I don’t understand the new baby’s indoor temperature preferences

Do you ever just look at members of your family and wonder if you were absolutely adopted? I believe that I had this thought for most of my entire life, and it did not help that I look absolutely nothing like anybody else in our family.

I absolutely am the bastard child of the ginger milkman, if you suppose what I am saying…

Now as an adult I sometimes look at our own child and wonder the exact same thing. I suppose that this tiny being came out of my body… but sometimes I am reluctant to know that they were not switched with the wrong baby at birth; The two of us just have nothing in common. This extends all the way down to our temperature control preferences. When our child first came home and she always screamed when the heating method kicked into gear. If the forced air oil furnace was operating, she was crying her lungs out. It did not matter if she was somewhere near an air vent or the high quality indoor air was passing over her body… Either way, she was so aggravated that all of us were using the heating method inside of our house… As soon as all of us walked out doors into the freezing winter air, she would instantly calm down and smile! Personally, I cannot begin to comprehend this weird air temperature preference. I could not feel more differently about our ideal temperature control range. In fact, if it was possible to run the heating method at all the times I would be perfectly content; but meanwhile, all of us had to reduce our indoor air temperature by 10° just so all of us can get some peace and quiet with the baby in the house. This simply has to be the wrong kid.

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