6 Fun Facts About June Babies
In June, the sunniest season of all finally arrives…so it’s no great shock that the babies born this month are bright little lights themselves. Here are just a few facts that make your June baby’s birth month super special.
Your June baby will be a twin or a crab…astrologically speaking.
Babies born before June 22nd will be Geminis—a sign represented by the Twins and thought to be chatty, charismatic, witty…but indecisive. Little ones who make their debut June 22nd or later will be Cancers (aka the Crab). Cancers are believed to be nurturing, empathetic, intuitive…but sometimes a little bit (you guessed it) crabby.
June babies have three birthstones to choose from.
No worries if your June baby is an indecisive Gemini, they’ve got lots of options…at least when it comes to which birthstone to rock! June is one of just three months that boast a whopping three birthstones. June is represented by the demure pearl, the iridescent moonstone, and the color-changing alexandrite.
June babies’ birth flowers are classics.
June is represented by two flowers: the rose (doesn’t get much more timeless than that signature red bud, does it?) and honeysuckle. Roses signify romance, while honey suckle stands for happiness.
Your June baby could reach great heights.
A British study found that babies born in June tend to be big…and grow into tall adults. But even if your June baby isn’t someone to look up to literally, they could be someone to look up to figuratively…
Your June baby could be on the path toward a Nobel Prize.
Your brilliant baby might have some pretty cool hardware to show for their genius! An analysis of Nobel Laureates found that a surprisingly high number of winners were born in June.
Even if they don’t win a Nobel Prize, June babies are still in pretty impressive company!
Need more proof that June babies are born to shine? Celebs that share this birth month include Natalie Portman, Angelina Jolie, Anderson Cooper, Kanye West, Neil Patrick Harris, and Ariana Grande.
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