I've never been pregnant. But I think Id enjoy a winter pregnancy. I think of all the times my mom and aunts have complained about hot flashes, and I think I would like the weather to be as cooling as possible. Also its just plain old hot as hell down here in Miami during the summer.
it would depend on the pregnancy. With my first I was SOOOO cold, and we lived in AZ where it was 90 degrees, and yet I was still cold. With this pregnancy I live in NY where it was still bellow 0 when I got pregnant, and was always TOOOOO hot, so I guess it just depends on the pregnancy!
Well I have had two summer pregnancies now (July baby and August baby) and they were both torturous at the end since I also live in North Texas and we typically have 100-degree summers. I have never had a winter pregnancy (altho I always seem to find out I am pregnant in the winter lol) but I think I would like it better.
However, I wouldn't want a winter baby, because I would be scared of flu season (it is always bad here) and RSV is more likely with a winter baby too. So I am pretty much damned either way. But I am done having babies now so I guess it doesn't matter anymore.
Since I've experienced both, my girls were both born in the summer and my son was born in the winter, I would choose winter for sure. Being big and pregnant in the sweltering heat and humidity is not fun!
well i guess u can say that i got pregnant during the summer but i'm going to have my baby next feb. so that means that i'm going to have my baby in the winter which i don't want to in the winter because i'm afraid of my baby getting sick or something... but hopefully it doesn't get that cold this winter..
I've been pregnant during both, and I definitely prefer winter! It feels like my body is ten degrees higher than normal anyway, and the summer heat is so brutal here on the east coast, it makes for a tough time when you're at the point in your pregnancy where your shoes are a memory. :o)
i got pregnant in the summer so most of my pregnancy was experienced in the autumn early winter, i have to say it was much easier to deal with. i was feeling hot in 19 degree weather so i can't imagine the sweltering heat plus the raging hormones. also i gratefully skipped out on all those awful things like swelling feet and such until the very end. def get pregnant in the summer/autumn, skip the hard parts and planning a baby shower around christmas makes people more generous :)