Wednesday, 18 June 2008

Choosing Baby Names


Having a baby is really an amazing and most exciting changes which takes place in life. It is off course a challenging experience that life offers women.



Though there are so many decision you have to make but the biggest decision is to choose baby names whih will last throughout his/her entire life and he/she will be recognised by that name. I think its a perfect and valuable gift to baby by parents, so one should not make any decision in haste. In my opinion names should sound good, it should have proper meaning, easily pronounced and off course it should go by generation as well; so that your child should not feel any complex in telling the name. I like unusual name, something very unique. Discuss the list of names with your spouse as both should agree on it.



If you know the gender it becomes little easy, I have started making list for a baby girl and a baby boy, it gives tremendous pleasure doing or preparing anything for your baby :) Choosing name is purely a matter of choice.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Payal,
great topic! getting the name right is just soooooooo important otherwise you are sentencing your child to a lifetime of embarrassing, distorted, mispronounced and ugly nick-names. What may sound like a good name today may not sound so great by the time that child is an adult. Best to avoid long and difficult to pronounce names and choose short, easily pronounced names that would be suitable in different cultures. Remember we now live in a multi-cultural, multilingual and mobile world. The name should be able to travel easily.

Having said all this, enjoy choosing the names. Sounds like you are really enjoying your pregnancy.

prbhs

Patankar Pramod said...

Hello my sweet sister...i never knew that you are a gr8 writer :).i do agree to the name selection funda but Ayush's mama jiz name is Patankar Pramod :).
Nyways u gonna be a very good mother(very obvious).Do take very good care of yourself.

Anonymous said...

I agree it is not easy to be parents.