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By Tara Wood

When my husband and I found out we were expecting our first child, a girl, choosing her name was efficient and simple. We tossed around a few names that neither of us hated and within 5 minutes decided that our wee girl would be called Juliette. We never wavered or second guessed ourselves. We had no idea at the time that we’d have 5 additional children rounding out our family. I didn’t recognize that choosing the first couple of kid’s names sort of sets the tone for additional kid’s name. It certainly doesn’t have to if sibset continuity doesn’t matter to you but for me, that is something I wish I’d considered.

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butterfly baby names

By Meagan at tulipbyanyname.com

Butterflies will always remind me of my great-grandmother’s garden.  I loved sipping lemonade with her on the back porch and watching the butterflies flutter around her yard.

Butterflies are symbolic of rebirth, perseverance, creation, freedom, love, and beauty. These lovely little winged creatures are prominent in art, folklore, mythology and many religions.

While I’m not suggesting that any of you name your next kiddo “Butterfly,” I do think that the world of butterflies has some pretty cool names to offer us. Perhaps some will serve as inspiration to you writers out there.

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Dickensian Baby Names: Part Two

Dickens Baby Names

By K. M. Sheard, Nook of Names

Here is the second part of Kay Sheard’s extensive rundown of names from Dickens that might work best for babies.

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Literary Baby Names: What the Dickens! Part 1

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literary baby names

By K. M. Sheard, Nook of Names

Charles Dickens is probably the greatest of all nineteenth century novelists — and a contender for the greatest novelist of all time. His works also provide a mine of wonderful names. Here is a selection of those which have fabulous potential for a baby born two hundred years on…

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christopher robin

By Christopher Robin Finch

Since shortly after Nameberry hit the internet six years ago, my wife—who happens to be Linda Rosenkrantz—has been begging me to write a blog about how I got my name. Finally, after a long and stressful weekend of mattress shopping, I’ve given in.

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