Ah, spring. It's a time when green buds begin to appear on barren branches, animals cautiously peek out of their cold weather-fortified homes, and layers of clothing are happily shed as warmer temperatures return. So it shouldn't really be too much of a surprise that plenty of folks take advantage of the mood of blossoming opportunities in the air. So if you already have, are planning to, or just interested in procreating during the season of germination, then you'll probably enjoy learning various kinds of old wives tales about babies who are conceived in the spring — and likely born in the winter.
Of course, certain superstitions have since been debunked by modern discoveries and science. But, in my opinion at least, it's still fun to learn about the various folklore and mythical beliefs held by cultures from all around the world. Interestingly enough, the official website for BBC noted that most societies associate the spring season with rebirth, new beginnings, and fertility — though they may have just been taking a cue from nature. So if your little one is due in the winter but was conceived in the spring, then you might want to check out what these old wives tales have to say about that, and in time, you'll be able to determine if they apply to your little one or not.