Pregnant and hot!Yeah, I totally relate to the being too hot, especially at night. I'm always too hot, anyway, pregnant or no, but pregnant, it's much worse, all day. I was the same way with my first pregnancy, too. I have no a/c, but like to keep the window open and a fan going. We do live in Alaska, and we've had a cold summer, yet still..... it's too not, yes 54 to 60 degrees has me sweating, especially on humid days. Husband hates it because he doesn't have an internal baby furnace burning inside of him, and he gets really cold at night, so I tell him, you can at least put an extra blanket over your side of the bed, I can't get any more naked than this!
Oh, and daughter Abigail, who prefers sleeping between us, is a little combustion engine herself, she's is so hot when she sleeps, which doesn't help me at all since she has to wrap herself up all around me at night.