Today is Friday, June 1st, 2012 and what a beautiful day it is for those of you residing in the North East. In fact, New York City temperatures this week are expected to be a bit cooler than normal which will be a nice change of pace.
Take advantage of the day and find something new and exciting to do since the temperatures are more bearable for an expectant mommy. If you are having trouble choosing a name for your little one, check out the names below and use this method with just about any word, name or month that is special to you.
Here is a list of names derived from the letters in the month of June.
Jada (American): Jade stone
Urban (Latin): Boy from the city
Nadia (Russian): Hope
Eli (Hebrew): One who is elevated; who is like God?
What makes May so amazing, you might ask? At BabyNameRegistry.info, we have the answer! Here are a few fun facts about the month of May and an acronym for May of our favorite baby names. This is a unique way of choosing a baby name! Try it for yourself with other names in place of the ones that we chose!
Cinco De Mayo: This celebratory day is rejoiced by Mexican Americans and others alike, marking the Mexican victory over the French at Puebla in 1862.
Memorial Day: The last Monday in May is dedicated to Memorial Day, a legal holiday in memory of those who died while serving the United States in war.
Melanie (Greek): Black; dark
Asher (Hebrew): Fortunate; blessed; happy
Yvette (French): Feminine form of Yves, meaning “yew”
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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Sure, picking a baby name is not an easy task but it can be fun if you put a little spunk into it. If you are expecting a baby in the month of February, you only have a couple of weeks to choose a baby name for your soon-to-be.
Check out this unique approach to naming your child and feel free to replace the chosen names with others beginning with the same letters. Here is a list of baby names for a February baby that you might be interested in.
Francesca (Latin): Feminine form of Francis; woman from France; one who is free
Elisa (English): Form of Elizabeth, meaning “my God is bountiful”
Brenden (Irish): Born into royalty; a prince
Rebecca (Hebrew): One who is bound to God; in the bible, the wife of Isaac
Urban (Latin): From the city
Avery (English): One who is a wise ruler, of the nobility
Regan (Gaelic): Born into royalty; a little ruler
Yves (French): A young archer