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Thread: Best month to have a baby
April 10th, 2013 03:43 AM #1
Best month to have a baby
To begin with, I'm fully aware that the title of this thread is kinda ridiculous. Just wondering.. if by any chance you can control it, what is your favourite month to have a baby? It can be because of the weather, season, or special occassion (e.g. christmas babies, new year, valentine, etc).Call me Cynthia, Angie, or Luna.
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April 10th, 2013 04:05 AM #3
I'm a teen, so my judgment on this is clouded my teenage naivity, however I am well aware that these things can't really be controlled and if you're struggling to concieve you will happily have a baby whenever. BUT, I would prefer to have a child in summer (British Summer, so end of May-September/start of October). This is because my birthday is in July and growing up the weather was mostly lovely on my b'day allowing me to have great garden parties which also saved my parents some pretty pennies because they didn't have to book anywhere. I also like summer birthdays because they are a good distance away from Xmas allowing parents to save up money in between the occasions, most children I know who are born near Xmas hate it, and most summer babies love their b'day.Current Loves: Tobias Henry and Sebastian Keith
April 10th, 2013 04:34 AM #5
I would say towards the end of Spring (October/November) because then you wouldn't be enormously pregnant during the summer, but you wouldn't freeze during night feeds! However, if I'm pregnant right now (fingers crossed!), I'll be due in January - right in the middle of stinking hot forty degrees! That'll be fun...TTC #1
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April 10th, 2013 04:34 AM #7Senior Member
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I always wanted a September baby - it is far enough from Christmas, generally good weather, friends are back from the school holidays for birthday parties, and the chances of having an exam on your birthday is slim as it is only just back to school (at least in Canada). I am happy to settle for a November baby, though.
April 10th, 2013 08:34 PM #9Senior Member
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Velvet - we have the same EDD! And weirdly, it was my EDD for my daughter as well.
She was born 25 Nov 2010 I have nothing to compare it to but I loved having a November baby. We have good benefits and my husband was able to stay home for a week then go back to work for just three half days before he started xmas leave (we're in the army in Canada). I was never huge in the summer and the cold winter air was great for the baby, she loved going for walks in January and February. She was a month old at xmas and we got enjoy lots of parties.