Know Your Child by Astrology Sign – Virgo To Pisces

Astrology sign can decide your child's future

Virgo (August 22 – September 23). Children under the sign of Virgo are known for always wanting to help in some way. They have a truly caring heart. Many grow up to be teachers, doctors, nurses or police officers. They are calm souls who can handle any type of stressful situation like a pop quiz or a fire drill at school. Whenever a classmate is in trouble, they are the one the kids will go to. You never have to nag a Virgo about cleaning their room – it is spotless!

Libra (September 24 – October 23). This child is one with true charm and lovely manners. You’ll never have to tell this child to behave when you are out in public. The biggest challenge with a Libra child, however, is getting them to make a decision. If you offer them chocolate or strawberry milk – you will probably be waiting for quite some time while they consider this delicious option. Better just give them both! The Libra child has a beautiful smile you will often receive compliments from strangers on how lovely your child is.

Scorpio (October 24 – November 22). A Scorpio child is rather unique. Many of these children are known for wanting to investigate things. Not only do they have bright minds and an inquisitive nature – but they also have a great intensity about wanting to know simply everything. The challenge with a Scorpio child is that they will apply this intensity to what pleases them. So if they love history then they will exhaust the library and The History Channel learning all they can. But their math homework will go ignored despite pleas, bribes, begging and outright threats! Even if the Scorpio child is not seen as a good student – they are always very, very smart.

Sagittarius (November 23 – December 22). Everyone knows and loves the Sagittarius child. This child has a wonderful sense of humor. But sometimes they can take things a bit too far – they can have a real love of practical jokes and gags. Once you’ve been the victim of one of the Sag child’s little pranks – you know they have a natural talent and skill for this that goes far beyond what the everyday child possesses. Sag children are also confident travelers. This is the child who at a very young age is asking to go places. They want to go to Grandma’s by themselves. They want to go to the store by themselves. They want to go to Timbuktu by themselves. You get the idea. Gotta love that Sag child!

Capricorn (December 23 – January 20). These children are wise old souls. Capricorn children will look at you and you know that they understand things far beyond their years. They are not just intelligent: they are wise. These children also possess a great business sense. Their lemonade stand is the best on the block. Capricorn children are able to create their own business in the blink of an eye. They are the child that winds up having everyone work for them and make it fun. Just like Huck Finn had everyone paint that fence – the Capricorn is an excellent negotiator!

Aquarius (January 21 – February 19). These children are quite inventive and original. Aquarius children love to take things apart. You may be a little frustrated by having your DVD player taken apart piece by piece on a regular basis – but it is quite impressive that they can put it back together so very well. Even the ones without mechanical ability are very inventive. They create recipes, new dances, new inventions of every stripe. These children certainly hear the beat of a different drum.

Pisces (February 20 – March 20). These dreamy, imaginative children may look like they are looking off into space at nothing – but that isn’t quite the case. They are very much with it. But often these children have great psychic abilities. Or sometimes they are talking to relatives that are off in the great beyond. Fish children love the water, everything about it. They learn to swim at a very young age – basically the same time they learn to walk. Sometimes they can throw real tantrums but that’s just their dramatic streak.

Source by Matthias Zeitler

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