Posted by Krishann Briscoe
An original version of this post featured fairy descriptions based on the Disney Pirate Fairy Movie. It has been updated to indicate their original fairy powers.
For those of you who prefer baby names with a touch of whimsy, you may want to consider a fairy name. In fact one might argue that when it comes to parenting all one really needs is:
“… a little faith, trust and pixie dust.”
Of course, I’d recommend adding love and diapers too.
When we think of Disney Fairies it isn’t unusual to immediately think of Tinker Bell — but she isn’t the only fairy to flutter her Disney wings. Take a look at a few baby names inspired by the fairies of Disney:
Posted by Lauren Hartmann
When it comes to baby names, it can often feel like there’s nothing truly new under the sun. Because we’re living in the age of technology it feels like it’s getting harder and harder to come up with names that are truly unique, since everyone else is scouring for the same ideas. So, if you’re looking for a name that’s off-the-beaten path or that no one else has probably heard of before you should probably read this list. I scour baby names lists regularly and most of these were new to me. Even if you’re skeptical, read on…some of these names just might surprise you!
Posted by Lauren Jimeson
We are huge Disney movie lovers in our family. Now that my girls are a little bit older and can actually sit through a movie, we watch them often. Disney movies are filled with so many unique and pretty names that I have fallen in love with.
With Mother’s Day this weekend, I thought I would honor some of the mothers in these Disney films that we all love. Check out some of my favorite names of the mother characters in Disney films.
Posted by Janssen Bradshaw
Spring is finally here, and I love waking up in the mornings to the gentle sounds of birds out my window (if only they’d come in and help with the chores, like the birds in Cinderella!).
Our kitchen table looks out over the backyard, so my girls are delighted on a daily basis by seeing birds appearing on the grass, hunting for seeds and worms.
With birds all around, I couldn’t help but think how many bird names make beautiful names for babies.
Click through to see my favorites!
Posted by Keiko Zoll
Happy Cinco de Mayo! To celebrate the occasion, here is a selection of the most popular Latino baby names for boys and girls, according to BabyCenter Español. Whether you’re celebrating Latino heritage in your family or looking for a unique baby name, here are twenty lovely Latino baby names for your own little niño and niña on the way!