The wait for a baby can get really tedious, so it’s no surprise moms-to-be get impatient to learn anything they can about their impending arrival. If you’ve cycled through their prospective sun signs and your baby will arrive before spring, here are a few facts about winter babies that might help you get to know your little one before they make their debut.
Winter babies have a few interesting things going for them, and the differences between infants born during cold months and others are often attributed to the availability of vitamin D, both in utero and outside the womb, according to the American Pregnancy Organization. It’s fascinating to consider how much…
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