to keep the windows locked in the winter. This is because it helps seal the windows better.