There is a foot+ of snow outside today and more is coming down.. Normally I'd suit up and spend 2+ hours digging my car out, shoveling walks, and making paths for the dogs etc. With a teething no-napping-much baby, not precisely possible for me to do.. It's more than likely I won't get that done or go anywhere. Bummer, huh?
I may suit up later and put the monitor in my pocket and hurry to get done what I can outside while he takes another "nap". lol
To the advice part in this. I'm going to put him in his snowsuit etc. and take him outside in this later. Not for FOREVER but just for a bit, but how long? ;) He's 9 months old. I know, seems obvious "watch for him to get cold" - maybe I'm silly for not knowing - but how do I tell if he's getting cold?
Maybe I should just set a time limit, 30 minutes? 20?
I'm really warm blooded, so the advice in my baby book to come in when I am starting to feel cold isn't sound.
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