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With all of this extreme weather we're experiencing lately did you notice any correlation with what the temperatures were like when your baby was born and the weather they thrive the most in later in life?
For example my friend's daughter was born in the middle of one of the hottest summers as of late... and is a total summer/beach baby! Her son, born in November doesn't do well with warm Temps, but never complains in the cold.
At this rate I'm just praying all the snow is long gone by the time baby arrives at the end of May!
Lol, I'm curious about this too! Cam was a summer baby of one of the hottest summers in the last 50 years or so (was breaking records from I believe it was 1955 mostly last year), so we'll see if he does better in warm temps...does not bode well for a Canadian baby
DD1 was born in January during the biggest snowstorm that year, she hates winter and being cold.
DD2 was born on a cool rainy day in the spring and does not like to be wet at all, as in didn't even like baths or pools for the first 3 years of her life and still refuses to shower because she doesn't like water touching her face.
DS, we'll have to see as his personality develops. He was born on a sunny hot July day.
My DD#1 was born in early September, and DS was born in late January. Neither of them love the cold (but don't really complain about it either), they definitely prefer summer. DD#2 and DD#3 are too little to tell yet.