Its first flight took the Apollo Lunar Module into earth's orbit on March 3, 1969. Of the three astronauts on board, none was born in March.
Neither was flight operations director Christ Kraft, yet he had occasion to sit back at mission control saying "beautiful. Beautiful" when the three further up sung "Happy Birthday" for the first time in space on March 8 to celebrate Kraft's birthday (again, I presume) eight days late. (February 28 had been the mission's originally planned launching date.)
Now, balloons do not quite make it to space — assuming it starts at 62 miles (100 km). They can make it to birthday celebrations, though, on earth bouncing spirits upwards:
›› Let the balloons bounce, and the music play for a joyful birthday. (Windows Mail, Windows Live Mail, Outlook, Outlook Express)