Winter Worry: Baby, it's cold outside!
The Cool News: Pregnancy naturally ups your internal thermostat. And that means you're more likely to remain warm even when it's downright chilly. Jennifer Baldwin, of Rancho Santa Margarita, California, says that her winter pregnancy with son Luke, now 4 months, was much more comfortable than her previous summer pregnancy. "The cold weather was a huge plus," she says. "Especially at the very end, when you're so big, it's nice not to feel overheated." The cooler weather also helped her sleep better, which was much needed since she was busy running after her toddler, Julia, 3. "With Julia, even with air-conditioning, I felt so hot all the time. But when I was pregnant in the winter, I could bundle under the covers and just get comfy. I slept so well."