Such dynamism, such energy, such vivacity, such impulsiveness! Naranbaatar
don't care much for constraints and hold their freedom very dear. Adaptable, quick as a flash and always in a hurry; they are particularly curious. They move through life with skill and ease; grabbing the opportunities that life offers them with both hands, not always entirely conscience of the potential dangers. While they are inquisitive creatures, they themselves remain secretive and reserved, or even cynical and mocking; preferring to hide their true personality and cultivate an air of mystery, and are indeed quite enigmatic. Energetic and directive, they have a great need for action and motivation. This could be expressed as an extreme mobility, a high level of nervous tension or a love of sport. They intend to win in the game of life and believe, with a certain amount of complaisance, that they are already among the favourites. They are undisciplined and even cheeky in spite of their rather shy nature. Naranbaatar
's flaws are the foibles of their strengths: impatience, instability, emotional outbursts, aggression and sometimes a lack of discernment or subtlety. They reject established authority and answer to no law but their own, while their views can be somewhat radical. Their path in life will be sinuous, as they change direction many times. They loathe monotony and the routine, and like to get on with things. Fortunately, luck is on their side and they are more than capable of recognizing an opportunity when they see one. As children, Naranbaatar
are little rascals who can't sit still for more than thirty seconds (especially if they were born in March or in May, on the 3rd, 5th, 12th, 14th, 21st, 23rd or 30th day of the month or if they have a Life Path Number
of 3 or 5). They have a considerable need for action, so a program of sporting activities is necessary to allow them to let off some steam - ideally in fresh air. They would rather climb trees than immerse themselves in any kind of intellectual activity. They are extremely touchy and their outbursts of anger can be frequent. Parents, buy a sturdy playpen and very soft toys! Be gentle, but very firm from the first time you make eye contact with your baby boy, otherwise they will quickly get the better of you...