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Do You Know What Time You Were Born?


I read in interesting article in the Washington Post that I thought I would share.

Most babies in the United States are born on a weekday, with the highest percentages delivered between 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., and from noon to 1 p.m., according to a report published Friday by the National Center for Health Statistics.

My Mom Told me that I was born on a Monday at 2:55am
in Montreal General Hospital.

twshield 8 Mar 8

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I was born at 11:59 pm. I know this because, when the doctor recorded my time of birth, my mother remarked that I was early, "She wasn't due until tomorrow." Since it was only a minute's difference, the doctor offered to make my birthday the expected one (the 22nd) instead of the unexpected one. (the 21st). Luckily, she declined, and I have this story to help me remember my birth time.

That is awesome! Thank you for that!


Born at 7am on a Wednesday. My Mother would say "Wednesdays child is full of Woe" ....Charming i'm sure.

I'm with you.

i have heard this saying too!


Why Yes. Yes I Do. And it means alot to me. 1:11am almost 56 years ago.( In Hollywood, Ca ) Easy to remember ! It means the Angels are with me ! πŸ™‚

means lot to me also. i asked my mom many years ago and have never forgotten


I was born at 9:01 AM, on a Wednesday, at Providence Hospital, in Seattle, Washington.

SamL Level 7 Mar 8, 2018

are you a morning person?

No, I've always been a night owl.


I'm a twin, I was born at 11:10 am, she was first at 10:55, so what was I doing for 15 minutes?? no idea, but I was not expected to make it, so they gave her the name "Maude" lol, glad I waited.

lol.....You were being a DIVA! A Diva is never on time lol

@twshield haha, so true, in real life, NOT a Diva tho

@Funeralgirl i know, it was a good joke tho...


Idk but I know it was in the middle of a storm.

some believe that babies born during storms turn out to be the black sheep of the family! πŸ˜‰

Well, I can not verify that belief, but it does coincide with my situation. @twshield

@NothinnXpreVails lol


My mother told me it was 11:15am. Tuesday.


It's on my original birth certificate. Doing this now from memory I think I was born on Sunday at 12.06 AM. If so that would make my middle name "Odour" in Luo language which is someone born at midnight. OK, I'm not African nor am I Luo. We will leave that mystery for Obama who had a USA Kansas mother and an African Luo father.


2:25pm AEST.


I was born within a few minutes of noon - either before or after - but ny parents don't know for certain if I was a morning or afternoon baby.

They just recall that a few minutes after my birth they noticed the time was a few minutes after noon.

good you have an idea though!


I was born at 7:38pm Friday March 13th, 1964

Friday the 13th ! Does that affect you at all ?

@flowerchild62 explains a lot

that's awesome!


All four of my children were born on the weekends in evening hours.

what about you?


Wednesday at 552 pm


in a time where being born out of wedlock was not good at all


I don't know what day of the week I was born, but it was just after midnight so I could be born on my sister's birthday.

interesting...just google your birthday and it will tell you what day of the week

@twshield *Tuesday😘 Old English T?wesdæg (pronounced [?ti?wezdæj]), meaning "Tiw's day". Tiw (Norse Týr) was a one-handed god associated with single combat and pledges in Norse mythology and also attested prominently in wider Germanic paganism. The name of the day is also related to the Latin name dies Martis, "Day of Mars".

@Paul628 interesting!


8:05 am.


On a Tuesday at 6:17 pm. Or at least I think they had calendars and clocks back then. HAHAHA!

and no time wasn't measured by sun dials lol


5;25 am


Saturday 3:30 PM PST


11:57PM My BD only lasts 3 minutes. LOL!

lol good one!


I was born on a Saturday, not sure on the time but think it was early morning. My daughter was born on a Monday at 4 pm. Both of us outside the "norm", in more ways than one. LOL

I'm trying to understand the times they are suggesting. We have a 3 hr time difference from coast to coast. How does that work? And aren't there many more "scheduled" births now? So the timing would be on a surgery schedule. IDK, the time window seems too small.

i thought about that too but i guess the times would still apply to each time zone

@twshield, but how? Nature doesn't know about time zones.

@BeeHappy not sure but if you don't go by your time zone it would cause you to have many birth times

@twshield, do you know that time zones didn't start in the US until 1883 and only because the railroad needed them for their time schedules.

@BeeHappy i actually had no idea in reference to usa cause i was not born here


Tuesday 1:31 A.M.


On a Friday at 9:32 AM. Just so happens tomorrow is another Friday, and at 9:32 AM I will begin another trip around the sun. Party on! πŸ™‚

lol thats right!


I was born on a Thursday around 2:00 PM.

balou Level 8 Mar 8, 2018
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