What’s your baby’s birth flower?

for your bun­dle

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Did you know that each month has its own spe­cial birth flower?

START A BEAU­TI­FUL fam­ily tra­di­tion by hav­ing a gor­geous bou­quet of your baby’s birth month flower in the house when you re­turn home af­ter giv­ing birth. Press the petals as a keep­sake. Or, you could plant the flower in your gar­den to en­joy as your baby grows. What’s your pre­cious lit­tle one’s birth month flower? Jan­uary Car­na­tions. Mean­ing: Love, ded­i­ca­tion and com­fort Fe­bru­ary Vi­o­lets. Mean­ing: Hu­mil­ity and loy­alty March Daf­fodils. Mean­ing: Re­spect, ded­i­ca­tion, mu­tual af­fec­tion April Sweet peas. Mean­ing: In­no­cence, youth and pu­rity May Sun­flower. Mean­ing: Power, longevity, pos­i­tiv­ity, strength June Roses. Mean­ing: Love July Wa­ter lily. Mean­ing: Beauty, pu­rity and en­light­en­ment Au­gust Gla­di­oli. Mean­ing: Faith­ful­ness, sin­cer­ity and in­tegrity Septem­ber For­get- me- nots. Mean­ing: Love, re­fine­ment and good luck Oc­to­ber Marigolds. Mean­ing: Cheer­ful­ness, hu­mil­ity and warmth Novem­ber Chrysan­the­mum. Mean­ing: Last­ing friend­ship, loy­alty, de­vo­tion De­cem­ber Nar­cis­sus. Mean­ing: Pros­per­ity, clar­ity and in­spi­ra­tion YP

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