Spring is in the air, which can only mean one thing: It’s your birthday!
Babies born during the month of March have so much to celebrate, including all those amazing talents, winning personality traits, and natural abilities you've been blessed with since the day you were born.
In fact, several research studies suggest March babies are, in fact, born awesome!
Here's what your birthday month says about you, according to science:
March babies are eternal optimists
You see the glass half-full instead of half-empty, when life hands you lemons, you make lemonade, and no matter what obstacles are thrown your way, there’s always light at the end of the tunnel.
Looking on the bright side of life is basically a way of life for March babies!
March babies are high fliers
You soar through life… quite literally!
According to a UK study by the Office of National Statistics, March babies are statistically more likely to grow up to be pilots.
Are you ready for your career to take off? We’ll keep an eye out for you in the skies!
March babies are night owls
Brace yourself for some late nights!
One sleep study suggests babies born during spring and summer are more likely to stay up later than those born in fall and winter.
March babies stand tall
Could a basketball career be in the cards?
At the very least, reaching items on the top shelf won't be an issue: An Austrian study found that March (and April) babies stand taller than their peers.
March babies are healthy
You have health on your side!
A study by Columbia University concluded that those born during the month of March are not only at a decreased risk of respiratory, reproductive, cardiovascular, or neurological illnesses, but also a decreased risk of disease overall.
March babies are leaders
You’re a boss, but we knew that already!
What we didn’t know is March babies are statistically more likely to become a CEO. One study of 375 CEOs found that 12.5% were born in March, the highest-ranking month in the entire year. Ready to climb that ladder to the top?
March babies are creative
The wet weather around this time of year can put a bit of a damper on things, but a study by the University of Connecticut will certainly brighten your mood!
March babies are sharp-eyed
Word is, March babies are less prone to myopia, which is basically a fancy word for nearsightedness.
A study looked at 300,000 military applicants and found that those born during the summer months have the highest rates of severe shortsightedness, spring-born babies are less likely to have myopic eyes, while winter-born babies reportedly have the best rates.
March babies breathe strong
Allergy sufferers may dread the pollen that spring flowers bring, but research suggests March-born babies are less likely to suffer from asthma because of it.
The study found that early exposure to pollen during infancy actually strengthens your immune system, meaning we can all breathe a collective sigh of relief!