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I live in Oklahoma, last year it was over 100 the first week of the month. It was nice the second week. When the baby came my husband had put the kids to bed in their clothes and then tossed them in the car in the middle the night and it was COLD. That was the 13th.
When Beau was born on the 10th it was still pretty warm.
Alex my final answer is hot, cold or nice or just darn fickle.
September could be nice 70's or 90's depending on an "indian summer" or not.
my other 2 kids are born mid october. it was 60's when i delivered and the next week in the 70's and 80'sfall is my favorite....good time ot be outside and walking. I went walking every morning with my second until the beginning of december when I was too cold in just my winter coat.
I don't know where in TX you other ladies live, but here in Houston it's a ******* sauna until October.
I'm up in Dallas...but we moved here from Virginia so this is dry dry dry humidity wise in comparison to summers in DC..I've been to Houston in summer tho so I feel for you, you def have crazy humidity down there!
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