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    Yes she stopped being fussy! And I think it was just because my parents were giving her a hard time for not ďmakingĒ him put a jacket on her but Iím not sure. Idk if I should ask?.. and okay thanks! It was warm in the house

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    4C doesnít demand a coat for 5 mins. She was fine.

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    My niece was fine when she came back inside and it was kind of awkward but they all moved on from it (Except me lol which is why Iím on here) and Okay thank you

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    Being outside for 5 minutes in the cold is not a massive deal, imo. Also, depends on what exactly she was wearing. If she only had a t-shirt, diaper/nappy and no socks etc well yes, that is a huge issue, but I can't imagine she was dressed like that. What was she wearing?

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    Here in Canada at 4 C some people here are still wearing shorts and flip-flops . Lol

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    She was in a onesie with pants on and socks on

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    Originally Posted by jaqueline24
    She was in a onesie with pants on and socks on
    oh, she'll be fine!

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    Originally Posted by jaqueline24
    She was in a onesie with pants on and socks on
    She was ok. Just keep the house a nice even temperature . 69/70. People wonít get overheated .

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    Originally Posted by jaqueline24
    I feel like if your wife suggests something you should do it.. or am I wrong?
    Oh man, that's a good one.

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    Originally Posted by j.man
    Oh man, that's a good one.
    I agree. Men are very competent caregivers.

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