Sam Faiers praised by fans for putting baby Rosie outside to sleep in the snow

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  • Sam Faiers has been praised for not letting the snow stop her getting out and about with her kids.

    The mum-of-two took to Instagram yesterday to share an adorable picture of her youngest child sleeping in the garden, while wrapped up in her pram.

    ‘The snow isn’t that thick in Hertfordshire, but the sun & that fresh feel in the air is the best ⛄️ wish I was Rosie right now πŸ™Š #wrappedup #snow #snoozing #fresh,’ she posted from her account.

    In the photo that accompanies Sam’s words, the former TOWIE star’s daughter Rosie can be seen sleeping peacefully.

    Keen to protect her little girl from the cold air, Sam dressed the tot in a very cosy ensemble.

    As well as having a snug-looking blanket tucked around her tiny body, Rosie wears a knitted white hat and a white hooded suit complete with cute bear ears.

    Upon seeing Sam’s post, a number of her fans praised the reality TV star’s decision to take Rosie outside.

    ‘I used to put my son outside to sleep in the winter in his pram and a hit water bottle. Fresh air is so good for them,’ said one admirer.

    Another added: ‘Absolutely love this I always had my two outside all weathers in there big pram. They are 35 and 32 now!’

    A third individual who follows the 27-year-old on the social networking site sweetly informed Sam that allowing little ones to sleep outside is a popular parenting practice in Scandinavia.

    They quipped: ‘I live in Denmark and this is how our babies take their naps…outside in the fresh air, they sleep so well! β„οΈπŸ˜.’

    However, not everyone praised the mum for putting Rosie outside, with one user commenting: ‘I know in the old days people left babies outside in the pram to sleep but not when it’s minus 4!!’

    Sam – who gave birth to Rosie in November last year – also shares a two-year-old son with her partner Paul Knightley.

    What do you think of putting babies outside to take a nap? Do you do it with your kids? Let us know in the comments!