Astrology Business

I was reading through Paula Soul’s blog and she had the cutest post about her dog’s astrology! So I decided to look up my kids! It’s scary close to their personalities too!

I visited this website!

My oldest, Kelcie, just turned four and is a scorpio:

The Scorpio child is penetrating and intense, something which might lead other kids to misunderstand them. These youngsters aren’t necessarily trying to be nosy, they just have an intense desire to know what’s what. They might be a little less than subtle in their approach with their schoolmates, but at least they’re candid! Motivated as they are to get to the bottom of things, once the Scorpio child gets something in their mind, well, that’s it. Trying to sway these pups is like moving the rock of Gibraltar! Resourceful as well, the Scorpio child will do well on a fact-finding mission, whether it’s looking for a good matinee or seizing the best deal on a new bike. This child’s mind is also geared toward scientific and investigative pursuits, so encourage their love affair with their chemistry set. That said, be sure this combustible tyke is experimenting out of doors! As they can be quite mysterious as well, it will be hard to tell exactly what the Scorpio child is feeling, something which may make it hard for this sprite to attract friends. This child can also be a bit jealous of others, making for some ruffled feathers at the playground. Even so, those kids who do bring the Scorpio child into their circle will grow to appreciate their passionate and all-knowing friend.

My youngest, Rowan, is only five months and is a virgo:

For better or for worse, the Virgo baby is plenty fussy! How else do you expect these kids to grow up to be perfectionists? Get used to it: The Virgo baby can be quite particular and needs to have a routine. At least having a routine isn’t all bad, but don’t even think of changing it! This baby will not respond well to lots of change. The Virgo baby can also be picky about food, so keep it simple at mealtimes. Aside from these peculiarities, this tot doesn’t require a lot. A clean bedroom and simple clothing are sure to keep this baby dry-eyed. The Virgo baby is quite good at amusing itself for hours with the most basic of games, feeling very little need for the attention of others. The Virgo child also wants to talk early on, probably earlier than most of the other babies around. There’s a lot going on in that mind wanting to come out! From an early age, this baby can also be seen as mother’s little helper, as the need to serve others is a strong Virgo trait. They also won’t make a fuss over their accomplishments, since by nature these kids are a bit shy. To sum up, the Virgo baby is fine on their own but also happy to help others, loves cleanliness, and can easily keep themselves amused. All this adds up to a pretty good (albeit picky!) kid.

I’m a LEO, here’s what the stars say about Kelcie and me:

When a Scorpio child is born to a Leo parent, they often create a vigorous and powerful team. Parent and child understand each other’s needs well; Scorpio needs to be respected and desired while Leo wants to be adored and complimented. This family team is strongly loyal, often possessive of each other’s time. Both relatives are pillars of strength for the other, and both are able to provide what the other needs. They enjoy each other’s strong suits. Laughing together and enjoying time spent with the family, they will have few disagreements. However, sometimes Leo’s acerbic personality can bruise Scorpio’s sensitive feelings. Most often, occasions like these stem from a misunderstanding rather than malice. Both Signs respond favorably to one another’s strengths. Scorpio wants to feel cherished and supported by their parent. Leo wants to be adored and admired by their child. The best aspect of the Leo-Scorpio family relationship is their mutual dedication to each other and the projects they partake in. Both Signs have very powerful, yet strategically different, personalities. They are seen as a strong family by others, and their mutual commitment to fulfilling their goals makes theirs a powerful relationship.

What the stars say about Rowan and me:

When a Virgo child is born to a Leo parent, a surface glance would make one think that they have no common interests and nothing to learn from each other. Leo is outgoing, dominant, charismatic, and often a little short-tempered. Virgo is studious and quiet, possessed of a more reserved nature than Leo. Although these two family members seem completely different, they form a wonderful bond once each person learns to accept the other’s unfamiliar style. Virgo appreciates their parent’s creative flair, and Leo is amazed at how much their child can accomplish in a day. Planning events comes easily to this family team. The Leo parent whisks their child off into many new experiences, and Virgo’s world opens up under their influence. Leo may feel at their child takes things a little too seriously. On the other hand, Virgo may accuse their parent of being egocentric and overbearing. Once they get beyond their differences, they can learn from one another. Leo teaches Virgo about fun and excitement, about the spontaneity that is often missing in Virgo’s life. Virgo teaches Leo to have patience. The best aspect of the Leo-Virgo family relationship is their effectiveness as a family unit. Virgo child provides the support beam that the family relies on, and Leo sees to the fun. Virgo works hard behind the scenes and follows up on details that Leo has lost interest in. Their personalities, opposite in so many ways, make them a highly complementary family.


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Paulasoul
    Jan 31, 2009 @ 06:34:05

    Okay so, My mom is a Leo, which makes you and Kelcie like Lisa and my momma! Cool! So they ARE supposed to get along? Who knew?


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