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!
I love the mix of modern and old-fashioned vibes in this name.
This sweet name is one of my recent favorites.
This hit its peak of popularity in the 1950s, but still is a winner.
Especially great if you have dark hair, but a beautiful name no matter what.
I love this strong name for a boy (or even a girl, if you’re adventurous!)
This name is making a big comeback, currently sitting at #303 on the Social Security Names list.
Whether you’re thinking baseball or birds, this is a fun and unusual name for a boy.
I like this for both boys and girls – it just feels fun, happy, and carefree.
This name has a great bird connection, but isn’t obvious.
Fierce and strong, this is the perfect name if you’re looking for something out of the ordinary.
Perfect for your little beach baby.
Whether you’re thinking of a small bird or Atticus Finch from To Kill a Mockingbird, this is a winner.
Sweet and soft, this is a lovely name for a little one.
A masculine version of “Bird.”
Latin for “bird”
Arabic for “bird”
I love this beautiful name for either boys or girls. It’s so unusual, but easy to pronounce.
This high-speed bird is strong and powerful, a perfect name for a little man.
This works for a boy or a girl (or go with “Star” for short).
These coastal birds have a lovely name that fits a new baby beautifully.