Baby naming, Infant Caring and Parenting Blog

by Elizabeth HendersonPosted on: March 14th, 2019
New Orleans, like other cities and towns in South Louisiana, is characterized by unique culture. In this article, I am going to highlight baby names that reflect aspects of the spirit of Louisiana. My focus will be on southern Louisiana, especially New Orleans. For those who love southern Louisiana or New Orleans, this article is for you.
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by Elizabeth HendersonPosted on: March 5th, 2019
In this article, I will highlight a sample of names that are inspired by occupation. I hope that in doing so, I can help you understand the importance of these names to their original cultures and probably how we they can be adopted by the millennial.
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by Elizabeth HendersonPosted on: February 25th, 2019
Usually, picking a name is one of the most difficult decisions a parent would ever make. Parents are forced to come up with names that the baby will be proud to identify with. A good place to start would be to use elements that are familiar to the local culture. For instance, the time of the year can be a good place to look for a suitable name for the baby. Below are some cute names inspired by seasons or the time of the year.
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by Elizabeth HendersonPosted on: February 17th, 2019
Art inspires and gives an individual a sense of self-worth. Artistic baby names are names that are inspired by the art culture. It is a combination of unique baby names that express the art culture and gives the baby an identity that makes him or her stand out from the rest of the population. Below are examples of artistic baby, names, their origins, meanings, and applications.
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by Elizabeth HendersonPosted on: February 10th, 2019
The Romans are rich in culture and history. Like any ancient culture, names were used as part of the individual identity. Consequently, the meaning of a name was important for the newborn as well as the family. The Roman names were also derived from nature and their relationship with the deities.
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by Elizabeth HendersonPosted on: February 3rd, 2019
The Spartans were very important people in their time. They exhibited some behavior that we can relate with even today. One of the most significant aspects of the Spartan culture is their naming traditions. The Spartan names were characterized by virtue, honor, and appreciation of nature. In this article, I will discuss some of the most outstanding Spartan names and how these names would make good choices for the new moms of today.
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by Elizabeth HendersonPosted on: January 27th, 2019
The Bible is a good place to obtain names for our babies. First, the Bible professes virtues and uses examples of people who have achieved exploits and who have changed the course of communities. As I have always reiterated, the essence of a name is to inspire admirable attributes in an individual. Therefore, parents find a lot of inspiration in biblical names.
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by Elizabeth HendersonPosted on: January 21st, 2019
Aristocrats are characterized by long-standing culture. All across the world, aristocrats represent class, wealth, and power. They are defined by specific cultural norms, behavior, and etiquette. The British aristocratic names run for centuries. These names are passed down from parents to children. Therefore, aristocratic names are some of the oldest names in the globe.
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by Elizabeth HendersonPosted on: January 17th, 2019
The significance of a name is found in its meaning. The origin of a name is important for the parents because through it they get to understand the deeper meaning of the name and the potential impact of its meaning on the personal attributes of the baby. Animal attributes make up a powerful source of names for the newborns. As human beings, we admire certain attributes of animals.
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by Elizabeth HendersonPosted on: January 14th, 2019
Louisiana has served as a melting point for diverse cultures for many generations. For centuries, the occupants of this great land include the Creoles, Italians, Native Americans, Spaniards, Africans, the French, Haitians, and Cajuns from Canada. These groups have created a unique cultural identity that defines this state.
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