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    I am 16 weeks and the fan is on! Lol it is way too hot!! How am I going to handle Christmas and January!!! Gah! Lol I am going to be boiling!!

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    I hear you. DS1 is a late December baby and I thought I was going to die from the heat and humidity.

    Find a friend with a pool and buy a slushie maker or ice shaver ....

    Good luck!

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    Lol the kids have a slip and slide hahaha but Unfortunatly I don't think that's a good idea for me hahaha
    Other then that I'm out, I think I've chips wil save me, oh and water ice blocks!!

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    My 2 babies are winters so this will all be new to me lol

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    Oh I feel for you. I carried my first over summer, he was born early February so I was heavily pregnant the entire summer, it was hell. Invest in some comfy swimmers and hit the pool/beach/southbank as much as you can. I was lucky enough that we lived in a complex at the time that had a pool and I was in there every.single.day.

    I'm due next month with #3 and I'm already over this heat, it's dry, humid, muggy disgusting summer weather already, bring on the rain! atleast to take away the dryness.


 

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