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What's Your Opinion On Parents That Plan Their Conception So That Their Due Date Will Make Their Child A Specific Astrological Sign?

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Nameless14 | 13:28 Thu 11th Oct 2018 | Society & Culture
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Is it something you would consider?

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It's something I've even heard of, and no, I would not consider it.

I have heard about people timing a birth to coincide with the tax year, but not astrology.
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No, it is not something I would ever consider. I have never heard or read of any parents doing so - have you?
No, it's nuts.
No.
I'd never consider it, but then I'm a Cancerian...
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I'm a Pyrex - I was a test-tube baby …

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I think that anybody who plans anything based on astrology....has a screw loose.
Libras and Scorpios would generally do better at school.
... because they are the oldest in the school year :-)
No but a friend and partner planned theirs for the summer so he wouldn't miss his team playing football. And ideally it had to miss Wimbledon as well.
between May 21 and June 21 is obviously best if you're planning multiple births. But December 22 to January 19 should be fine for most kids.
However much you plan it doesn’t always happen straight away, some people wait months, weeks or years to conceive.
It’s all in the lap of the gods
// It’s all in the lap of the gods //

No, some of it depends on what's in the lap of the potential parents.
After two daughters I read an article about timing conception to try to influence the sex of your baby. Tried it and had my son - probably just coincidence.

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