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The babies who nap in sub-zero temperatures

 
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The babies who nap in sub-zero temperatures
I would had thought that Muslimes would do something to the babies but it must be done in Muzzie free zones. So eventually this practice will stop.

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Would you put your baby or toddler outside in the freezing cold for their lunchtime nap? Most Nordic parents wouldn't give it a second thought. For them it's part of their daily routine.

Daytime temperatures this winter in Stockholm have regularly dropped to -5C (23F) but it's still common to see children left outside by their parents for a sleep in the pram.

Wander through the snowy city and you'll see buggies lined up outside coffee shops while parents sip on lattes inside.

And if you are visiting friends and your child needs a nap, you may be offered the garden or balcony instead of a bedroom.

"I think it's good for them to be in the fresh air as soon as possible," says Lisa Mardon, a mother-of-three from Stockholm, who works for a food distribution company.
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When the temperature drops to -15C we always cover the prams with blankets”

Brittmarie Carlzon Pre-school head teacher

"Especially in the winter when there's lots of diseases going around... the kids seem healthier."

Her children have been sleeping outside since they were born.

The youngest, Alfred, is two and she puts him outside in the pram to nap once a day, for an hour and a half. When he was younger he slept outside twice a day.

This isn't a recent fashion. Lisa's mother, Gunilla, now 61, says she also did it with Lisa when she was a baby.

"Yes we were doing it back then as well… It was important for her to get fresh air and stay healthy," Gunilla says.

And Lisa's father, Peter, was put outside by his mother to sleep in a pram in the 1950s. Only when it got to around -10C (14F) did she bring him indoors.

Nowadays most day-care centres in Sweden put children outside to rest. It's common to see rows of prams lined up in the snow at nap-time, with youngsters fast asleep inside.
Baby asleep The baby is electronically monitored, as is the outside temperature... -10C

At Forskolan Orren, a pre-school outside Stockholm, all children sleep outside until they reach the age of three.

"When the temperature drops to -15C (5F) we always cover the prams with blankets," says head teacher Brittmarie Carlzon.

"It's not only the temperature that matters, it's also how cold it feels. Some days it can be -15C but it actually feels like -20C (-4F) because of the wind," she says.
Prams outside a cafe Babies often sleep outside cafes in Copenhagen too

"Last year we had a couple of days with a temperature of -20C. On those days we brought the prams inside some of the time the children were sleeping, but most of their sleep they spent outdoors."

One group at the pre-school spends all its time outside, from 09:00 to 15:00 every day. Out in the fresh air they do everything children normally do inside, only going inside at mealtimes, or in unusually cold weather.

The theory behind outdoor napping is that children exposed to fresh air, whether in summer or the depths of winter, are less likely to catch coughs and colds - and that spending a whole day in one room with 30 other children does them no good at all.
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Re: The babies who nap in sub-zero temperatures
Im sure theyve adapted if they are native to the country.

The Eskimos have adapted in such a way that blood does not rush from their extremities in the extreme cold.. See the human body can undergo major adaptations in only a few generations. its not a gradual millions of years process as dumbass darwin once thought.
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Im sure theyve adapted if they are native to the country.

The Eskimos have adapted in such a way that blood does not rush from their extremities in the extreme cold.. See the human body can undergo major adaptations in only a few generations. its not a gradual millions of years process as dumbass darwin once thought.
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Yes we are not separate races but separate species. We should keep it that way too! Jwho is trying to change this natural order. Do Jyou know?
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These Northern Europeans are going to survive the coming ice age just fine.
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Re: The babies who nap in sub-zero temperatures
If they're able to sleep through that, seems that their bodies are used to it, and if they're healthier as a result of it good for them.
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Im sure theyve adapted if they are native to the country.

The Eskimos have adapted in such a way that blood does not rush from their extremities in the extreme cold.. See the human body can undergo major adaptations in only a few generations. its not a gradual millions of years process as dumbass darwin once thought.
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Yes we are not separate races but separate species. We should keep it that way too! Jwho is trying to change this natural order. Do Jyou know?
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If we were separate species, different colored people wouldn't be able to breed..
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Re: The babies who nap in sub-zero temperatures
I feel comftorable in the Cold. Even temperatures of + 20 Celsius makes me uncomftorable. I feel like my insides are glowing embers. Probably we burn food faster to gain heat.
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Re: The babies who nap in sub-zero temperatures
Though -5 Celsius isn't sub zero in Fahrenheit, was imaging them sleeping in Fahrenheit sub zero temperatures, which would be even colder.

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