June, the month of the summer solstice, is a perfect month to bring a new life into the world.Â While June marks the end of spring and most new beginnings, it also marks the beginning of summer when life flourishes.Â There are two possible origins of the name of this month.Â The first is a reference to the Roman goddess of marriage, Juno (Hera in Greek mythology).Â The second reference bears more relevance to your new babyâ€”the Latin word iuniores.Â The translation of this word is â€œyounger ones!â€
There isnâ€™t really a lot in the way of June holidays, but some important days in June include D-Day and Flag Day in the UK, Denmark, Argentina, and Romania.Â Motherâ€™s Day falls on the second Sunday in June in Luxembourg only, but Fatherâ€™s day falls in June in Belgium, the US, the UK, Mexico, Canada, and several other countries.
The birth flowers for the month of June include the honeysuckle and the rose.Â Honeysuckle traditionally stands for bonds of devotion, love, fidelity and generosity.Â Few flowers have as many meanings attributed to them as the rose.Â Depending on the type of rose, roses can indicate romantic love, secrecy, desire, gratitude, mourning, impossible hopes, modesty, joy, love at first sight, innocence, sacrifice, and much more.Â In the traditional language of flowers, roses are among the most important flowers.
June birthstones are the pearl, moonstone, and alexandrite.Â Alexandrite represents health and longevity.Â Moonstone represents change, new beginnings, and the shifting tides of emotion.Â Moonstone can help a wearer to alleviate stress, especially due to sudden changes in life.Â Moonstone is also believed to increase intuition and aid in lucid dreaming.Â Pearls symbolize purity of heart and faith, as well as growth and transformation through trying circumstances.
Babies born between June 1 and June 21 are Gemini signs.Â If you are a Gemini, you are a mutable air sign and your characteristics tend toward high energy and a thirst for new things.Â Your talents may include consolidating information and people and using what you learn to charm and inform other people you meet.Â Geminis sometimes struggle with repetitive tasks, but excel at communication.Â Gemini children often forget to finish their chores, but learn quickly.Â You can help a Gemini child to thrive by constantly providing new activities to keep him or her engaged at school and outside of it.Â Some Gemini celebrities include John F. Kennedy, (May 29), Marilyn Monroe (June 1), and Judy Garland (June 10).
If you were born after June 21, then you are a Cancer sign.Â Cancer is a water sign, and the center of a Cancerâ€™s life is usually home and family.Â Cancers are deeply rooted, almost like earth signs, but have a strong emotional current in their souls.Â They are often sensitive to slights, but have an inner sanctum within themselves which they can retreat to when threatened.Â Cancers look for stability, which means if your child is a Cancer, you will want to make sure your home life is as stable as possible.Â Later in life, Cancer will prefer stable jobs and relationships, and will notice immediately if something is amiss.Â Cancers have a deep emotional connection to the people and world around them.Â Two famous Cancers were Princess Di (July 1) and Nelson Mandela (July 18).
Both Gemini and Cancer are passionate signs which belong to individuals who connect strongly to others around them, so in your new Gemini or Cancer baby you should find a loving child with a deep nature.