Have you ever stopped to think about why February only has 28 days? It's a pretty interesting story, actually!
Legend has it that in ancient Rome, the city's founder, Romulus, wanted to add an extra month to the calendar to make it a full 12 months.
So, he squeezed in a new month between January and March and named it February!
To make February special, he gave it 28 days, no matter what was going on with the winter solstice or summer equinox.
But fast forward a couple of thousand years.
Now, with all our fancy technology, calendars consider much more precise astronomical events and even have leap years to keep everything accurate and consistent. Cool, right?!