Leap Day is almost here. Do you know the rules for determining what years are leap years?
A leap year comes approximately every four years. The reason for this extra day is because most calendars are based on the assumption that there are 365 days in a year when in fact, there are actually 365 and one-quarter days in a year. In order to keep our modern Gregorian calendar in sync with the tropical calendar we add an extra day to February every four years. Those born in a leap year can look at it as a gift or a curse; however, there are several interesting facts about this day you may not know. Do you have more fun facts? Were you born on Leap Day? Share your story and facts in the comments section below.