Whether the skies are cloudy or bright, we all need some fresh air. These picks for you and your kids make stormy weather no big deal.

By Jessica Hartshorn
March 09, 2021
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Joules Molly Welly patterned womens rain boots
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Molly Welly Boots

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The Joules Molly Welly boots come in 23 patterns bursting with personality (from bees and blossoms to ducks and dachshunds), so there’s bound to be one that playfully suits yours.

LifeProof FRE blue waterproof phone case
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LifeProof FRĒ Phone Case

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You won’t sweat the phone getting soaked with the waterproof, drop-proof LifeProof FRĒ phone case. It’s worth the investment anyway if your toddler tends to manhandle your device.

Everlane ReNew light blue womens anorak
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ReNew Anorak

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The ReNew Anorak’s fabric comes from recycled plastic bottles. In a downpour, it’s a water-beading, hooded lifesaver in a stylishly oversize fit.

MoMa Design Store Color Wheel Umbrella
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Color Wheel Umbrella

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The super-sturdy Color Wheel Umbrella provides a wide 45 inches of coverage—and it’s hard not to feel a little sunnier under that rainbow.

Crocs Kids Handle It yellow rain boots
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Kids’ Handle It Rain Boots

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Parents swear by Kids’ Handle It Rain Boots, made of one piece of lightweight, watertight material that’s easy for “I do it” little ones to pull on.

Holly and Beau Dinosaur Color Changing kids raincoat
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Color Changing Raincoat

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For your mini: The Color Changing Raincoat is better when wetter, with characters that become more vibrant in the rain.

This article originally appeared in Parents magazine's April 2021 issue as "Slay a Rainy Day." Want more from the magazine? Sign up for a monthly print subscription here

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