difficult child hates to wear coats. He waits for the bus in a tshirt when it's 28 degrees. Somehow, a miracle occurred today and difficult child decided that 20 degrees was sweatshirt weather. No hat, no gloves, but it's a start. husband said lots of kids come into his clinic that way. Mostly the boys. It's a kid thing. Except I saw a grown man at Target yesterday in the middle of a blizzard wearing a long sleeved tshirt and plaid summer shorts! Having grown up in MN and knowing that you can freeze to death just crossing the street, I have huge respect for the elements. Do I just wait until difficult child gets permanent frostbite and loses a few fingertips, or gets pneumonia and is stuck in ICU? Thanks for letting me vent.