Have a loved one born in September? Did you know there are some interesting facts about September borns? For example, some traits are commonly associated with those born in this month. We've gathered facts as supported by studies and some as predicted by their horoscope. So, without further ado, let's dive into six interesting facts about September babies! 1. September Babies Are Happier Based on Time, people born in autumn months are less likely to suffer from depression. They're also least likely to suffer from bipolar disorder. However, they are also more prone to be irritable. September babies might be one of two signs, which are Virgo and Libra, and both of these signs are perceived to have a practical, kind and thoughtful approach to life. They are also more harmonious and love to help people in need. They are also less likely to get involved in petty crimes, thefts or indulge in juvenile behaviour. 2. September Babies Are Smart Those born in September are prone to have higher scores than their peers, based on a study by the National Bureau of Economic Research. They're more likely to have higher overall test scores and accepted to better schools. Your Virgo September Babies are more likely to be logical, practical and organised, which can help them when they start school. 3. September Babies Are Good Teammates They qualities of their zodiac signs are great traits for teams. Virgos are hardworking and analytical, while Libras are cooperative and diplomatic. This would also be very handy because most people that are born in this month are athletic. Also, their qualities would be perfect to be in a sport that requires teamwork. 4. They're Taller Than Most People Those that are born in this month are supposedly a bit taller than those born in winter or spring. This could be because of the high levels of vitamin D the mothers were exposed to right before their due dates, based on a study conducted by the Bristol University. Their bones are even thicker than most. 5. September Babies Tend to Live Longer People born in September are more likely to live to be 100. From a study by the University of Chicago, out of 1,500 people that are aged 100 or older, most of them are born in either September or November. The researchers of the study suggested that the people born in these months were less likely to suffer from seasonal infections early in life, which could impact their life-long health. 6. They'll Have a Bright Future Ahead A lot of successful people you might know are born in September. Some of the celebrities you might recognise that are born in this month include Jungkook of BTS, Will Smith, Zendaya, Beyonc\u00e9, Keanu Reeves, Serena Williams and even the Duke of Sussex himself, Prince Harry. Who knows, your September baby might follow their footsteps and become successful people themselves. Regardless of their career path, they'll be successful. Extra September Facts Here are even more facts about the month to tell your September baby about. 1. Most Popular Birthdates are in September September might not be the month with the most birth month but the most birthdays are in September. 2. Birth Flowers The birth flowers of this month are the morning glory and aster. Aster is known to symbolise love, wisdom, faith and innocence. These flowers carry off positive vibes that people once used them to ward off evil spirits and negative energy. Morning glories are also associated with love. Each colour carries a different meaning: \tBlue represents enduring love, desire and power \tPurple symbolises grace, wealth and hopefulness \tPink is for gratitude and energy \tRed means passion and strength \tWhite morning glories means purity and innocence Now that you know that, you can give these flowers to your September baby or to any mother that will give birth this month. 3. It was Originally the Seventh Month September was taken from the Latin word, 'septem' which means 'seven'. In the original Roman calendar, September was actually the seventh month of the year. The calendar was then adjusted to include January and February. 4. The Only Month with the Same Number of Letters Yes, you read that right, September is the only month with the same number of letters. If you can't believe it, you can count for yourself. You'll find that this month has nine letters, just like the number of the month. Knowing this might make you feel this month is even more unique than the rest. 5. 16 September Is Malaysia Day, Among Many Others As Malaysians, we will celebrate Malaysia Day every 16th of September. Other international days you might want to celebrate include: \t5th September - International Charity Day \t8th September - International Literacy Day \t10th September - Suicide Prevention Awareness Day \t21st September - International Day of Peace \t23rd September - International Sign Language Day \t30th September - International Translation Day Celebrate September If you know anyone born in this month, make sure to celebrate it with them. You can give them their birth flower or just spend the day doing the things they love. If you don't have anyone you know born in this month, you can still celebrate the international days listed above. If you're expecting a baby this month, be sure to keep in mind that the listed qualities might not be true to everyone. However, if you're looking forward to have a September baby, set a date between late December to January. If you're a September yourself, do you agree with the qualities listed? Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is for informational purposes only and should not be considered as medical advice from Motherhood. For any health-related concerns, it is advisable to consult with a qualified healthcare professional or medical practitioner. For more insightful stories and fun recipes, stay tuned to Motherhood Story!