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Nah he could careless. It's nice to because we don't run the AC in the car or house constantly.
If anything she has just come a custom to it.
He won't leave his room in the morning until the a/c is on. Then he goes in my room and turns on mine. He asks to go outside and then stands on the deck for 30 second before yelling "Bleh! Hot!" and going back in.
He has spent the entire last week saying "Hot!" or "Not hot!" about every room we walk into. And every piece of food I give him.
DD is not a fan. She'll tell me it's "too hot" and she hates the sun in her eyes too so I get told "It's bite out, where my glakes?" so we have to have her shades on hand at all times.
She will hang out for a little but then she's sweating and it's back inside we go.
I don't now where she gets her little attitude from, but she's downright bossy about it most of the time. You know how it is, you walk outside, put the kid in, start the car, turn the air on. Well, I can't even get one arm through the car seat strap before she's demanding the air to be turned on. I'm the one standing there starting to sweat. The last few mornings I have seen the sweat start on my hairline before I'm done getting her into the car.
Monsieur_et_Madame_Ha:I can't see the end of your post title, but I can tell you this: my kids are completely unphased by the crazy heat. They ask me to go play outside when it's 110 degrees, and when I tell them it's too hot, they look at me like I have 3 heads.
Sorry, I'm not as considerate as you are for mobile bumpers!
OMG yes. She begs to go outside and then she just wilts. We start out for a walk, and she gets about 3-4 houses away before she wants to be carried. And she whines inconsolably when I put her in the hot car seat.
DH took her out for a while the other day, and when they came home she was saying, "Bleh bleeehhhh bleeh!" I had no idea what was so yucky until DH told me that is how she refers to the heat.