Join Date: Dec 2002
Location: Seattle, WA (Ish River bioregion)
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The dust is settling from our move and we are all adjusting well to life in a new (small) city (Ellensburg, WA), and a new climate - high desert/shrub/steppe with cool crisp evenings and mornings in the 40s are already here.
So our little one is learning to crawl and since we practice Elimination Communication, often she is roaming diaperless on the living room floor - part of it is a rug covered with a liner, the rest is bare wood floor.
My dw seems a little concerned that dd's needs to be covered head to toe in layers of clothing so she won't be cold. My sense is that as long as her core (from waist up to her neck) is clothed, her little furnace will churn out plenty of heat to keep her warm.
I also base my intuition on dd's behavior, as long as she is cruising around, sappearing comfortable, then probably she is doing just fine.
Any thoughts on this?