No , you age every day, you only get birthday cake every four years.
Great question, until we all realize that counting years is just a way of counting the times we have been alive that the earth completed another revolution about the sun. As you are probably aware, an earth year consists roughly of 365.25 days (actually due to the speed of the earth's rotation about its own axis); the term leap year is just that way to collect the four extra .25 days and account for their sum as "February 29th".<br />
Short answer: No
Of course, I gave you the benefit of the doubt -- by answering "as you are probably aware", meaning that I felt you were asking your question as a joke on your part.
At the same time, I answered it in the manner that it was asked ... i.e., with no reference on your part that it was only a joke. Cheers, ABC
I know a man who looks 60 and is 18 cuz he's born in a leap year
It'd be weird to have two birthdays feb 29 and march 1