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Astrology for kids: What to expect from Aquarius

Born between January 20 and February 18, Aquarius is vibrant, bubbly, curious, intelligent, a friend to all and a bit of a rebel. 

Ah, Aquarius. The name and symbol may give off water sign vibes, but don’t be fooled. Aquarius is an air sign. 

Like the air current that represents them, Aquarius is easy-breezy and go-with-the-flow. They are curious and intellectual. Adamantly standing up for what they believe is right, don’t be surprised if you find yourself in a tangle with your mini Aquarius. If your oldest got even the slightest bit of an extra scoop or four more minutes of screentime, you’re going to hear about it with strong points on why it was an injustice. They may just grow up to be an activist or social worker. 

Well-liked and very social, get ready for a steady stream of friendships as your little one grows. You may question the curation of friendships — they will span many interests and walks of life — but Aquarius sees companionship in anyone who is also caring and forward-thinking

Strong communicators, an Aquarius is down with a plan. As they grow their social calendar will fill up with events, meet-ups and playdates. Famous for getting FOMO, your young Aquarius likes to keep busy. 

As a creative dreamer, you’ll be awed at their bounding ideas. And with Mercury and Saturn in their chart, you won’t need to worry about those big plans going flat. These planets are grounding and help propel dreams into reality. 

A true rebel, Aquarius likes to push the boundaries. Don’t tell them they can’t, because they, in fact, ~will~!

With these big plans and that bustling social life, Aquarius can be impatient if things don’t go the way they want. They know what they want and when they want it (now!). And with those floating dreams and schemes, don’t be alarmed by a touch of absentmindedness. As peppy as they can be, Aquarius can match it in pessimism. Make sure you encourage them to keep that at bay. 

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