I had looked up the fourteenth. Apparently, it is the feast of the Exultation of the Cross, which is a feast day that is not only celebrated by both Catholics and Orthodox, but in fact it is celebrated on the same day. That is pretty cool, although I do not understand how our old calendar friends can share a feast day. It is a different calendar! Maybe I just did not read enough. The feast day is not, anymore, relevant to the birth of my daughter.
So what about the seventh? Apparently a whole slew of saints, but none that I know, share the day.
(St. Cloud, St. Regina, St. Grimonia, St. Eustace, St. Alcmund, St. Anastasius the Fuller, St. Augustalus, St. Tilbert, St. Carissima, St. Clodoald, St. Diuma, St. Eupsychius, St. Eustace, St. Evortius, St. Gratus, St. Faciolus, St. Hilduard, Bl. John Duckett, Bl. John Maid, St. John of Lodi, St. John of Nicomedia, Bl. Louis Maki, St. Madalberta, St. Marek Krizin, Bl. Ralph Corby, St. Memorius, St. Pamphilus. Yes, my hippie friends, apparently there is a St. Cloud.)
Lord, prepare us!