Walt Disney was born on December 5, 1901. He was a major figure within the animation industry and he is now considered a, innovative international icon. Walt Disney is best known as the creator of Mickey Mouse and the resort amusement parks. But, he is also a creator, writer, director, producer and animator of a countless number of films.
Add a touch of magic and animation to your child’s life with the name of a Disney created character.
Ariel The Little Mermaid
Belle Beauty and the Beast
Bianca The Rescuers
Lilo Lilo and Stitch
Marian Robin Hood
Nala The Lion King
Wendy Peter Pan
Dale Chip n Dale
Eric Little Mermaid
Jasper 101 Dalmatians
Maurice Beauty and the Beast
Oliver Oliver and Company
Sebastian Little Mermaid
Winston Oliver and Company
Many people nurtured their love of reading by pouring over the many children’s classic stories. As parents, we start out reading bed time stories to our babies and hope to pass on the reading passion to our children as they mature. Parents love to convey their love of a favorite classic story to their children. Stories are important in sparking your children’s imaginations and they teach them about the world beyond their neighborhood. Maybe your child’s name can be found within the pages of a much loved Classic book.
Alice Alice in Wonderland
Beatrice Ramona Series
Charlotte Charlotte’s Web
Eloise Eloise Series
Hermione Harry Potter
Jo Little Women
Laura Little House Series
Lucy Chronicles of Narnia
Madeline Madeline Series
Pippi Pippi Longstocking
Alec The Black Stallion
Charlie Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Christopher Christopher Robin
George Curious George
James James and the Giant Peach
Jess Bridge to Terabithia
Max Where the Wild Things Are
Milo Phantom Tollbooth
Peter Peter Rabbit
Robin Robin Hood
Sam Lord of the Rings
If you are a pessimist, you probably think of winter as the coldest season with the shortest daylight hours. If you are an optimist, you know there is so much more to this season. Do you love the thought of a sparkly winter wonderland? Winter is the most magical time of the year with its sleigh bells, ice skating, hot cocoa and glistening snow.
If you are looking for a winter themed baby name, bundle up and skate through these frosty baby names.
If you are an avid outdoorsman, you may be looking for baby names associated with the hunting season. At this time of year, state wildlife agencies offer the most licenses to outdoor enthusiasts to keep wildlife populations under control. In most parts of the United States and beyond the country’s borders, hunting is vital for keeping the animal population manageable and allows the forest plant life to remain fertile. Hunting is a traditional and natural activity that dates back thousands of years.
Forage through these names and you may find one that you like.
Black Friday is the Friday following Thanksgiving Day in the United States. It is considered to be the beginning of the Holiday and Christmas shopping season. Most retailers have extended shopping hours and offer remarkable deals and special promotions. It is regarded as the busiest shopping day of the year. The word black also refers to the fact that retailers often make enough sales to put their earnings in the “black”.
Shop these names of retailers to fins a baby name associated with Black Friday.
Thanksgiving Day is a national holiday celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest or to be thankful for the blessings in one’s life. In the United States, the holiday is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November.
The first Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621 and lasted for three days. The Pilgrims and Indians shared an autumn feast after a successful, bountiful harvest.
Feast on these names if you are looking for a baby name inspired by Thanksgiving.
In 2013, Hanukkah begins at sundown on Wednesday the 27th. Hanukkah is celebrated with a series of rituals that are performed everyday throughout the 8 day holiday. Some of the rituals are family based and others are community based. On each of the 8 nights, a candle or oil based light is lit on the menorah. Many families exchange small gifts on each night and fried foods are eaten to commemorate the importance of oil during the celebration.
The below names may be perfect for the “light” of your life.
Many people say “that baby is so cute I could just eat her up”. Do your pregnancy cravings have thinking of food inspired baby names? Whether you are a casual cook or a gourmet chef, you can whet your appetite with these baby names. Check out this buffet of baby names from salads, vegetables and meats.
Cress (green vegetable)
Blanche (cooking term)
Julienne (cooking term)
Kale (green vegetable)
Nori (edible seaweed)
Alfredo (pasta sauce)
The Holidays are fast approaching and many people will find themselves preparing meals and baking pastries. Beginning cooks and culinary chefs both have their own recipes that involve many herbs and spices.
Herbs come from plants and plant parts. While spices come from the seeds, bark, berries or the root of the plant. Both herbs and spices are palette pleasers as well as having many benefits to your health.
You have probably looked through and organized your spice rack many times without realizing the baby name possibilities in your kitchen. Check out these savory names.
Connoisseurs of fine wines, beers and mixed drinks may opt for a baby name that is associated with spirits of different kinds.
Drink is used to toast a person with an expression of honor, goodwill or congratulations. So, raise your glasses and sample these names associated with alcoholic and non-alcoholic drink.