By knowing your child's
moon sign, you learn about the personality traits to expect from his or
her, because the moon sign determines a child's emotional imprint. If your
child has a moon in Sagittarius, you've got a happy and adventure-seeking child
on your hands, As a parent, you should expect your child to be:
Optimism is an interesting quality to
identify in a child, but for the most part, children with a Sagittarius moon
are generally positive regardless of what is occurring in their worlds. They
just see all the reasons to be happy. On the occasions where they may hurt
themselves or not get what they want, they bounce back very quickly and are on
to the next happy adventure.
These children need to play outdoors a lot.
It might be tempting to allow them a good deal of screen time, but be sure to
manage this. Too much screen time of the latter will make these naturally happy
children unruly due to energy overload. Sagittarian moon children need to run,
jump, swing, kick rocks, and just play hard. They need to get close to nature
often so they can defuse the extra energy Jupiter gives them.
3. Free speaking
You might be little embarrassed
when these children start talking and asking questions. Sagittarian moon
children have a need to speak whatever is on their minds. The saying "from the
mouths of babes," undoubtedly originated with someone with a Sagittarius moon
child. These kids will ask a woman with a large belly if she's pregnant. They
are innocent and curious, and likely will never lose these qualities. People
will be offended; you will apologize time and time again. Just take a deep
breath and keep moving. It's a gift and a curse.
Parenting a child with a
Sagittarius moon means many surprises, because these kids will act without
thinking. Be sure to always hold their hands in park structures, or when pets
are around, because they will move faster than you can say your own name.
Their love for adventure and need
for outdoor play means they will usually thrive in organized sports. Put your
Sagittarius moon child on the team as soon as he or she can run without
falling. They need to compete and push themselves. You will have a lifelong
athlete in this child, so be that a sport he or she loves is part of the
experience. Get ready to make lots of road trips through the years.