Whether you’re reading this in September, December, March or July – there’s always a good chance of rain here in the UK 🌧️☔⛈️
Which means you’re best off kitting your little one with a suitable umbrella, just in case the clouds roll in, and you need to keep them dry.
Here’s our pick of 10 excellent starter brollies for your child…
1. Brollies Galore Hopping Frogs Umbrella
It’s raining frogs! But your little one won’t need to hide from the storm with this fab PVC dome umbrella.
What it costs: £11.95, from Brollies Galore
2. Cath Kidston Trucks & Diggers Umbrella
Adventurous girls and boys will love this construction-themed brolly (mum will love the trendy print, too).
What it costs: £15, from Cath Kidston
3. Sports Direct Frozen Umbrella
If your child is still crazy about Frozen, why not get a brolly staring Anna and Elsa?
What it costs: £4.99, from Sports Direct
4. Hatley Children’s Fire Truck Print Umbrella
Colourful and it keeps ’em dry? A worthy investment!
What it costs: £13, from John Lewis
5. Children’s Colour Changing Umbrella, Various
This Peppa Pig umbrella is genius – changing colours when it’s wet. Your child not a Peppa fan? No worries, there are plenty of other designs to choose from.
What it costs: £15, from Squid London
6. Thomas the Tank Engine umbrella, £6.99
Thomas the Tank Engine is the star of this bright blue and yellow umbrella. Choo choo.
What it costs: £6.99, from ToysRUs
7. My 1st Years Children’s Personalised Rose Umbrella
You’ll find it tricky to lose this brolly – it’s bright floral pattern and your child’s name in big lettering makes it hard to miss!
What it costs: £15, from My 1st Years
8. Skip Hop Zoo Umbrella
Skip Hop’s gorgeous Zoo range doesn’t just include lunchboxes and backpacks – it also includes brollies. We love this bright Bee version, and the blue owl.
What it costs: £15, from Kidly
9. Paw Patrol Umbrella
No words needed! How cute is this?
What it costs: £6, from Peacocks
10. Finding Dory Bubble Umbrella
Cheap, cheerful, and fits the theme of being underwater… that’s for sure!
What it costs: £4, from The Works