Is your birthday a problem day? As in, does it fall on a holiday or anniversary that you would just rather not compete with? Does it matter at all?
I think it would be a little annoying, or maybe even greatly annoying, to have one's birthday on the following day of the year in the USA.
January 1 - (How many adults are hungover that day?)
February 14 - (You'll always get pink wrapping on your presents. Good for some, bad for others.)
Memorial Day/Veteran's Day - (Good if all your family does is barbecue, not so good if someone in your family died in service to his/her country.)
July 4th - (I think you can only tell the kid for so long that all the fireworks are just for him/her.)
September 11 - (Yeah. Who wants a party THAT day.)
October 31 - (You're only going to have ONE theme for your party for your WHOLE LIFE.)
The whole month of December. - (Your birthday presents are under the Christmas tree.)
Now some holidays aren't any big deal probably. Flag Day, National Hula Hoop Day, Labor Day, and those of that kind that don't draw the greeting card industry aren't going to be much of a challenge. Leap year can be a challenge.
What do you think? Any birthday challenges out there, or is it not even on the radar?