I can’t believe that more babies don’t enjoy a/cs. My spouse and I undoubtedly both adore our a/c, and I just can’t exactly understand how a love for the cooling relief of an a/c won’t be passed down genetically. Now then, I have obviously acquired that not all youngsters are the same, and most babies care about the 70-through-73 degrees range for the thermostat. However, most parents will play it safely and turn their furnace higher whenever they are in doubt. Since babies are little and very vulnerable, almost everyone know that they are too cold, and they refuse to turn on the a/c. However, I remained pretty convinced that my child would love the a/c. I have heard of youngsters that do well in far colder temperatures, so when I got home, I adjusted the thermostat of my beach house to sixty degrees. This isn’t the coldest that my a/c can get, however I figured that I would see how my beautiful baby reacted to this temperature before I adjusted the thermostat to make it even colder. However, my baby immediately began shivering and crying. I tried darn near everything that I could to make the baby stop crying. When I adjusted the thermostat to eighty degrees, I heard the a/c shut off, and the air began to get warmer. Almost instantaneously, the baby stopped his crying. I guess that I am going to have to turn off the a/c until our child gets a little older. I knew that being a paren would be difficult, however I had no plan that it would mean that I couldn’t use my a/c anymore.