Born between August 23 and September 22, Virgo is an earth sign that is a sensible perfectionist, hard-working and caring friend.
Where’s the mess? Virgo found it. But Virgo did NOT make it.
Born between August 23 and September 22, the earth sign is represented by the goddess of wheat and agriculture. A Virgo loves predictability, organization, being on top of things and isn’t afraid to work hard to improve their skills and create their expected outcome.
Chaos isn’t going to fly with your babe. They crave order and routine
, even from the womb. If you gave birth
on your due date, it wouldn’t shock us if you said that you welcomed a Virgo. Earthside, you can help your teeny Virgo feel safe and calm by keeping a consistent schedule
As your Virgo grows, you’ll start to notice their perfectionist nature. A Virgo’s dedication to everything they want to invest in is fuelled by the fact that they’re are whip-smart with keen attention to detail. Virgos are problem-solvers, they don’t want to merely do well, they want to be the best at everything. When young, don’t be surprised if they start to walk, read and walk very quickly. There may not be any real competition in these areas, but a Virgo is ready to cross the finish line first.
In many ways, their drive and perfectionist nature is a great thing, but watch to make sure they don’t get too hard on themselves when things don’t go exactly to plan. To your benefit, when it comes to planning a family vacation or asking for a Christmas list, Virgo will meet the ask with a PowerPoint spreadsheet and down-to-the-minute itinerary. Their love of order and perfection makes them excellent planners and generally quite successful in their future careers. High achiever much?
Due to their attention to detail, it’s not uncommon for a Virgo to actually know best since since they’ve examined every angle of a situation. Try not to be upset if they seem smug when they say “I told you so,” they’re very loyal so it comes from a loving place.
Virgos are great at getting things done and are very independent but also thrive on feeling needed and love to care for those around them. Let them help you do things to scratch this itch, like taking care of a pet or doing tasks (an admin job might be a sweet spot) around the house, like making sure to remind you when you’re out of bread.
Everyone needs a Virgo in their life, but don’t dismiss their tender side. A Virgo puts themselves on a well-earned pedestal but any criticism, even constructive, can really sting. Do your best to frame your words, a Virgo just needs a little delicacy.