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What star sign is a premature baby? ?

31 January 2010 4 Responses

A Parent asks, Does it go on when they were born or when they would have been born if they went to full term…..

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  • srch_86 said:


    I believe that your star sign is when your birthday is. For instance, if you were born on Jan. 1st you would be a capricorn, but if you were premature and born earlier, on Dec. 1st you would be a Sagitarius.

    As its not 100% accurate on when the “due date” is, its the actual date on which bubs is born, even if its 11.59pm or 12.01am! It counts as the day you are born.
    Hope that answers it

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  • KeepSmiling said:


    their star sign is from the day they were born. Regardless if they were earlier or late.

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  • ♥♥♥ Mommy to Two ♥♥♥ said:


    With my daughter who was a preemie, we went with the actual month she was born. She should have been a May, but came in April instead.

    Of course, that made her birthstone go from the inexpensive emerald to the pricey diamond :-)

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  • Denise W said:


    This is what I believe your sign is given to you by the position of the moon and the stars while you are in your mothers belly so in the case of a premature baby their sign would be the date they should of been born not the day they were born. My son was born July 24th and should of been born October 22nd he is more a scorpio then a leo I can see it in him more now that he is almost 4.
    Hope that helps, I figured it out when I had my son I read this horoscope book called the birthday book it was wonderful.

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