In case you didn’t know, Ed is a leap year baby which means that he (technically) turned 14 ¾* on February 28**. Or, if you look at the picture, he turned one. I doubt that he’d be picky about either of those ages.
Do You Know A Leap Year Baby?
* He doesn’t look a day over 14 ½.
** He celebrates February 28 as his birthday.
Belated birthday greetings Ed.
I have a niece in Brockville, who is also a Leap Year Baby.
She was the only Leap Year Baby I ever knew, until now.
14 3/4??? That’s too funny!
My nephew was born last leap year, so he’s technically still 0. 🙂 Those teenage years are hard, Sarah. Be patient with him 🙂
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That’s so cool! I actually DO know a leap year “baby”..she went to highschool with me! She celebrates the 28th too.
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Happy 14 & 3/4 Ed! Hope you enjoyed your/not your day. 😀
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I’m glad that I’m not a leap year birthday child and no I’ve never met anyone who was. I think as a child it must seem very strange. Belated birthday greetings from the land of snow!
That is very strange. Kinda hard to deal with but happy birthday ED. My marital anniversary was on a leap because my ex-husband thought it would be funny only having to buy me a present every four years. Thus you can see why we divorced (JK) LOL
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I don’t know anyone with a Leap Year birthday but it sounds like it would be neat!
Happy birthday, Ed!!
Happy Birthday Ed! Many, many more! I do not know any other leap year birthday babies!
My kids are fascinated by Leap Years and have asked questions many times about what happens with birthdays. We do not know anybody who has the birthday of Feb 28, but we are currently recruiting friends who meet that requirement!