Posted by Martine Foreman
As a child, I was always fascinated by history. It was my favorite subject in school, and learning about the past made me happy. I always thought I was a little dorky for loving history so much, but I soon came to find that dorky is actually pretty darn cool.
Posted by Chaunie Brusie
When I was a little girl, I remember my mother explaining to us that we had a new baby cousin–and that his name was Glacier.
I remember giggling a little at the name, but now, as a mother myself, I love the uniqueness of my cousin’s name. And my uncle, a nature lover, went on to continue his nature-theme with his subsequent children, naming them Canyon and Sierra. In the spirit of admiring the beauty of nature, here are baby names inspired by nature.
Posted by Kristel Acevedo
I love names inspired by places. Some of my favorite names are Brooklyn, Austin, Egypt…or anything that reminds you of a place, especially if that place is exotic. Being Hispanic, I started thinking about names inspired by Latin cities. I found a few names that are beautiful and unusual. Maybe one of these will be the perfect name for your baby.
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
My favorite season is here! Bring on the changing leaves and cooler temps. I am ready for fall, my friends. If fall is your favorite or if you are expecting a new little bundle of joy this coming autumn, consider giving them a name inspired by the season. From names like Scarlett and Sienna to Asher and Jonathan, there are plenty of good ones to pick from!
Enjoy! I can’t wait to hear your favorites…
Posted by Janssen Bradshaw
I mentioned that we’re going to London in a few weeks for the fall.
Of course, since we’re expecting a new little one next year, baby names are definitely on my radar.
Here are 20 British classics that caught my eye: