If your birthday is on a holiday, here's your chance to share your joy or pain?
Although, I was born the day after Thanksgiving, every seven years, I get to have a Thanksgiving birthday like this year! Most years everyone wants to celebrate my birthday on Thanksgiving when it is NOT. This year everyone wanted to celebrate it on Friday... Go Figure!
I was born three days after Christmas. And much to my surprise, the ancients Celts celebrated opposit day on that date.
belated Money Glitch and advance Jonathan,,
I was born spring or the diamond month, the 26th
My due date was supposed to be Easter of that year, but I was late. However, my birthday does sometimes fall on Easter, as it did this past year.
Nope wasn't born on a holiday...but I always rubbed it in my friends' faces that I'm a summer baby lmao
Vermont Admission Day.
Too bad I've never been to Vermont. But I do like Ben and Jerry's ice cream.
No holidays but I do share a b-day with Rod Stewart and George Foreman
I wasn't, but my sister was born on Christmas Day. She celebrated her birthday on the 24th.
My Papa, (grandpa) the one who just passed away's b-day was Sept. 26 It's going to be a sad day in deed that day
Oh, as for celebrity birthdays, I share mine with a couple of my favorite musical figures, Antonio Vivaldi and Jason Newsted.
I simply love all the responses! Good idea on the celebrity. My big celebrity with the same birthday would be Tina Turner
No I wasn't born on a holiday, but I got engaged and married on National holidays.
Not my B-Day but one of my brothers was born July 4th, a nephew born Christmas Eve and one grandchild born the night of Thanksgiving.
I'm a Thanksgiving birthday quite often as well. I'm Nov 25. I have a cousin who's a Leap Year baby...Feb 29
So KCC does your family celebrate your birthday on the right day or are they confuse like my family and try to do it on Thanksgiving? Leap year as a birthday...that should be interesting! When it is not leap year do they celebrate on the 28th or the 1st?
I was born on the Feast of the Three Kings - 6th of January. Not exactly a holiday but nonetheless a special day - at least for me! LOL
A father in one of the three families that my family always celebrates New Year's with was born on January 1, so we always chant: "Happy New Year's! Happy birthday Jalle!"
Ummm...the anniversary of Paul Revere's ride? Okay, not exactly a holiday. My son, on the other hand, was born on winter solstice, and with his fourth birthday coming up this year it's really starting to sink in how much fun this birthday in such close proximity to Christmas is going to be to plan and celebrate every year.
I'm a Christmas Eve baby.
My wife wants me to celebrate my birthday in October instead of having all the celebrations at once.
4.30 am Father's Day. Never forget it every year even though my birthday is not always on Father's Day. Youngest son too and I only had him to love for 7 1/2 years.
by iloveglee83 8 years ago
What is your favorite holiday and why?With the holiday season coming around I figured lets find out more about our fellow hubber. My favorite holiday is Yule (Christmas), I don't care about the presents what I care about the most and love the most about the holiday is that it is a time to...
by Leslie A. Shields 8 years ago
Please don't tell me it is for the children's sake. Let me emphasize... Christians not others, but Christians.
by elisabethkcmo 10 years ago
some people put it up right after Thanksgiving, some wait until closer to Christmas..
by Christin Sander 7 years ago
Were you born ON a holiday? or do you know someone with a holiday birthday?Wondering how common it is to be born on a holiday. I am a Halloween baby! and love it Were you born on a holiday or do you know someone born ON a holiday - not around it, but on the actual day? Do they love it or hate it?
by Elena 8 years ago
How would you Celebrate your Birthday, if you were born on Christmas Day?
by chambersgirl21 10 years ago
So many people around the world celebrate Christmas by buying Christmas trees decking them with gold and silver ornaments, hanging lights on their houses, spending thousands of dollars on presents, creating that fictional charachter of Santa Clause for their children, milk and cookies, reindeers...
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