So, what’s a macaroon anyway?
Have you ever heard the term, “you learn something new every day?” Today, May 31st, 2012 is National Macaroon Day—a day in which individuals can celebrate small unleavened cakes with a crispy outer layer and moist center [MmMm].
If you love coconut, almond, and/or chocolate, the macaroon might just be something worth tasting. Go to the nearest bakery and ask for this scrumptious treat in honor of its national day.
In honor of this day, here are a few delectable baby names that will make your little one sound sweet, even during their terrible two stage!
Andrew (Greek): Manly; warrior
Chad (Aramaic): Resting; to cease
Mika (Japanese): Beautiful smell
Timothy (Greek): To honor God; to fear God
Alanna (Gaelic): Like a rock
Annalise (German): Grace; favour
Danielle (Hebrew): God is my judge
Mila (Latin): Rival; emulating
Close your eyes and try to think of the little things in life that make you smile. Being pregnant is a blessing as is your heightened senses that come with the 9 months of carrying your child. In honor of National Fragrance Day, here are a few baby names derived from the most delightful scents of perfumes and colognes. Just remember, inspiration for choosing a baby name can come from just about anywhere, including the perfume section of your local Sephora’s!
Betsey (Hebrew): My God is bountiful- Betsey Johnson- Too Too
Chloe (Greek): A flourishing woman; blooming- Chloe- L’Eau de Chloe
Kat (Greek): Form of Catherine, meaning “one who is pure, virginal”- Kat Von D- Saint
Vera (Latin/Slavic): The truth/one with faith- Vera Wang-Princess
Giorgio (Italian): Farmer; where it is used- Giorgio Armani- Acqua Di Gio
Jean (French): Form of John, meaning “God is gracious” -Jean Paul Gaultier- LE MALE TERRIBLE
Jimmy (English): Form of James, meaning “He who supplants” -Jimmy Choo- JIMMY CHOO
Marc (Latin): Dedicated to Mars; the God of war -Marc Jacobs- Daisy
Happy belated Valentine’s Day! In honor of the lingering love in the air, here are a few sweetheart baby names that you are sure to adore for a February baby:
Chase (English): Huntsman
Daniel (Hebrew): God is my judge
Morgan (Welsh): Circling the bright sea; a sea dweller
Patrick (Latin): A nobleman; patrician
Danielle (Hebrew): Feminine form of Daniel; God is my judge
Emily (Latin): An industrious and hardworking woman
Krista (English): Form of Christina, meaning “follower of Christ”
Marie (Spanish): Form of Mary, meaning “Star of the sea”
Today is National Butterscotch Pudding Day! Okay, butterscotch may not be as popular as vanilla or chocolate and pudding may not be as popular as ice cream or pie but take time out of your day to enjoy a uniquely different treat, your belly will surely thank you. If you are expecting a child and into sweet and unique treats sink your teeth into these names that are sure to make you smile. Here is a list of future mister and misses sweetie-pies.
Cody (Irish/English): One who is helpful; a wealthy man/acting as a cushion
Dylan (Welsh): Son of the sea
Jake (Hebrew): Form of Jacob, meaning “he who supplants”
Tyler (English): A tiler of roofs
Alicia (German): Form of Alice, meaning “woman of nobility; truthful; having high moral character”
Jenny (Welsh): Form of Jennifer, meaning “one who is fair; a beautiful girl”
Katie (Greek): Form of Catherine, meaning “one who is pure; virginal”
Lisa (English): Form of Elizabeth, meaning “my God is bountiful”