I think December would have been a hard month to have a newborn baby in the house, especially in the 1800s and early 1900s. Christmases past may not have been as busy and hectic as they are now but keeping a baby warm in winter's cold and washing and drying diapers couldn't have been easy.
Of the individuals below, Emma Doyle (born 1886) and Hazel Doyle were sisters and Gust Doyle was their brother. Tressa Hazel Doyle was Gust Doyle's daughter. It was a busy month for the Doyles!
December 25 Marty A.
December 4 Donald E. Davis
December 19, 1911 Gust Doyle and Beulah Mae Gerner (my paternal grandparents)
Among My Collateral Lines
December 2, 1884 Emma Doyle
December 4, 1862 Susan Bickerstaff
December 6, 1924 William "Billy Joe" Gerner
December 9, 1891 Hazel Doyle
December 11, 1839 Eli Porter
December 12, 1900 Minnie Froman
December 15, 1875 Laura V. Thompson
December 15, 1893 Jacob Increase Meinzen
December 18, 1921 Tressa Hazel Doyle
December 19, 1872 John George Armitage
December 22, 1832 (Westley?) Scott Roe
December 24, 1871 Thomas Hardy and Ann Armitage
December 24, 1915 John Ellis Bickerstaff and Alice May Bickerstaff
December 25, 1886 Emma Doyle
December 25, 1888 William Turner and Catherine Froman
December 26, 1911 Charles Edward Sticker and Lula Bernesa Meinzen
December 27, 1896 Henry Carl Meinzen and Ella Dray
December 27, 1927 Pauline Mary (Polly) Meinzen
December 30, 1864 Elizabeth Jane Doyle
I'm offering warmest wishes to these relatives and ancestors on their special days.