Why April babies are MORE kind and generous than anyone else!

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Editor / April 01 2019

April babies make the best friends, colleagues and partners because they are so kind and loyal!

If you’re born in April you’re either an Aries or a Taurus – and that officially makes you devoted, passionate and determined to help. 

Babies born under the Aries star sign celebrate their birthday between April 1 and April 19, while anyone born between April 20 and April 30 is a Taurus. 

 

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But EVERYONE born in the fourth month of the year is seen to be fiercely true to their mates and can ALWAYS be called upon to help friends and family in a time of need.

Apost.com describes April babies as being the ultimate at giving advice and guiding mates through problems saying to them, ‘You make the best friend as you are always generous, caring and loving but… you are fearless and brave as well as excellent problem solvers so people often come to you for advice.’

 

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Other key traits for people born in April include:

 

  •  You are less likely to get sick

Yes, that’s weird but true. The Washingtonpost.com is reporting that your birth month has a HUGE connection with your health and the diseases you might develop in your lifetime. Apparently, if you’re born in April you are at a lesser risk of disease.

 

  • You are a natural-born leader

Ambitious and tenacious - that's you, so people born in April tend to gravitate towards leadership roles. Occasionally you’ll hear the word ‘bossy’ thrown around when describing an April baby – but at least you know what you want.

 

  • Most mothers-to-be WANT to have an April baby

It’s starting to get cooler in Australia and most mums have survived the summer and being pregnant in the sweltering hear so now they’re looking forward to enjoying their newborn when it’s not as hot and sticky!

 

 

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE TO READ:

Here's why it's great to be born in January!

Six scientific reasons why March babies are winning at life!

What does your birth order REALLY mean?

 

Frances Sheen has been a magazine and website journalist & editor for the last 20 years - both in Australia and the UK. She's appeared on countless TV and radio shows to discuss parenting and launched her own social media parenting brand. She's the mum of two little girls and juggles that with a busy working life.

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