YOUR JUNE BABY

June 01, 2022 5 min read

Summer babies, it’s your time to shine! June babies have a sunny disposition and a way of getting along with everyone they meet. Congratulations to the Mamas welcoming bubbly, affectionate June babies this month!

Important Dates for your 2022 June Baby:

  • Your baby will graduate high school in 2040, and if they attend college, they’ll get their diploma in 2044.
  • Brace yourself, mama. That means your little one will start kindergarten in 2027!
  • The first election your baby votes in will be 2040.
  • And their 21st birthday will be celebrated in 2043!
  • Finally, to compare your 2022 babies to events that have happened in your lifetime, think about this. Your 2022 June baby was born:

75 years afterthe Roswell Incident:

the famous debris crash that sparked the imagination of conspiracy theorists. Whether it really was a flying saucer or a nuclear test surveillance balloon, you can still visit Roswell, NM for some fun alien-centric tourism.

20 yearsafter the Euro became the official currencyof 12 European countries.

Today, 19 countries within the EU use the Euro. As of May 2022, the US exchange rate is $1.07 for every €1.

15 yearsafter the first iPhoneis announced

by Steve Jobs during a keynote address. The original price was $599 in 2007, which is the equivalent of $819.64 in 2022.


Personality Traits of your June Baby:

  • People born in June are often described as social butterflies, a fitting description for these summer babies. They are talented communicators who tend to collect friends wherever they go. People born in June possess a natural charisma that draws others to them.
  • June welcomes babies of acurious nature. They ask a lot of questions and are excited to learn, whether it’s in school or building a backyard experiment. It’s no surprise that there have been 80 Nobel Prize Winners born in June over the years! That includes Bertha Von Suttner, the first woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 1905.
  • A June birthday can even be a sign ofgood health! Astudy published in the journalHeliyon in 2015 found a link between having a June birthday and a higher birth weight, being taller, and even a later start to puberty in girls. According to the research, increased Vitamin D exposure could have something to do with healthy summer babies.
  • But what makes your June baby truly unique is they were born into your family. No matter what dream they decide to chase, your June baby will always look to you for support. Whether they are accepting a science fair ribbon, taking a bow on center stage, or simply spreading kindness, your June baby is sure to make you proud.

May Birth Month Fun Facts:

 The June birthstone is pearl.

Pearls are a unique gemstone worthy of a June baby. Unlike most birthstones, they’re not found in the ground, but rather in the ocean. Pearls are naturally formed by certain clams and oysters and are said to represent a wish.

June’s birth flowers are roseand honeysuckle.

Such fragrant flowers make for a beautiful June birthday bouquet. Roses have long been used to represent different messages for a recipient, which speaks to the talkative nature of many June babies. Sweet honeysuckle is a favorite among hummingbirds, just as those born in June attract many friends.

The most popular birth dates in June are the 27th, 28th, and 30th, in that order.

There are anywhere from 11,500 to 11,600 babies born on those days, according to data analyzed in 2020. In general, summer is a very popular season to be born!

While June 8th is the least commonJune birthday.

In comparison to all other birth dates, 6/8 ranks 208th in popularity. To see how popular your baby’s date of birth is, check out this chart that uses data on babies born from 1994 to 2014.

There are two zodiac signs for babies born in June:

Geminis are born before June 21st and are best known as a talkative air sign. They’re represented by the twins, which symbolize an at times contradictory personality. Born after June 21st are the Cancers, ruled by the moon. These water signs are sensitive, intuitive, and make for lifelong friends. Read more about what the zodiac signs mean for your baby in our zodiac series.

Famous People Born in June:

Many celebrities of the red carpet celebrate a birthday in June, including:

  • Marilyn Monroe – 6/1/1926
  • Meryl Streep – 6/22/1949
  • Johnny Depp – 6/9/1963
  • Nicole Kidman – 6/20/1967
  • Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen– 6/13/1986

Musicians born in June have devoted fans across all genres:

  • Judy Garland – 6/10/1922
  • Prince – 6/7/1958
  • Cyndi Lauper – 6/22/1953
  • Alanis Morrisette – 6/1/1974
  • Ariana Grande – 6/26/1993

The world is a better place thanks to the many courageous and visionary people born in June, such as:

  • Helen Keller — 6/27/1880
  • Josephine Baker – 6/3/1906
  • Jacques Cousteau – 6/11/1910
  • Anne Frank – 6/12/1929
  • George Orwell – 6/25/1903

There are plenty of fictional charactersborn in June, too:

  • Donald Duck – June 9th
  • Forrest Gump – 6/6/1944
  • Eric Matthews (Boy Meets World) – 6/24/1978
  • Draco Malfoy (Harry Potter) – 6/5/1980
  • Elena Gilbert (The Vampire Diaries) – 6/22/1992

June Historical Events:

  • June 17th, 1885 – The Statue of Liberty arrived in New York City Harbor. A gift symbolizing friendship and hope between two nations, the gleaming bronze statue arrived from France on the ship Isère. Lady Liberty’s iconic figure greeted immigrants arriving to Ellis Island, hoping for refuge and to build a better life. “The New Colossus,” the 1883 poem by Emma Lazarus, captures the legacy of Lady Liberty in the famous lines, “Give me your tired, your poor, /Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.”
  • June 19th, 1910 – The very first Father’s Day was celebrated in Spokane, Washington. Sonora Smart Dodd, the originator of the holiday, was raised by her single father along with five siblings after her mother passed away. Her dad, William Jackson Smart, was born in June, which is why the month was chosen. In 1972, President Nixon made Father’s Day a national observance for the third Sunday in June. To all you dads out there, whether it’s your first time celebrating, or it marks another wonderful year of fatherhood, Happy Father’s Day!
  • June 4th, 1919 – The Nineteenth Amendment, which granted women the right to vote, was approved by the United State Senate. This momentous occasion came 71 years after the Seneca Falls Convention; the first women’s rights convention in the US. While the victory of women’s suffrage came in 1919, it would be another four decades until the Voting Rights Act finally outlawed racial discrimination and disenfranchisement of African American voters at the state and local levels.

Snapshot of Life in June 2022:

When your little one asks what the world was like when they were born, here’s what you can tell them!

  • The most popular songs on the radio at the start of June were First Class” by Jack Harlow,As It Was” by Harry Styles, and "N95" by Kendrick Lamar.
  • The 2022 Atlantic Hurricane season began June 1st and predictions favor higher than average activity, likely stemming from ongoing La Niña conditions.
  •  Movies released in June include Jurassic Park Dominationwith the reunion of the original Jurassic Parkcast, the Pixar prequel Lightyear, and Austin Butler plays the title role in Elvis.

Major news headlines included:

Happy Birthday to all June babies!



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