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Have a Party for Leap Year Day

Updated on July 12, 2014

When a birthday is every four years

According to astrologers, those born under the sign of Pisces on February 29 have unusual talents and personalities reflecting their special status.

They would certainly need some talent in avoiding disappointment, it must be hard to celebrate a birthday only once every four years.

These days, most Leapers hold their birthday festivities on 1st March - so much easier

Were you born on a Leap Year?

When's your birthday?

You probably think that a birthday is a celebration of your birth date - but it's not. It's a celebration of you getting through another year. One more year under your belt (or under the bridge).

One year is one complete revolution by the earth around the sun, and that's 365 days, 5 hours, 48 minutes, and 46 seconds.

So what's the best date to celebrate your birthday? Just add 365 and (almost) one quarter of a day to the hour of your birth.

Have a Leap Year Day Birthday Party

Make it a good one - it's only every four years

Have a Happy Leap Year Day Birthday with a Leap Year theme.

FrogsFrogs are perfect for a Leap Year celebration.

Green for the Leap Year Birthday Theme

When you think of frogs, you think of green, so decorate green.

Starting with green add yellow and blue. Use these three colours to decorate the table, walls, doors, and ceilings.

Weave party streamers in these colours together to drape around windows and to looped across the ceiling. Don't forget the balloons! Lots and lots of balloons.

Easy Balloon Decorating - For your KIndle

How to Make Green Tea Frosting

Honor Society

The Honor Society of Leap Year Day Babies is a free membership birthday club for people born on February 29th.

Almost 10,000 people from all over the world have joined since the website was launched in 1997.

Finally it's my birthday!

It's My Birthday Finally! A Leap Year Story 2nd Edition
It's My Birthday Finally! A Leap Year Story 2nd Edition

A story about a boy named Miles who born on February 29. On Saturday, Miles will be celebrating his birthday. Even though he's happy there seems to be some confusion about exactly how old Miles will be! Will he be eight or will be be just two?


Leapers - young and old

Do you know a Leap Day child?

It's Not Leap Year This Year
It's Not Leap Year This Year

What would you do if you were told that you could pick any day you want to celebrate your birthday? That's exactly what Miles' mom told him he could do. What day does Miles pick to celebrate his non-leap year Birthday?


February 30th ?

In 1700 Sweden planned to convert from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian calendar. So 1700, which should have been a leap year in the Julian calendar, was not a leap year in Sweden.

However, 1704 and 1708 became leap years by mistake. This left Sweden out of synchronization with both the Julian and the Gregorian calendars, so the country reverted back to the Julian calendar.

February 30, 1712, came into existence in Sweden when the Julian calendar was restored and 2 leap days were added that year.

Sweden's final conversion to the Gregorian calendar occurred in 1753, when a 10-day correction was applied so that February 17 became March 1 that year.

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      goo2eyes lm 

      6 years ago

      thanks for sharing your insights about the leap year. i was born in the year of the money, taurus during easter time. blessings for this wonderful lens.

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      6 years ago

      enjoyed seeing this article, I'd love my birthday to be on leap year, make it unique indeed.


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