My Favorite Baby Names

When I grow up, I plan on having many children. I want a big, warm, loving family to come home to each night. I want to adopt children from all around the world and give them better lives and a wonderful, welcoming home. I want to be the best mother that I can be!

In this post, I would like to share a list of my favorite baby names, both male and female — but they’re actually mostly female since, ideally, I want to raise girls. I prefer unique and original names that have a ring to them, and stick around long after you hear them.

Delilah – I just love this name. It brings to mind a really adorable little girl who’s smily, cute, and cheerful. I also love the spelling of “Delilah” – I love the playful “h” addition at the end, and I am also fond of names that start with the letter “D”. I even like the way the name rolls on my tongue when I say it aloud. This name is just one that you don’t hear everyday.

Parker – This one is also a favorite. I love the letter “P” for some reason, and I also think the name is different. Personally, I’ve never met anyone names Parker. But the name brings to mind someone who’s really pretty, fun-loving, fashionable, and confident.

Darcy – To me, this name is playful and pretty. I picture Darcy as a really adorable person who’s always the life of the party.

Genevieve – This one just exudes sophistication, class, elegance, and glamour. I imagine that Genevieve is a girl who is insightful, intelligent, well-traveled, and trendy. She speaks perfect French.

Isobel / Isabel – I love the spelling of this name. When I think of Isabel, I think of a really lovely person who always reading books and studying, but is stylish and sociable as well.

Naomi – Sounds like an interesting girl who comes from a foreign country.

Inez – This one is just exotic and has a nice ring to it when said out loud.

Sophie / Sophia – The actual definition of this name is a Greek word for “wisdom,” which is an incredible quality for anyone to have.

Dimitri – This is my favorite male name. I like that it’s masculine, but it’s different from all other male names at the same time. I’ve only met one boy named Dimitri, so I consider it unique as well. I think that Dimitri brings to mind a boy who is adventurous, well-traveled, appreciative, and intellectual. Dimitri is a true charmer.

Ezra – I think that this one is just unusual, but it’s handsome-sounding as well.

Raphael / Rafael – A name fit for a king.

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