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Thread: Best month to have a baby
April 12th, 2013 06:24 PM #56
April 12th, 2013 07:16 PM #58
I don't necessarily think it's the best month to have a baby, but I've always wanted to have a baby born in March. No real reason...
I really have no interest in having a September or December baby, and no real reason for that either. I have to say, though, that as a teacher, the idea of having a baby born in late July sounds like it'd be awesome because you'd work until like, 35 weeks, then you'd get the summer off, plus the next year, plus the following summer and start again that September.Lucia
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April 12th, 2013 07:37 PM #60Senior Member
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Since I'm 13, I won't be having any for a while but I do love to think on such things!
The ideal for me would be April, May, June, and July (my birth month!). Just because I like the weather and they are far enough from Christmas to be enjoyable. Also, having another Leo in the family would be fun :-)
I would be okay with March, February, October, and November.
I would like to avoid September and December for reasons stated before.
And I wouldn't particularly mind, but imagining I still like August for a boy, I would really hope he wouldn't be born in August (since I plan to be Team Green/Yellow with all of my kids, I won't know if it's a boy or girl), since I think that would be a little preposterous.
Then again, I have no idea if I'll have any complications growing up, and if I do, I'll be elated to have a baby at any time <3
And for astrology, like I said before, I would love another Leo. There are quite a few in my family, and I generally prefer strong and brash versus some of the more "meek" for lack of better word, signs. Though I don't think I'd want a Scorpio, from experience, I've never gotten along with any that I've met. Any other sign is fine with me
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April 12th, 2013 11:06 PM #62Senior Member
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I like March for pregnancy purposes. However I think April or May would be better for birthday parties. I leave in the southern US (deep south) and by late May it is often 90+ degrees but in March it is too unpredictable to plan for outside parties. And it is too hot (assuming no swimming pool) to stay outside for long during June-Sept.Mama to little Ramona Mae 3/2011 and Sylvie Joy born 11/2013
April 12th, 2013 11:43 PM #64Senior Member
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My mothers birthday is new years eve. She always felt bad that the world was celebrating the end of her birthday so vigoursly.
September: having to go school, being the oldest in the class, Indian summer
October: in Canada, thanksgiving, & Halloween
November: in the US, thanksgiving & people become nicer in ancipation of the holidays
December: Christmas, winter storms that prevent birthday parties, everyone's busy
January: too cold, everyone's winding down from the new year/holidays
February: rather cold, Valentines day
March: slowly turning to spring
April: before the hot weather begins, spring showers
May: too hot, may flowers
June: too hot, no school
July: too hot, no school
August: too hot, no school
The advantage of the summer months is longer days, making it easier to interract with the baby.
Disadvantage of summer is that kids don't go to school on their birthday and can't have a party.
My birthday is 4th of August and I would always have a party when I got back to school in early September. I would invite my new classmates and it made making friends really easy. I had several birthday parties. With my grandmother (grandparents+cousins) on the actual day, because we have the same birthday. Then with the other side of my family. So three parties in all. It was great for me and Siri and our parents didn't seem to mind.
I personally wouldn't want to be oldest in the class, because the year you graduate you turn 19. It's also convenient because then you can drive/drink/vote sooner.
Bold I prefer.
Italicize I avoid.
None I'm indifferent to.