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How to Calculate Your Pregnancy Due Date

From the moment a parent sees a positive pregnancy test, the calculations on when the baby will arrive immediately begin.

Use this pregnancy calculator to find your due date!

Calculation Method

Date

Cycle Length

Transfer Date

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A visit with your healthcare provider and an ultrasound scan are some of the most accurate ways to determine a baby’s due date. However, there are different tests, methods, and factors that one can use to figure out an estimated date of delivery.

If you are expecting a baby, this article will give you tips on establishing your pregnancy due date. Read on to discover everything you need to know about calculating the date of your baby’s arrival.

Measuring Gestational & Fetal Age

Two standard methods of measuring a baby’s age during pregnancy are gestational age and fetal age. Gestation is the time that passes between conception and birth. To measure the gestational age of your baby, you count the number of days between your last menstrual period and the current date. The gestational age measures how many weeks pregnant you are.

You can calculate gestational age in several ways: ultrasound scan, clinical examination, hCG hormone test, or embryo transfer in IVF cases. If you’ve undergone IVF, you can determine your baby’s gestational age by counting from your transfer date.

On the other hand, fetal age is the age of your growing baby. It is calculated from the date of conception, which is roughly two to three weeks after the first day of your last menstrual period.

Calculating Your Due Date from Your Last Menstrual Period

Using your menstrual cycle to figure out your estimated due date (EDD) is quite simple! All you need to do is add 280 days from the start of your last menstrual period (LMP). This is referred to as Naegele’s Rule and assumes a 28-day cycle. However, suppose your cycle length varies or is longer or shorter than the average length. In that case, this method may not provide an accurate date.

Another due date calculator that uses the menstrual cycle is the Mittendorf-Williams rule. However, this method is slightly more complicated.

  1. Determine the start date of your last menstrual cycle.

  2. Count back three months from that date.

  3. Add 15 days to that new date for a first pregnancy or 10 days if it is a subsequent pregnancy.

To estimate your due date use the Nurture& Pregnancy Calculator.

Calculating Your Due Date by The Date of Conception

Calculating your baby’s ETA by the date of conception is slightly more complicated than using your cycle. If you know the date of conception and have a regular cycle, you can add 266 days to that date.

However, the date of fertilization is challenging to pin down and almost impossible to determine. Sperm can live in the body for up to five days, and once ovulation occurs, the egg lives up to twenty hours after release.

Many women, particularly those not trying to conceive, do not even realize they are pregnant until several weeks of pregnancy have passed.

To estimate your due date use the Nurture& Pregnancy Due Date Calculator.

IVF

IVF or in vitro fertilization is an assisted reproductive procedure. During IVF, the mother will undergo egg retrieval, and the eggs will be fertilized in a lab. Once fertilized, one or more embryos will be implanted into the uterus. Because multiple embryos are often implanted, IVF, when successful, often results in twins or triplets.

Calculating your date by conception is more accurate when parents use in vitro fertilization because your doctor will know the exact date of fertilization.

Ultrasound

Ultrasounds are part of routine obstetrics care. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists states that an ultrasound during the first trimester is not standard prenatal care, but it’s often used to determine:

  • Gestational age

  • The number of fetuses

  • Fetal heart rate

  • To screen for genetic disorders

  • To check for ectopic pregnancy

A second-trimester ultrasound is conducted between weeks 18-22 and will confirm gestational age, scan for abnormalities, check the amniotic fluid level, and estimate your baby’s length and weight.

Planning Your Due Date and Planning for Changes

If you are trying to get pregnant, you can attempt to plan your due date for a specific season or time of year. However, there is no way to guarantee when or if you will conceive or when your baby will be born. Very few full-term pregnancies deliver on their estimated date; only 4%!

It is also possible that your due date can change as your pregnancy progresses. This is most likely to occur if you did not have a first-trimester ultrasound. It may also change if your doctor notices your fundal height is abnormal or that your levels of alpha-fetoprotein are high, a sign your baby will be born soon.

The best advice is to expect your baby to arrive a little early or late and give the most accurate health information possible to your provider so they can estimate your due date.

No matter when your baby is expected, having the time frame narrowed down to a few weeks will help you prepare.  You will have plenty of time to set up your nursery, complete with Nurture& seating, a play pad, and comfy pillows.

If you’re attempting to become pregnant or have recently discovered you are pregnant, you can use these tips to calculate your due date and prepare for all the exciting milestones to come!

Congratulations!
Your due date is November 2, 2022

You are in the # 5 week of pregnancy

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Your pregnancy week by week

Week

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Week one is probably the most confusing! You’d think you are 1 week pregnant, but this time of a missed or a late period can be caused by a number of factors, so don’t celebrate or panic just yet. Because all women and their cycles are different, this is the reason why you calculate your expected delivery date using the last day of your period.

Week

2

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This week is pretty interesting. As with week 1, it is still too early to tell if your period is just late or if you are pregnant. However, everything can change if sperm meets an egg while you are ovulating… congrats! You are now pregnant!

Week

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Still having a late or missed period? It’s time to take a pregnancy test. If your pregnancy test is positive, it is important to confirm your pregnancy with a healthcare provider. Hey, you have a baby growing inside you!

During this week the baby goes through cellular division, traveling from the fallopian tube to the uterus. By the end of the week, the blastocyst (the baby which is now a rapidly dividing ball of cells) will attach to the endometrium (the lining of the uterus).

Week

4

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Your baby, now an embryo, is smaller than a single grain of rice. At this stage your baby’s cells are dividing; they will later form your baby’s organs, various systems, and body parts. You may feel light cramping, sensitive breasts, nausea or loss of appetite and these are all normal!

Week

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Hormones. Progesterone levels will increase in your body as well as other hormones, which stimulate the growth of breast tissue to keep the lining of the uterus thick and healthy to support the fertilized egg. It can also cause familiar pregnancy symptoms such as heartburn, indigestion and constipation.

At this stage, the mass of cells will begin to form a distinct shape, the neural tube. Later on, this will become the spinal cord and brain. The placenta begins to form as well.

Week

6

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You will probably feel the same as the previous week with the increasing amount of hormones. You may have more headaches or feel more tired than usual. Most women experience extreme amounts of bloating, which can be confused with the “bump.”

This week your baby is approximately 0.2 inches from head to rump and will likely experience a few important milestones. Internal organs such as lungs, kidneys and the liver find their place ready for development, and the baby’s heart starts to beat at about twice the rate of yours.

Week

7

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While some get lucky and miss out on morning sickness, for others estrogen can heighten the senses, particularly the sense of smell: this can make them more prone to nausea. This is a great time to find soothing scents such as peppermint or lavender, and swap those strong scented shampoos and body lotions for more neutral ones.

At this stage, the baby is really starting to develop and is beginning to gain facial features such as their jaw and mouth. This week is considered an ideal time to arrange for your first ultrasound. This ultrasound is done by inserting a small lubricated probe into your vagina, which will relay images of your baby and check for their heartbeat and a healthy placenta.

Week

8

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The baby is now over a half an inch long and it’s fingers and toes are just beginning to form. The umbilical chord, which connects your baby’s placenta is now visible. You are likely still experiencing the influx in hormones, which often enacts a constant feeling of bloat and excess gas build up. But don’t worry, this won’t last forever.

Week

9

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Morning sickness, heartburn, indigestion, bloating, constipation, all these symptoms may be wearing you out. As with physical symptoms, you are probably on an emotional rollercoaster.

It is vital that you get enough rest and the proper nutrition to take care of your body and all of the changes it is going through. Your growing embryo is now known as a fetus and their muscles are strong enough to swim around in the amniotic fluid.

Week

10

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This week, your baby's organs have all completely formed and are starting to work together. Their tiny bones and joints are developing, which allows the baby to bend and flex their legs and feet. As far as your body goes, pregnancy is certainly a colorful process in more ways than one. Changes in skin, for example, are normal here and will dissipate over time.

Week

11

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With your skin changing, it is a great time to invest in some cocoa butter or natural oils to help with stretch marks and those dry skin patches or redness. It is also a good time to consider how pregnancy will affect your daily life for the next several months. Reach out to family and friends for help, start preparing for your new baby and nursery, and start letting people know that you are expecting (if you want to, that is!)!

Week

12

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What a special time for mom and baby- you are in your last week of your first trimester! Your baby's brain is developing. And… guess what, your baby can pee! Their little kidneys are working and whenever they ingest amniotic fluid, they can now pass it out.

At this stage, focus on eating a healthy diet and refraining from unpasteurized or undercooked products. Fill yourself with a balanced diet consisting of protein and the right vitamins for you and your baby to grow!

Week

13

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Your baby is the size of a plum! Their body is growing quickly. Vocal chords continue to develop and salivary glands will begin to function. If your baby were to become a music artist, now is the time! This is typically the easiest part of your pregnancy. You might be feeling more like yourself now and that is great. Enjoy it!

Week

14

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Feeling better and have an extra burst of energy? Perhaps it's time to go shopping for a new maternity wardrobe. Use that energy to keep yourself active. Exercise will provide extra oxygen for your baby and can help with other symptoms such as leg cramps and mood swings.

Your baby’s fast growing limbs are becoming even more recognizable, as tiny nails begin to grow on their toes. As the organs continue to develop, so does the digestive system. Their intestines begin to produce meconium, a thick mix of all the materials ingested by your baby while in the uterus. This waste is typically secreted after birth and is known as the baby’s first bowel movement.

Week

15

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Baby is now about the size of an orange and their senses are developing significantly. They can now sense light through their eyelids, although they are still closed, and they can hear your voice and your heartbeat, how cool is that!?

This is the perfect time to start thinking about where and how you would like your baby to be born. Gather as much information from different care providers to find the best environment for you to give birth in!

Week

16

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Feeling movement? You heard that right! Most women begin to feel movement from the baby around the 16 to 20 week mark. Your baby belly might be more visible as you start to gain more weight and grow your baby.

This is a great time to start singing or talking to your baby, so that they begin to recognize the vibrations of your voice.

Week

17

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Baby is starting to practice movement, twisting and stretching their arms and legs as their spine straightens out. Babies are also learning awesome skills like sucking and swallowing so that they are ready to suck as soon as they are born!

Week

18

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Hiccups and yawns are common for the baby during this time, as the nerves within your baby’s nervous system are developing. ou maystart to feel kicks and moves getting stronger as the baby is growing and starting to explore! With this, it is important to provide your baby with extra vitamins and nutrients.

Continue a healthy, balanced diet and don’t forget your prenatal vitamins, but don't run from those cravings that you deserve!

Week

19

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Your baby is growing rapidly and developing a new look as skin is coated in a layer of fine hair called lanugo and oil secreted from its glands. This cheese-like substance is called Vernix, and is essential for stopping the baby's skin from wrinkling, as it soaks in amniotic fluid for 9 months! This coating typically sheds before birth, although it is not uncommon to still be visible on newborns.

Week

20

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Congratulations, you are halfway through your pregnancy! Your second trimester ultrasound should be happening this week, which will determine how your baby is growing and check the position and health of the placenta. It is also possible to determine whether you are having a boy or a girl!

Week

21

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As you and your baby are growing, stretch marks often make their appearance during this time especially in the tummy, breasts, hips and thighs. To ease the appearance of stretch marks, you may want to nvest in quality cocoa butter or natural oils. Your baby’s taste buds are also now developed! They can experience the different flavors that you're consuming, especially foods that contain a strong spice!

Week

22

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Feeling contractions?, no need to panic. These contractions are also known as Braxton Hicks, false labor contractions that help the body prepare itself for birth. You will notice irregular and infrequent mild cramp pains, which can be alleviated by good hydration, position changes and rhythmic breathing.

Week

23

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Baby’s weight is approximately over 1 pound and 11 inches. This will soon change as the baby's weight will double over the next four weeks.

Although swelling is common, make sure to check with your doctor if the swelling happens suddenly or seems extreme in order to rule out preeclampsia. Preeclampsia is a rare condition that pregnant women develop and is indicated by high blood pressure and levels of protein found in the urine.

Week

24

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As your body and belly are growing and changing, you may find your belly button suddenly popping out. Leg cramps and general discomfort all contribute to finding it difficult to sleep.

It is important to stay extra hydrated to help you get as comfortable as possible. Your baby is now gaining around 5 to 6 ounces a week, which generally consists of muscle, bone, organs and fat. Their face is now fully formed and recognizable as a small person!

Week

25

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Baby is growing. With that, the baby is putting extra pressure on your bladder and you may find that you have to pee more frequently, which is totally normal. Watch out for urinary infections around this time. If you feel a burning sensation when you pee, check with your doctor. Now might be a great time to schedule a tour with your chosen birth location and arrange for childbirth education classes.

Week

26

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Your 26 week checkup will be used to screen for gestational diabetes. This happens when your body cannot produce enough insulin to meet the increased levels required during pregnancy. It usually disappears after birth and it requires careful monitoring during pregnancy to avoid it passing onto the fetus.

You also may find yourself suffering from more heartburn as hormones take the cake, once again.

At 26 weeks, the baby's eyebrows and eyelashes are formed and eyes begin to open. If you are having a boy, his testicles are now descending into the scrotum.

Week

27

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Your baby will now begin spending most of their time curled up in the fetal position, when it is not stretching or kicking. Loud noises might make the baby jump as its senses continue to mature.Ask your partner or a friend to put their ear to your belly as they may be able to hear that well developed heart beat!

You may also notice leaking from your nipples, which is totally normal as your breasts may start to produce milk weeks or months before birth. The first milk is called colostrum and helps your breasts prepare for feeding your baby.

Week

28

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As you enter your third trimester, you may start to get ready for your birth, while also finding yourself tired from carrying the weight of your growing baby. You may find that you are getting less sleep, more cramps, lower back pain and tingling or numbness in your buttocks. These symptoms are typically caused from your muscles being so loose due to hormones and the position of your baby.

Try taking a warm bath or use heating pads to help alleviate the pain. As the baby’s brain continues to develop, the thalamocortical complex –which is responsible for consciousness–, becomes active.

Week

29

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Bloating, constipation, heartburn and hemorrhoids…welcome to the third trimester! All of this is caused by the pressure on your digestive system. The good news is that it doesn’t last forever and should dissipate soon!

Week

30

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Although your baby might seem more active, they are sleeping more than ever. Babies will start to develop sleep and wake patterns in preparation for when they are born.

Week

31

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You are getting closer to the finish line and your baby’s brain is developing incredibly quickly as they get ready for life outside of the womb. Hiccuping, waving hands and feet, and thumb-sucking are all common activities for your baby at this stage.

As for you, it’s likely that you may be experiencing more discomfort than before. Shortness of breath, fullness after meals, and heartburn are all common occurrences, as your baby is growing and taking up more space. Many of these symptoms will likely dissipate when your baby starts to descend into its birth position.

Week

32

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Experiencing severe backache? Your breasts become on average one to three pounds heavier than before you were pregnant. Progesterone can also cause joints and ligaments to loosen and create a curve in your lower back. It is wise to seek out a chiropractor to help align your ear, shoulder and hips.

If you plan to have a doula at your birth, this is a great time to meet with them and go over your birth goals and preferences.

Week

33

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If you haven't already experienced Braxton Hicks, you should start to feel them around this time. You might also find that you are short of breath, which is due to your growing uterus. Baby’s developing brain is making preparations for birth. The hypothalamus, also known as the control center, ise sending messages to keep your body’s temperature stable.

Week

34

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By week 34, your baby will maneuver into the birth position, finding itself with its head down and ready to engage. Important antibodies are being passed from you to your fetus, preparing the baby for life outside the womb.

As your breasts become larger and heavier and milk production ramps up, the glands surrounding the nipples may change color or become more noticeable. It is all normal! Try moisturizing the area surrounding the nipple to help avoid excessive dryness and cracking.

Week

35

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Does your belly seem lower? It is possible that the baby has dropped into your pelvic area ready for birth! This happens weeks before the baby is due and means all is headed in the right direction. With the baby being lower, expect added pressure on your hips, pelvis and bladder.

Week

36

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During week 36, dreams may turn into nightmares! This is all normal and your mind’s way of dealing with the anxiety and worries of what's to come. It is a good idea to create a calming ritual such as taking a bathbefore bed. You might also notice your walk has changed, also known as the “waddle”.

Week

37

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If you haven’t already done so, this is a great time to pack your bag for birth!

As amniotic fluid is on the decline, your cervix might begin to dilate and efface. This is normal and signifies your body is preparing for labor. As far as your baby goes, theirs head becomes the same circumference as the chest and it should be in the birthing position by now. Although there is less space for your baby to move around, they are still practicing those skills required for the outside world such as sucking their thumb and breathing.

Week

38

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The waiting game. You are probably waiting for signs that birth is imminent, which might include loose stool or excess discharge. Watch out for your mucus plug, which is typically a sign that labor is near once it comes out. All of the baby’s organs have formed, aside from the eye color, which will appear after birth.

Week

39

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On average, women go into labor between 39-41 weeks. Look out for signs such as your water breaking, which is when the amniotic sac that has enclosed your baby in the womb is released from your uterus. It is possible for it to be a slow trickle leak, rather than a big gush as seen on TV shows.

The amniotic fluid should be odorless and colorless. All women are different and your water may not break until contractions have begun. Your baby’s weight can vary - you’ll never know exactly what it is until the baby is here!

Week

40

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If everything is running perfectly on schedule, your little one will be on its way to earthside! Only 1 in 30 women actually give birth on their due date, so don’t expect contractions to come in when the clock strikes 12. If you do experience your water breaking or cramping, take note of how frequently these cramps occur.

Contractions usually begin light and increase in frequency, duration and intensity over time. If you believe you are in labor, call your care provider, relax and lean into the moment – you’re about to have a baby!

Week

41

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If the baby still has not made its appearance by week 41, don't panic. In most pregnancies, the due date is, at best, a guesstimate. Continue to monitor any pains you're having and watch out for cramping or water breaking. Enjoy your last few days before the baby is born!

Week

42

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Your estimated due date has passed and you are still pregnant. There is nothing to worry about. Your midwife or doctor will discuss the possibility of inducing labor, which can be done several ways. Your midwife or doctor will advise which of the many possible treatments are best for you and will help you make the best decision to let things take their natural course. Trust your body and baby on this one.

(Number) Trimester To-Dos

Each trimester in pregnancy has its important milestones. That is why, we want to help you keep everything in order and tell you everything you might need to know. You can find everything on each trimester: from what to start to shop for you and your baby, OBGYN recomendations, a list of tests you should attend and more!

  • Take prenatal vitamins.

  • Read pregnancy books/get educated.

  • Find the best care provider for you.

  • Select your birth environment.

  • Create and share your pregnancy announcement (if desired).

  • Sign up for childbirth classes, infant CPR, breastfeeding classes.

  • Complete your baby registry.

  • Find a doula.

  • Schedule a tour at your chosen birth location.

  • Set up your nursery

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  • Choose a pediatrician.

  • Develop a postpartum plan- fill the freezer with meals, soups, etc.

  • Wrap things up at work.

  • Begin packing your birth bag.

Birthday month and fun facts

No matter when it happens, your baby’s birth will be one of the happiest daysof your life. We have curated a list to let you know somefun and interesting things about your baby’s birth month.

January

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  • December 21- January 20: Capricorn

  • Capricorn traits: serious, independent, disciplined and tenacious

  • Jan 20- Feb 18: Aquarius

  • Jan 20- Feb 18: Aquarius

  • Jan 20- Feb 18: Aquarius

  • Aquarius traits: deep, imaginative, original and uncompromising

  • Some celebrities born in January are: Martin Luther King Jr, Florence Pugh, Bradley Cooper, Diane Keaton, Orlando Bloom, Dax Shepard.

  • Fun holidays celebrated in January: Play Outside Day, The National Bloody Mary day, National Hot Toddy Day.

February

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  • Jan 20- Feb 18: Aquarius

  • Aquarius traits: Deep, imaginative, original and uncompromising

  • Feb 19- March 20: Pisces

  • Pisces traits: Affectionate, empathetic, wise and artistic

  • Some celebrities born in February are: Olivia Rodrigo, Harry Styles, Jennifer Aniston, George Washington, George Harrison, Steve Jobs, Michael Jordan.

  • Fun holidays celebrated in February: I Hate Coriander Day, National Margarita Day, Family Day.

March

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  • Feb 19- March 20: Pisces

  • Pisces traits: Affectionate, empathetic, wise and artistic

  • March 21- Apr 19: Aries

  • Aries traits: Eager, dynamic, quick and competitive

  • Some celebrities born in March are: Justin Bieber, Aretha Franklin, Peyton Manning, Reese Witherspoon, Elton John, Lady Gaga, Stephen Curry.

  • Fun holidays celebrated in March: National Pancake Day, Baby Sleepy Day, Share a Smile Day.

April

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  • March 21- Apr 19: Aries

  • Aries traits: Eager, dynamic, quick and competitive

  • Apr 20-May 20: Taurus

  • aurus traits: Strong, dependable, sensual and creative

  • Some celebrities born in April are: Queen Elizabeth II, Gal Gadot, Heath Ledger, Paul Rudd, Alec Baldwin, Charlie Chaplin, Jerry Seinfeld, Kate Hudson.

  • Fun holidays celebrated in April: Walk to Work Day, National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day, Children’s Picture Book Day.

May

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  • Apr 20-May 20: Taurus

  • Taurus traits: Strong, dependable, sensual and creative

  • May 21-Jun 20: Gemini

  • Gemini traits: versatile, expressive, curious and kind

  • Some celebrities born in May: Adele, Bob Saget, Dwayne Johnson, Mark Zuckerbeg, Novak Djokovic, John F. Kennedy, Megan Fox, Audrey Hepburn, Jojo Siwa, Wes Anderson.

  • Fun holidays celebrated in May: National Lemonade Day, National pet month, National Strawberry month.

June

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  • May 21-Jun 20: Gemini

  • Gemini traits: versatile, expressive, curious and kind

  • Jun 21-Jul 22: Cancer

  • Cancer traits: Intuitive, sentimental, compassionate and protective

  • Some celebrities born in June: Elon Musk, Paul McCartney, Tobey Maguire, Kanye West, Rafael Nadal, Marilyn Monroe, Natalie Portman, Mary-Kate, Ashley Olsen.

  • Fun holidays celebrated in June: National Olive Day, National Donut Day, World Environment Day, National Sex Day.

July

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  • Jun 21-Jul 22: Cancer

  • Cancer traits: Intuitive, sentimental, compassionate and protective

  • Jul 23- Aug 22: Leo

  • Leo traits: Dramatic, outgoing, fiery and self-assured

  • Some celebrities born in July: Priyanka Chopra, Sandra Bullock, Antonio Brown, Princess Diana, Tom Hanks, Jennifer Lopez, Margot Robbie, Nelson Mandela.

  • Fun holidays celebrated in July: National Watermelon Month, National Ice Cream Month, National Picnic Month.

August

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  • Jul 23- Aug 22: Leo

  • Leo traits: Dramatic, outgoing, fiery and self-assured

  • Aug 23-Sep 22: Virgo

  • Virgo traits: Practical, loyal, gentle and analytical

  • Some celebrities born in August: Tom Brady, Andrew Garfield, Kylie Jenner, Halle Berry, Whitney Houston, Steve Carell, Warren Buffett, Dave Chappelle.

  • Fun holidays celebrated in August: Respect for Parents day, World Breastfeeding Week, National Sandwich Month, National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day.

September

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  • Aug 23-Sep 22: Virgo

  • Virgo traits: Practical, loyal, gentle and analytical

  • Sep 23-Oct 22: Libra

  • Social, fair-minded, diplomatic and gracious

  • Some celebrities born in September: Zendaya, Freddie Mercury, Serena Williams, Will Smith, Amy Winehouse, Beyonce, Prince Harry, Hilary Duff, Hugh Grant, Stephen King.

  • Fun holidays celebrated in September: National Waffle Week, National Cheese Pizza day, National Beer Lovers Day

October

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  • Sep 23-Oct 22: Libra

  • Social, fair-minded, diplomatic and gracious

  • Oct 23-Nov 21: Scorpio

  • Scorpio traits: Passionate, stubborn, resourceful and brave

  • Some celebrities born in October: John Lennon, Ryan Reynolds, Kamala Harris, Emilia Clarke, Katy Perry, Bill Gates.

  • Fun holidays celebrated in October: National Pasta Month, National Dog day, National Taco Day.

November

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  • Oct 23-Nov 21: Scorpio

  • Scorpio-traits: Passionate, stubborn, resourceful and brave

  • Nov 22- Dec 21: Sagittarius

  • Sagittarius traits: Extroverted, optimistic, funny and generous

  • Some celebrities born in November: Pete Davidson, Leonardo Dicaprio, Joe Biden, Winston Churchill, Miley Cyrus, Neil Young, Martin Scorsese, Joni Mitchell, Danny DeVito, Grace Kelly.

  • Fun holidays celebrated in November: World Vegan Day, Manatee Awareness Month, National Dance Day.

December

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  • Nov 22- Dec 21: Sagittarius

  • Sagittarius traits: Extroverted, optimistic, funny and generous

  • December 21- January 20: Capricorn

  • Capricorn traits: serious, independent, disciplined and tenacious

  • Some celebrities born in December: Taylor Swift, Aaron Rodgers, Lebron James, Billie Eilish, Jake Gyllenhaal, Brad Pitt.

  • Fun holidays celebrated in December: Month of Giving, Candle Day, National Cupcake Day.

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