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  1. #91
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    @mrstoon - My husband's cousin (she's nine years old) was born on December 26 and she has a massive party every year! Everybody comes around to their place and has lunch the day after Christmas. I think she's pretty happy with her situation! Meanwhile, her younger sister's birthday gets kind of ignored because it's in April, whereas the older girl has her birthday at a busy time when all the family is together.
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  2. #93
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    I am not having kids for a couple of years but I was thinking like Spring (March-May) would be a nice time to have a baby. I like my birthday (November 3), however I would just hate being pretty pregnant during the summer months.
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  3. #95
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrstoon View Post
    Aww, it's kind of sad to read about people being disappointed in a Christmas birthday My due date is Christmas day. What do you think about having a "half birthday" party for such a child, in the summer, with friends and games and presents? Then on the actual birthday, on christmas, the kid gets some special time with family? Is this realistic, or is my child doomed to miserable birthdays for life??
    One of my friends does this! She's born on the 24th (which is the day Christmas is celebrated in Norway), and her family has birthday in the morning, and start Christmas after 3 pm. She has always had a huge party on the 24th of June celebrating her half birthday (her crown and cake would say 5 1/2 and so on, it wasn't a delayed birthday celebration but an actual half day celebration, which I think is really cool!) . Her parents always managed to make it fun and something very special. She got some presents on her actual birthday but most of it on her half. I'm not scared of a December/Christmas baby. I kind of always wanted that...
    [FONT=Palatino Linotype][CENTER]My darling Marian Illyria Aphrodite, March 2013 & Little Bunny (a girl!) due 9th of February 2014[/CENTER][/FONT]

  4. #97
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    Quote Originally Posted by sarahmezz View Post
    @mrstoon - My husband's cousin (she's nine years old) was born on December 26 and she has a massive party every year!
    Yeah a girl I knew in college has her birthday on Boxing Day. She said she was glad it wasn't Christmas but otherwise wasn't too bothered about it. She said she liked the extra presents but then she didn't get any at any other time of year :/
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  5. #99
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    Thanks for helping me feel better about my due date, ladies. This year, hubs' parents are coming to KY from FLA, since we went down there last year. So that will be convenient, they should be here for the delivery, if all goes according to plan.
    Married since June 2007, expecting our first child on Christmas Day, 2013

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