Aloha Friday!!!

Today is Friday, and that means it's time for Aloha Fridays!
If you have no clue what Aloha Friday is already, go to An Island Life and you'll figure it out pretty fast:)



Now my Question here is:

Beside the "when it happens it happens" thing, what do you think is the best month to give birth to your baby and why?

I don't intend to plan getting pregnant i hope it will happen random, but secretly i wish i would give birth in March.. not this March.. March in general:D i think March is the best month to give birth cause it's not to hot nor to cold, so it's good for both the baby and the mommy.. idk.. having other ideas???? do share!!!


Aloha Everyone!

26 comments:

Mommy's Hangout said...

I had one in Jan and 2 in March! But you know I always wanted a Summer baby because they can have great Outside birthday parties LOL.

NateAndJakesMom said...

I have had a baby in February, July and October. It was raining and miserable in February, hotter than heck in July and dreary and cold in October. But it was the most beautiful times of my life...

Bridgette said...

I use to say summer time because I was a teacher. Now that I am not teaching it really does not matter to me. :)

Smellyann said...

I think it depends on where you live, but probably right BEFORE the very hottest months of summer! I've done both, and boy that hot summer was not fun.

Auntie E said...

May. Because then you are pregnant in the fall-winter months when it is colder here.

Ave said...

Around summer time.

I am Harriet said...

I'm so done with all that I can't even think about it :)


Have a great Friday!
http://iamharriet.blogspot.com/2009/10/jon-and-kate-to-end-for-good.html

TheAngelForever said...

As much as it was horrible having an end of summer baby, at least I was not VERY pregnant in the winter. Trying to keep your balance is tricky enough. Add a big pregnant belly in and things get tricky. When I had my other son in May I experienced this more.

Jessica said...

Lol well I have given birth in November and now in August. I literally have to plan my pregnancies around work. We have a family business and it is seasonal. During the summer months it is so busy we have no time to even think so I have to plan it to where my maternity leave will be during the off season which also means I am big fat and prego during 100+ temps in the summer!

Vicki said...

I live in Florida and it's so hot and humid already. Add to that being pregnant, not comfy at all. So I would say before it really starts heating up.

The Royal Family said...

I dont think it matters I didn't want to have one in sep having the fattest part of pregnancy in summer but it happend after trying for too freakinh long and i didnt care as long as i got my baby.

again didn't want the second one in sep... but again it happened. LOL

LadyBug-Kellie said...

March is good! I had mine in April, which was great because we can still get snow storms in March and I didn't want to have to worry about road conditions on the way to the hospital. Hot summers are hard when you are getting larger I have heard!

sunshine said...

whenever you will NOT be pregnant in the summer! LOL, I hate being hot! February worked out great for us, found out we were pregnant in july... early stages in the summer! :)
hope you are doing great!

Drahdrah said...

I don't think it matters much, and varies depending on where you live. Being huge during a summer heat wave is difficult... summer maternity clothes are less expensive than winter ones... you be the judge :) March actually sounds like a good choice.

JamericanSpice said...

I've always thought it was better to have my baby between March and May. Not to hot and not too cold.

Julie@Momspective said...

Planned both of mine in April. I wasn't too big for Christmas and didn't have to suffer through being huge in Summer.

Jammie said...

I say the best month would be April so you are not pregnant in the summer months when it is so hot and humid.

blueviolet said...

I liked May a lot because I could start to take her outside a bit as the weather warmed up.

thatdesigngal said...

I love the fall, and I was born in October! Leaves changing colors, cool crisp air. Fall is a great time IMO!

Have a fantastic weekend!
~Mary

Joy said...

Spring or fall :O)

Pamela M. Kramer said...

I've had a baby in July, August and September in Texas. I don't recommend ANY of those months. I'm going to go with March like you! lol

satakieli said...

Completely OT to your post, but that sewing machine I was talking about came from Woolworth. The company is closing down and they're selling everything off! There should be one near you.

Sophia's Mom said...

Had my baby in the summer, end of July, even though it was hot, i liked it because i was freaking out about her being warm enough when we went out.

I was 9 months pregnant and eating ice cream every day... i blamed it on the heat :P

http://www.thewannabewahm.com

MaryRC said...

its all miserable for me.

Katie @ makingthishome.com said...

hehe - I liked reading your post and the comments everyone left. It's honestly not something I've ever thought about.
Katie

Kim said...

I think March would be a great month, our first baby was to be due in March but I miscarried. Mason was born in November which I loved not having to goback to work until after the holidays. Alyssa was born in June and that was a great month too, not to hot so we got to play outside with big brother.

What fun questions I may have to join in sometime!