A one-piece snowsuit is good for ensuring that no snow and wind come up underneath a jacket that is separate from the pants, which is always a recipe for chilling your child, and possibly even getting wet.
Don't forget too that your toddler will probably only wear his snowsuit for one season, making the cost of one of the higher quality brands (between $75 to $200) a considerable expense.
For different activities, and for different families, one or the other type of snowsuit is ideal, but both types of toddler snowsuits get rave reviews from parents.
A one-piece snowsuit resembles a baby bunting in the sense that it has a body, with two arms and two legs attached to it.
Falling - Falling in the snow can hurt tremendously even when you're bundled up in your winter snowsuit.