It may only be 28 degrees right now, but the temperature will drop steadily all day today, According to my source, the iPhone weather app, it could get down to 2 degrees late tonight. The high for tomorrow, Friday, is only 17!
Yes, I am loving it! For those of you who have been listening to my allergy cough at Musical Story Time Jam, I am excited to announce that the cloud is lifting. I can sing and I am not coughing! Thank you, Queen Elsa!
This article from the American Academy of Pediatrics provides lots of tips and information about staying warm on cold, wintry days. Find information about what your child should wear in the car and while sleeping. Remember that blankets, quilts, pillows, bumpers, sheepskins and other loose bedding should be kept out of an infant's sleeping enviroment because they are associated with suffocation deaths and may contribute to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). It is better to use sleep clothing like one-piece sleepers or wearable blankets is preferred. The article also gives information about hypothermia, frostbite, and winter health.
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Lisa Cheney, CFCE Coordinator, Hamilton-Wenham RSD.