They say March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb — but what, if anything, does that mean for babies born during this month? Signifying the end of winter and the beginning of spring, March does seem to produce babies who share some very unique traits. And it's not just astrology, either: Everything from eventual career path to personality can apparently be affected by a person's birth month (though of course nothing ever holds true for every single person). So what are some particularly fun facts about babies born in March?
Some of these facts might seem super random, but most are statistic-based. Plus, it just makes sense that March would be an auspicious time to enter the world: Winter is fading, new life is growing everywhere, and your birthday doesn't fall irritatingly close to any major holidays that involve the giving of gifts. Score!
Which is not to say that March is completely devoid of celebrations; there's St. Patrick's Day, after all, but that's just a great excuse to throw a first birthday party that involves shamrocks and green cupcakes. And here's a fun party game idea: Everybody can take turns reading a fun fact about March babies aloud!