We have often heard that more babies are born during the full moon. This is actually not true. The research of Dr Eugen Jonas indicates there is a natal lunar phase connection to 85% of conceptions each month and the mothers natal lunar moon phase also effects the birth day of the baby.
How long does a moon phase last? Answer: 4 days total.
Knowing there is four days to a moon phase, I would calculate by including the two days before and two days after your natal moon phase day for the baby to be born to qualify as a moon phase baby.
Looking at statistics of a few people I know:
Evidence Case One. My son was born two days before my moon phase day. Yes, he is a moon phase birth.
Evidence Case Two. July 22, 2013, Prince George was born to Catherine Middleton on her exact moon phase day. Perfect alignment. Both have a waxing moon at 99%. May 2, 2015, Princess Charlotte was born 1 day before exact moon phase alignment of her mother. The newly expected third baby, according to Catherine's natal moon phase, should be a girl born April 29, 2018 or within 2 days before or 2 days after.
Evidence Case Three. My older brother was born 2 days after his mother's phase day. I was 7 days after. My younger brother was 4 days before. Interesting approximates, but only the older brother truly qualifies for same moon phase as the mother.
Evidence Case Four. CBB had her first daughter born 8 days after, and her second daughter born 6 days after her moon phase day. Interesting approximates of two daughters to each other but not close to the mother's moon phase. Maybe I have the mother's birth information wrong.
This has been a small study, but it does reveal significant information. The mother's moon phase does influence the child. A possible factor for not being in sync might be environmental stressors of the home, work, relationships, and the world. Try this quick stress test to see your stress level.
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P.S. Go to the blog titled secondary infertility to find directions to your moon phase information. If you need further direction send me a message. I might be able to help.