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Thread: Best month to have a baby
April 29th, 2013 01:59 AM #96
I was born in late August, and while I liked having nice warm weather on my birthday, it always coincided with the start of school which always annoyed me. Although now that I'm in college it's not such a big deal anymore.
I would like to avoid mid-late August and early September if I can, so that my child's b-day won't be around the start of the school year and they won't be one of the youngest or oldest in their class.
Anywhere between mid-late September and May would be great (I want to try to avoid anytime around major holidays though). Marcelle was born February 24th, which for me was ideal.
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April 30th, 2013 02:54 AM #98Senior Member
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I was born in October and always have wanted an autumn birthday. But I don't really care what month we have a baby. I'd like to be pregnant NOW, which would mean a January birth. I like the idea of a winter baby. But maybe January is too close to Christmas? Part of me thinks February would be ideal. My husband is all for a May birthday, because he thinks spring birthdays are the best.Lucy & Hazel & Nora & Alice & SophieHenry & Rowan & Milo & Oliver & Ezra
May 1st, 2013 02:14 PM #100Senior Member
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Well of course I would think January...that's when I was born & it's also when my daughter was born.
Conceived around late April, I was in a bikini that summer (Probably for the last time of my life haha) and started really showing in fall, by winter I was very pregnant but the cool weather was a good thing, I was ready to pop on Christmas so my whole family got to see me like that and it was a great excuse to make them come to me!, the baby arrived in early January and I didn't mind being housebound. I didn't have the stress of worrying about my weight immediately cause everyone was bundled up for a few months anyway! Somehow I didn't have to buy a maternity coat either!
August 9th, 2013 02:14 AM #102Junior Member
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August 9th, 2013 03:36 AM #104
I guess I will bring this thread back. My birthday is Nov. 3 and I have always liked it. My birthday is close enough but far enough from the holidays. The weather has generally been very lovely for my bday (but then again I live in sunny California) I was always one of the younger kids but that never bothered me. When I have kids I would not like to be super pregnant in the summer months (from late june- late August). I wouldnt mind a november baby or anywhere from February-early JuneRaquel-21 year old who loves names, books, and languages
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