Bogs are a rancher gals best friend in the snow and mud. This isn't the same pattern I have but, I thought these were pretty cute. You can get short or tall, whatever your preference. I've found the taller ones are great for strolling through the snow. They're a little on the spendy side, but they're super comfy and waterproof and worth the buy. You can find them on websites like Amazon, Zappos, Shoebuy or Cabella's, and you could even check your local western store.
Whats this you're wondering? When our daughter was just starting solid foods, we made the choice to make the majority of her food. Her favorite vegetable is a sweet potato/yam so I cook a couple at 375* for 50-60 minutes, let them cool a little, then cut them up in chunks and toss them in the blender with a little water and a couple tablespoons of butter. Then I put them in these Baby Cubes and they're good in the freezer up to 6 months. You can use these with any pureed vegetable and they're also great for storing extra breast milk.
This is our daughter Hazel with one of her orange kitties that her great grandpa brought out to the ranch.