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In theory, a pregnancy lasts 9 months even though, in reality, it can be a little shorter or a little longer from one woman to another. You can still use this average value to prevent the baby from being born at a "bad" date.

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10 design dates that are best avoided (10 photos)

10 design dates that are best avoided

1. Put a baby on the go 9 months before your eldest birthday? Better to avoid ...

... because it would be taking the risk that he has the same birthday as your eldest. He may not take the fact that the kid steals the show. Then, to celebrate two children's birthdays on the same day is a financial and logistical puzzle (eg the elder will want to go to the cinema while the younger will claim the small animal farm).

10 design dates that are best avoided

2. January 31 (a Halloween birth is on the way)

Birth on October 31? First problem: your child's friends will be busy collecting sweets in the neighborhood (galley assured to have enough guests). Second problem: he will have to share his birthday with ghosts and scary clowns, enough to traumatize him until his majority.

10 design dates that are best avoided

3. February 11: boredom assured

Your child will be required to attend the November 11 commemorations in front of the war memorial. We knew more gay for a birthday ...

10 design dates that are best avoided

4. March 25th: a design date to forget

Baby is likely to be born on December 25th. In addition to more or less funny reflections on your choice of first name ("What, you did not call Jesus or Christmas?"), Baby will have to celebrate his birthday and Christmas the same day. Growing up, he will soon realize that he has the right to one party a year instead of two, like his friends ...

10 design dates that are best avoided

5. March 31 (attention danger!)

There, he is likely to be born on December 31st. As a child, you will have a hard time getting your friends together on D-Day. As a teenager, you'll have a hard time keeping out all your buddies ("We're all going to celebrate New Year's at his place, that's normal, it's his birthday too!" ! ").

10 design dates that are best avoided

6. Forget about May 14: it would put too much pressure on Valentine's Day

February 14th. Date of his birthday. And uncle André who tells him every year the same thing: "you, I bet you want a girlfriend for your birthday". As long as he is small, it's okay. But as a teenager, he will take it less well ...

10 design dates that are best avoided

7. May 29: an anniversary as rare as the Olympics

If baby is born on February 29th, he will not be able to celebrate his birthday on D-Day every year. It will only happen every 4 years, but it will stay your baby a little longer.

10 design dates that are best avoided

8. Make a baby on July 1st (the bad joke if baby is born on April 1st)

"Hello mother-in-law, baby is born! Come quickly!" Frosty answer: "You think my grandson's birth is a joke" ... not to mention the fact that baby may be a victim of "April Fools" every birthday.

10 design dates that are best avoided

9. A baby conceived on November 15th is likely to have few people at his birthday party ...

... if he is born on August 15th. Pile when all his friends went on vacation or weekend at the sea. Too bad ...

10 design dates that are best avoided

10. 9 months before your birthday or that of a loved one

Whether it's for your birthday, daddy's birthday, or grandparents' birthday, it's best not to let baby's birth happen these days if you do not want to share the cake!