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5 Cozy Baby Blankets For Fall

5 Cozy Baby Blankets For Fall via BabbleI don’t know about you, but the chillier fall weather makes me want to do little else but stay home all day and snuggle Fern while underneath piles of cozy blankets with a warm beverage in hand. Can you tell I’ve thought a lot about this?

Well, I already have all the things necessary for this scenario: Baby? Check! Warm beverages? Check! Blankets? Well…technically this could be checked off, because I really do have a ton of blankets, but I could always use a few more. Plus, baby blankets are just SO cute!

Here are 5 adorable baby blankets that would be great for cozying up with your baby in this fall!

  • Thomas Paul Bunny Alpaca Blanket 1 of 5
    Thomas Paul Bunny Alpaca Blanket
    I'll admit that this is a pricey little blanket, but imagining wrapping up a little babe in fuzzy alpaca with a bunny on it kind of makes it seem like a justifiable purchase, don't you think?
    Blanket ($200.00) from Fawn & Forest
  • Bobo Choses Knitted Striped Cat Blanket 2 of 5
    Bobo Choses Knitted Striped Cat Blanket
    Red and white stripes + a knit blanket + a cat = a winning baby blanket combo if ever I saw one.
    Blanket (59,00 €) from Bobo Choses
  • Bobo Choses Triangle Blanket 3 of 5
    Bobo Choses Triangle Blanket
    This little blanket is a cozy fleece and I adore the simple geometric print!
    Blanket (59,00 €) from Bobo Choses
  • Organic Modern Sheep Baby Blanket 4 of 5
    Organic Modern Sheep Baby Blanket
    If only your baby knew how to count he could count the sheep on this blanket as he drifts off to sleep.
    Blanket ($59.00) from Sewn Natural on Etsy
  • Ferm Living Zig Zag Blanket 5 of 5
    Ferm Living Zig Zag Blanket
    A lovely, zig zag knit blanket in shades of blue.
    Blanket ($75.00) from Fawn & Forest

Lauren Hartmann is the founder of The Little Things We Do, a blog about life and adventures in Portland Oregon. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook, or catch up on all of her posts here on Babble.
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