When I was pregnant, my son’s due date (on Feb. 6) was a mere two weeks away from the Aquarius/Pisces cut-off, and I desperately wanted an Aquarius baby. Not that I wouldn’t have loved a Pisces — I’m sure there are perfectly lovely Pisces people out there — but I loved the idea of a thoughtful, open-minded, intellectual child. I’ve always been a highly emotional person, and the Aquarius sign is known to put logic over emotion — a trait I’ve always envied.
My son was born on Feb. 7, a sure Aquarius. Until now, of course. Now he is a Capricorn — and my mind is blown.
Rebecca told us about the new zodiac sign dates (specifically the newest sign added, Ophiuchus) based on the fact that the earth’s equilatorial alignment has changed in the last 3,000 years, shifting the signs. And unlike Rebecca, who is ambivalent to astrology, I’ve always felt that your zodiac sign is a form of identity. It’s also the only way for an expectant mother to possibly get a sense for her new baby’s personality. Is it accurate? Nope, usually not. (Although many parts of my personality are consistent with my former Virgo sign.) But it’s a fun way to predict what your baby might be like and to feel connected to him or her.
If you’re like me and researched your baby’s future sign — some couples even PLAN for a particular sign — you might have been thrown for a loop with the news. Continue reading for cute ways to add your baby’s new zodiac sign into the nursery preparation:
Use your baby’s new zodiac sign to decorate the nursery with these Zodiac Art Prints by Mad Design, $22.
You can even use your baby’s new zodiac sign as a birth print, $18, from Little Pig Press.
Or you can use your baby’s new zodiac sign as a source of inspiration. Phosplus, $24.99
Or be a little more subtle with this Sagittarius Tree of Life print, $18, from Sage Trees. (Do you see the sign in the leaves?)
You can also decorate with fun Jonathan Adler zodiac pillows.
Find out your new Zodiac sign (and more cool products!) here.