July 22nd 2014 is England’s Prince George’s first birthday. Royal baby names are sometimes in the family for hundreds of years. A lot of thought goes into picking a name for a future monarch and many have historical significance. Just as much thought goes into choosing a name for your little highness. Here are some great royal choices.
July is National Recreation and Parks Month. It is the perfect time for families to enjoy the National Parks in the United States. The theme this year is that “Out is In”. There are 59 national parks in the United States. Criteria for National Parks include natural beauty, unique geological features, unusual ecosystems, and recreational opportunities. The purpose of the national Park Service is to conserve the scenery and the natural and historic objects and wildlife and to provide for the enjoyment of future generations.
Here are some possible baby names taken from some of the National U.S. Parks.
National Rabbit Week is observed this week in July. It is a week dedicated to education and the promotion of responsible bunny ownership- as well as show people what great pets a rabbit can be. Rabbits make wonderful companions and enrich their family’s lives with their fun personalities and affection. The bunnies do require care and it is important to do your research before picking a pet for your family.
There are many fictional rabbits from books, movies, video games and cartoons. Hop through these names associated with fictional bunnies.
E.B. White was born on July 11, 1899 and was an American writer of classic children’s books. He wrote the children’s fictional books Stuart Little, Charlotte’s Web and the Trumpet of the Swans. He won countless writing awards and was commended for making a substantial and lasting contribution to literature for children. White had an eloquent yet unassuming prose that still appeals to young readers today. Here are some possible baby names taken from characters of E.B. Whites books.
Teddy Bear Picnic Day is observed on July 10th. It is a perfect excuse to have lunch in the park with your family and your teddy bear. Children receive stuffed teddy bears very early in childhood and are often still clinging to them throughout their teenage years. Some teddy bears are even kept by adults. Stuff a picnic basket full of goodies and head outside… just watch out for Yogi Bear.
Here are some bearly irresistible baby names associated with famous stuffed animals.
July is National Hot Dog Month. The hot dog council estimates that over 7 billion hot dogs will be eaten by Americans this summer. Hot dogs are clearly one of the country’s most loved comfort food. Adults cite mustard as the preferred condiment while children choose ketchup as their favorite topping. Other toppings of choice include onions, relish and cheese. Hot dogs are high in fat and sodium, but they are also a good source of protein, iron, and other necessary vitamins. Here are some possible baby names associated with hot dogs.
Freedom Week is observed in the United States from July 4th to the 10th. It is the week following the Fourth of July or Independence Day. Freedom is defined as the unrestricted use or the absence of restraint. It is the capacity to exercise choice and free will that we experience in the USA. Freedom is a valuable concept for everyone and you may want to translate that into your baby’s name. Here are some baby names associated with Freedom.
Is ice cream one of your favorite summer treats? National Ice Cream Month is celebrated in July. Ice cream is a frozen desert made from dairy products. It is a smoothly textured semi-solid foam that can be scooped. It can be served in a cone, a bowl or even on a stick. On a hot, summer night, there is almost nothing that compares to a double scooped ice cream cone. For the cherry on top, dip into these baby names associated with ice cream and ice cream companies.
Independence Day is a federal, patriotic holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.This holiday is commonly associated with fireworks, parades, barbecues, baseball games and family reunions. Households hang a flag from the front of their home and people dress in patriotic colors of red, white and blue.
Here are some patriotic and July themed names for your little firecracker.
Some people think the heat of summer, especially July, can be stifling. But, some couples find the heat of July to be inspiring when choosing a baby name. July is when the hot sultry weather of summer starts. Families are flocking to the pools and beaches, watching fireworks and drinking lemonade in the shade. These baby names are as hot as the temperature on a sunny July afternoon.