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    anyone ever had a bub born on 29th feb? what day did you choose to celebrate it on inbetween leap years?

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    Not me (tho I came close - ds1 is the 28th) a friend of mine her ds came on the 29th. They celebrate on the 28th!
    This year is his first actual birthday lol

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    No I dont, but if I did I would be inclined to honour Feb 28th, that way it is actually February, rather than March.

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    Yes, my eldest is a leapday baby He is oficially 2 this year! (8) We celebrate on the 28th of Feb normally, 'cos he was a Feb baby. Not that it matters, either day would be fine, it's whatever Ty wants to do really...


 

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