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Baby Names Inspired By a Thanksgiving Feast
With Thanksgiving coming our way tomorrow, I’ve got turkey, stuffing and pie on the brain — a surprising source of inspiration when it comes to baby names! For all of you expectant mamas out there, why not take a peek at some Thanksgiving feast-inspired options, brought to you by my own mealtime cravings? Happy Thanksgiving, friends!
What’s a feast without some wine and spirits? Ale is a masculine choice, just like its beverage counterpart.
A smart, classic choice for pie flavors (and babies).
What’s Thanksgiving without a berry pie?
Named for the ever-so-tasty pear, Bartlett is an interesting, unique choice for a boy or girl.
Loaded with carbs and style, Barley makes a fine, grain-inspired name option.
Have a bona fide Betty Crocker in the family? Baker is an excellent choice if you’re hoping your little one will live up to his/her namesake in the kitchen.
Sugar and spice and everything nice, Anise is a lovely spice-inspired name for a darling girl.
A famous singer of course, Bing is also the name of a beautifully fruitful cherry tree.
A cooking term, Blanche is becoming more and more popular as a modern-day girls’ name.
Pour the brandy and pull up a chair – this name (and drink) is a crowd-pleaser.
A girl’s name with plenty of class, brie is also a tasty soft cheese perfect for a dreamy appetizer spread.
Named for cane sugar, of course! Isn’t that what Thanksgiving is all about?
You know Charlotte the spider, but do you know Charlotte, the famed dessert? Indulgent and timeless.
A sweet and spunky name for a little girl, Cherry is a Thanksgiving staple indeed.
Zesty and delightful, Clementine would make a fine Thanksgiving-inspired choice for a baby name!
Little is more festive than a warm mug of hot cocoa on a snowy Thanksgiving day – or in this case, Coco!
Colby is another modern-day cheese-inspired name, perfect for a classic little boy!
Devon is a popular cream used for baking – or in this case, a wonderful gender-neutral baby name!
Potent and spicy, Ginger is a fine choice for a sparkplug baby!
A classic boy’s name, Graham crackers also happen to be one of the most popular pie crust ingredients in today’s kitchen.
Timeless and masculine, just like everyone’s favorite cheese flavor!
Jordan is an almond-inspired name and perfectly gender-neutral.
A technique for slicing veggies in the kitchen, Julienne is a beautiful choice for a future chef!
Green and healthy, Kale makes a surprisingly classic boy’s name – and salad alternative!
A darling girl’s name, yes, but did you know a Magdalene is also a sweet and delightful sponge cake?
Maize means corn, which is always aplenty around our Thanksgiving table!
A seaweed-inspired name, Nori can be found at any gourmet foodie’s Thanksgiving menu this year!
Everyone’s favorite appetizer garnish, Olive is also a lovely name for a modern baby!
Fruity and firm, Plum is a short and sweet (and oh so juicy!) baby name.
Try Rosemary on your potatoes – and the bun in your oven!
Herb-inspired names are so beautiful, and Saffron is no exception.
A wise choice, Sage adds spice to your family tree.
For a classic choice, Sherry is always in style (and in the Thanksgiving goblet!).
Shirley Temple-inspired, of course! Perfect to serve at the kids’ table this year!
Ham-inspired, Virginia is a perfect choice for the future star in your family.