I would rather have the thermostat turned high so the baby doesn’t get cold, than be freezed out by the air conditioning
It sucks when I need to kneel in my own house, plus freeze, yet not be able to do anything about it. I’m not a chilly weather person, plus needing to kneel in a house that is 65 degrees is not fun. I only do it because my partner can’t stand the heat. She is nine months pregnant, plus whenever she gets rapidly changing temperatures above sixty-five, her feet swell plus she is in a lot of pain. She gave to stay in the dining room so I would not be disturbed, although I said no. I liked her company, or we would not be married. It’s the pregnancy part that I don’t like! Before she got pregnant, we spent most of our time outside. My friend and I did yard work together, plus appreciated going to the beach. Since she got pregnant, everything has changed. She had major complications with day sickness that lasted all afternoon long, during the first three months. Then she was having concerns with weight gain, or lack of it. Now, she is swelling up, plus the doctor is afraid it will hurt her heart or the baby. I kneel in the living room with a sweater on, while she relaxes with frostbite air conditioning. I hope things improve when the baby is born. I would rather have the thermostat turned high so the baby doesn’t get cold, than be freezed out by the air conditioning. I never thought I would hate the air conditioning, however it has happened. My partner tells me things will return to normal in a week or two, however I’m not so sure. There have been a lot of odd things happening since she got pregnant..