As we near the final week of the month, April showers will begin to taper off as the long awaited May flowers begin to blossom. Welcoming a baby during the spring months can make this time even more memorable.
If you are pregnant, take in the sweet scents of the flowers that surround you and consider choosing a name that will remind you of this time during your pregnancy. Selecting a name for your soon-to-be should be fun and stress-free. Here is a list that is sure to please any parent and forever remind you of spring!
A: Addison (English): Daughter of Adam
P: Patton (English): From the town of warriors
R: Regina (Latin): A queenly woman
I: Isabel (Spanish): Form of Elizabeth, meaning “My God is bountiful”
L: Lucian (Latin): Surrounded by light
[The shortened version of this name is great for a baby boy. Celebrity parents Hilary Duff and Mike Comrie named their newest addition Luca!]
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If you or someone you know is expecting a child in the month of April, consider using a name that begins with “A.” There are many options to choose from and learning to spell will be much easier, especially when they begin to recognize the similarity between the letters in their name and the month in which they were born. For your little sunshine born in April, here is a list of “A” names to suit your new addition, perfectly!
Aaron (Hebrew): One who is exalted; from the mountain of strength
Aidan (Irish): A fiery young man
Andrew (Greek): Manly; a warrior
Austin (English): Form of August, meaning “one who is venerable, majestic”
Aislin (Irish): A dream or vision; an inspiration
Alaina (French): Beautiful and fair woman
Andrea (Greek): Courageous and strong; helper and defender of mankind
What would “A” names for April be without actually using the name April?
April (English): Opening buds of spring; born in the month of April
The month of January in itself could be a beautiful name for your soon-to-be baby girl but a few select names that form the word “January” have the same stunning effect. Check out this list of names that forms the acronym “January.”
J: Jacqueline (French): Feminine form of Jacques; the supplanter
A: Arabella (Latin): An answered prayer; beautiful alter
N: Nolan (Gaelic): A famous and noble man; a champion of the people
U: Uma (Hindi): Mother; in mythology, the goddess of beauty and sunlight
A: Aaron (Hebrew): One who is exalted; from the mountain of strength
R: Russell (French): A little red-haired boy
Y: Yareli (American): The lord is my light