BIRTHS: What the stars say about the babies born this week; CELEBRATIONS.
ARIES (Mar 21-Apr 19)
THE chart formation around this week's tots first shows freedom- loving Pisceans who enjoy having plenty of scope for their many interests in life, and then from Friday at 1am the livewire Ariens start to arrive. Midwives will spot the difference right away!
TUESDAY'S CHILD is someone who has a tendency to stretch him or herself in far too many directions at times, perhaps trying to keep up with social or leisure activities. This tot will be sociable, yet could be more highly strung in early life, but fresh air and cuddles will help!
WEDNESDAY'S CHILD has such a deeply loving soul. Could be this youngster is artistic, musical or very drawn to psychology. Love will burn very brightly, not just in romance but in all spheres of life, as there's a strong urge to connect, be a team, make a difference. Money won't be lacking. Bath time will be enjoyed!
THURSDAY'S CHILD is absent minded and dreamy and may seem sedate at times, but as life unfolds, so too does a more adventurous and enterprising nature. This one will travel far, possibly through work. University or college would be beneficial so long as no "pushing" is necessary, or you'll see a wee stubborn streak!
FRIDAY'S CHILD as of 1am will be Aries the pioneer, the assertive go getter with clear ambitions. If born after 12:16pm an even sharper intelligence could mean life is more hectic but this smart tot will thrive on intelligence testing toys. Those born today should do well in life.
SATURDAY'S CHILD has a need to keep proving him or herself and should be encouraged to stop and enjoy the here and now. May in early life be a teensy bit competitive with sibling females, but will become more mellow and philosophical with age.
SUNDAY'S CHILD is a Star Trek type who wants to "go boldly where no man has gone before" and so a stair gate and locking cupboard doors may be helpful! This little Aries loves being on the move and home is any place there's warmth and welcome! Sporting interests are likely.
MONDAY'S CHILD might come into the world a wee bit wary of others and could be a slightly slower developer, but suddenly will surprise everyone, just you watch! Unusual talent surrounds this child, possibly inherited from a grand or even great grandparent. One to watch.
TOMORROW: Bruce Willis, actor, 48
THURSDAY: Dame Vera Lynn, singer, 86
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Mar 18, 2003|
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