The data show more children are born in America about nine months after winter’s coldest days than any other part of the year.
The months of July, August and September seem to be the most popular for births. More specifically, the most babies are born on Sept. 12, Sept. 18, Sept. 25 and Sept. 26, according to the data.
When it comes to holidays, few American babies were born on New Year’s Day, Fourth of July and Christmas. However, Valentine’s Day ranked as the top holiday for births. On average, about 12,210 babies were born on each Valentine’s Day.
Winter births seemed to be more sparse than the other seasons and summer babies are more likely, Lin says.
Below is the seasonal breakdown and the amount of babies born per day on average in that time of the year: