I feel for those still w/o power. But the crews are working as hard as they can, I know that because my husband is retired from this profession. It's not as easy as flipping a switch, and these guys are working very long hours. And your neighbors power may come on before yours...it's all in the power gridwork. Be patient.
As far as the heat, I was born and raised here, no A/c when I was growing up, we survived. Open the windows! As far as the baby food and milk, just get powdered milk for now, and jars of baby food, they don't have to be refrigerated. Go out and clean up your yard instead of sitting inside whinning.
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