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Tropical Storm Danielle Meets Toddler Rain Gear

It’s raining and pouring here in Jersey and in case you haven’t heard, Tropical Storm Danielle is strengthening in the open Atlantic. Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center in Miami said Sunday that Danielle had maximum sustained winds of 50 mph and the storm could become a hurricane by late Tuesday. Eeeps. This got me swooning over toddler rain gear. Check out my finds after the jump!

Western Chief Dino Raincoat, $37, westernchief.com

The moisture-absorbent liner keeps your toddler dry, warm and comfortable, while the water-proof outershell encourages puddle-hopping! The hood is adorable with pop out eyes and teeth! One word: ROAR!

Tretorn, $40.50, Zappos.com

These boots are 100 percent waterproof and 200 percent cool with their all-over hot air balloon graphics. Microfleece lining make these boots a great pick for rain or snow because they promise to keep your tot’s toes toasty! The pull tab at the heel encourages self-dressing in toddlers and kids.

Kids Sky Umbrella, $16, Momastore.org

This nylon sky umbrella has a cheerful cloud print and the MoMA logo printed on its Velcro strap. It features plastic safety tips and a special kid-friendly safety frame.

Photos via amazon.com, zappos.com and momastore.com

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