Dizzy’s top tips for keeping warm

Me and Dizzy have been feeling a little chilly this week, so we’ve made a list of the best way we have found for keeping warm! 🙂

  1. Wear socks!

dizzythedonkey bed

I told Dizzy to try wearing socks at night as she said her little feet were getting cold. She seems to love wearing them all the time now! 🙂

dizzythedonkey socks

2. Using heat pads and hot water bottles.

dizzythedonkey hotwaterbottle

This is the one time Dizzy has taken her little socks off this week as she said her feet were getting too warm! 🙂

3. Wearing lots of layers and wrapping up well when you go out.

dizzythedonkey coat

Can hardly see Dizzy in all her layers!

4. Move around (if you are able to).

dizzythedonkey playing

I told Dizzy that moving around helps you keep warm. I should have known getting Bob to help out wouldn’t be of much use. Their moving around is involving slowly pushing this little ball to one another…

5. Find warm places…

dizzythedonkey fire

Such as the fire to sit by….

dizzythedonkey radiator

Or the radiator…

dizzythedonkey airing cupboard

Even found Dizzy in the airing cupboard this morning!

6. Hot drinks and hot food.

dizzythedonkey baking

Dizzy’s convinced she can just grill her ginger nut biscuits….

7. And if it’s still too cold just stay in bed. 🙂

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We hope you like our tips and are all managing to keep warm this winter. What are your top tips for keeping warm in the cold weather? xxx

47 thoughts on “Dizzy’s top tips for keeping warm

  1. Felicia Denise says:

    I have the coldest feet on the planet–even in the summer, my feet are ice cold… and I hate socks! 😄😄😄

    My family is ALWAYS buying me socks that sit in the dresser drawer. But my daughter sent me some comfy mule slippers for Christmas and surprise – no cold feet! LOL!

    But socks…no…just no. 😀😏😀

    *Waves to Dizzy 👋*

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  2. Positively Alyssa says:

    This was great advice!! Dizzy can always make me smile!! Way too cute wearing socks and sitting on the heating pad!
    It was so cold all last week now it is going to be 60 on Friday. Going from extreme cold to warm weather and back to cold again is SO frustrating!
    I can not wait to see Dizzy next fantastic photo shoot!!!

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  3. caren gittleman says:

    We just came out of a 12 day deep freeze here in Michigan, omg it was unreal! Today it feels “tropical” it’s in the 30s lol……we will hit 50s on Thursday and then back down to the teens this weekend with a snowstorm on the horizon! We have been keeping warm with lots and lots of chicken soup (homemade of course!) Great tips Dizzy!

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  4. anne leueen says:

    I think that the one garment that is often overlooked is a hat . In cold weather apparently a huge amount of body heat escapes out of our heads. So something that fits over the head and covers the ears is good. That and a scarf are my go to things in the cold. I also have thermal boots and a down jacket but for Canadians those are just normal things to have for winter.

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  5. watchingthedaisies says:

    I love reading Dizzy’s tips. I am wearing my thick pink fluffy socks at the moment. My sister gave them to me at Christmas and my toes are so cozy. If my feet are warm the rest of me usually stays warm xx I wonder if there is room for me in the airing cupboard…

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    • dinosaursdonkeysandms says:

      I’m the same with my feet. I love the sound of your pink fluffy socks! Me and Dizzy have penguin slipper socks that always keep our little feet warm. 🙂 xx You’ll have to ask Dizzy if she will let you have some space in the airing cupboard. 🙂 🙂 xxx

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