Posted by Lacy Stroessner
Being strong and brave is something that we talk about almost daily in our home. With three little girls, it’s easy to tell them they’re pretty or cute or adorable. We have to make a conscious effort to make sure they know how strong and brave, funny and smart they are. We don’t want them growing up thinking that looks are the only important thing — we want them to have a diverse childhood. Instead of just playing with baby dolls, we want them exploring. We want them climbing trees and running through fields, throwing rocks and exploring nature. We want them to be adventurers!
If you are hoping for the same, consider an adventurous name for your little one. Here are 30+ examples of adventurous baby names for boys and girls…
Posted by Lauren Jimeson
We are heading out for Macks’ first road trip in a couple of weeks, traveling from Connecticut to Kentucky. It is going to be a long trip with all three kids, but I am looking forward to seeing a lot of states that I’ve never seen before. It will be a wonderful learning experience for not only my kids, but also for me.
In honor of our road trip, I decided to share some of my favorite baby names inspired by cities in the United States!
Posted by Carmen Ordonez
I was never one to obsess over weddings or that I had to be married by a certain age. But one thing I knew for sure even before I got married, was that if I had a boy I would name him Sebastian. I’m obsessed with that name. Fast forward 7 years after the wedding, the hubby and I were so excited to find out we were expecting a baby boy. I immediately thought SEBASTIAN! We’ll name him Sebastian.
Posted by Keiko Zoll
The sidekick: they’re not the hero, the lead, the big name in the spotlight. But they serve an invaluable role in Disney films – they’re the clutch hitters, the ones making the magic behind the scenes, or sometimes, they just even help our heroes and heroines save the day. They’ve also got some pretty fantastic names, too!
Here are 26 baby names inspired by our favorite Disney sidekicks!
Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
Choosing a baby name is such a big decision. Some couples are able to select one with ease, while others are unable to agree until after the baby is born. A name can be passed down from previous generations or it can be a modern variation or hybrid of classic names. As for my newest daughter, I wanted a name for her that would be meaningful and special, yet also pay homage to a dear and beloved person in my life. For those reasons, I chose the name Amani, after my favorite cousin, meaning “wishes, aspirations.”