It’s a common situation when you find yourself stuck between two names that are equally good. What do you do? If you’re not sure, then here are five tricks to help narrow down your decision.
1) Find out what the name means in other languages: For example, if I’m considering the names “Amber” and “Sophie,” then I would search for each of them on Google Translate to see what they mean in different languages. Sometimes it will give me some insight into which one of the two is better suited for my child!
2) Take their personality into consideration: When deciding on a name for our children, we want something that fits with their personality so that they can grow up to be their true self. If you’re still struggling, then take the time to really get to know your child so that it will help you decide what name is best for them!
Worst Mom Names Habits:
“Finding the perfect name for our children can sometimes feel like an overwhelming and difficult task.”
Helpful Hints: Make sure that the first letter of each word in a title is capitalized. Add periods after all sentences. Do not write numbers or bullet points (except at the end). Keep paragraphs short – around five lines long max. Finish sentences with either “helpful hint,” “tip,” or something else creative. Proofread before submitting content by checking over your own work carefully.
Tip: If you are still struggling, take time to really get to know your child so it will help you decide what name is best for them!
It’s finally here! The day when your kids stop looking up to you and start calling you by your name. It can happen in an instant, but it takes time for a new identity as mom to take root. Get ahead of the curve with these five tricks:
*Be patient, but know that one way or another they’ll come around eventually.*Retain some “selfishness” while still fully embracing parenthood*.Find ways of giving back without sacrificing yourself too much.*Maintain healthy relationships with friends who are not parents yet*Establish boundaries so there will be no surprises later on down the road.”