Are you pregnant and in need of a name for your little girl? Have you had trouble coming up with something suitable? You’re not alone. According to BabyCenter, 85% of parents are having difficulty naming their children (and that’s just the ones who admit it). While some people might think that this is because we live in an age where there are too many princesses, the truth may be more complicated than that.
In this blog post, we will discuss 7 hard truths about princess names and how to face them!
One hard truth is that there are many different types of people living all over the world which means not every girl will want her name to mean something old fashioned and traditional like “Mary” or “Elizabeth”. Perhaps you have someone who honors their heritage by naming their child after a family member of theirs, or maybe you are looking for something that will be unique.
Another hard truth is that most parents turn to BabyCenter’s name predictions when they’re considering names for their children but this might not always give the best results because it only makes suggestions based on popular baby names from around the world and if you want more personalized options then there are other places to look like Nameberry, which ranks as one of my favorites!
There can also be problems with naming your daughter “Mia” or “Sophie” in certain cultures where these types may not exactly translate into very feminine sounding girl’s names so keep in mind cultural considerations before choosing what type of princess name might work best for you.
And depending on the name, it might be more difficult to get a personalized birth certificate in some places like California where they require parents to submit court documents as well as marriage certificates or divorce decrees for any non traditional names so make sure that this is researched and ready before your baby arrives.
You also need to consider how confident you are with speaking up about what’s best for your child because even though there has been an increase of princess themed movies in recent years, most adults still have their own opinions when it comes down to what type of name is appropriate. So if you’re interested in “Elsa” but someone wants “Anna”, then maybe hold off until everyone can agree which one sounds better!
Princess names are traditionally given to girls because they were considered delicate and fragile.
Women have become more powerful in society, but it is still common for people to call women princesses.
It’s important not be offended when someone says “Hey Princess” or “Hands off the princess.” They may just think of you as a woman worth protecting.
But if being called a ‘princess’ makes you feel like your self esteem takes a hit every time then it might be best to switch up what we call each other so that no one feels belittled by their name anymore!
If you want to keep your current name, make sure there’s nothing wrong with it.
many people find it difficult to name their daughter a ‘princess’ type of name, either because they don’t want her to grow up feeling like she needs to be perfect or that the expectations will become too much.
we need more girls in STEM fields and other jobs that have traditionally been male dominated so there is less pressure for boys to conform with what society deems acceptable occupations. If everyone has equal opportunity then gender roles won’t matter anyway!
And if your objection is “well I just think my son should get his chance at being king someday,” well first off kudos for thinking about future generations, but you didn’t seem concerned when he was only allowed to be the prince in Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty.
Girls deserve to be given chance at being ‘princesses’ just as much as boys do, so why not give them a name that reflects those aspirations?
That’s all for today! Stay tuned for next week when I’ll talk about how important it is to teach kids tolerance from an early age!
What would you think if your son or daughter wanted to dress up like Princess Elsa? Or maybe they want their hair done with bows every day? If this sounds like something you’re totally supportive of then what are some princess names worth considering? Well there might also come a time where you might not be so accepting of this idea.
I have an issue with the color pink, but luckily that’s not a deal breaker when it comes to names. The way you feel about princesses and their history will determine if these are good options for your child or something you want to avoid altogether.
You can go by traditional princess names like Cinderella and Jasmine from Aladdin (or Lisa). Or you could get creative with some literary alternatives like Belle from Beauty And The Beast or Regina from Once Upon A Time. No matter what direction you decide on, remember there isn’t one perfect name! It all depends on where they come into life and what kind of person they become as time goes on!
There are many reasons why people might not be so accepting of this idea.
Some may have an issue with the color pink, but luckily that’s not a deal breaker when it comes to names. The way you feel about princesses and their history will determine if these are good options for your child or something you want to avoid altogether.
You can go by traditional princess names like Cinderella and Jasmine from Aladdin (or Lisa). Or you could get creative with some literary alternatives like Belle from Beauty And The Beast or Regina from Once Upon A Time. No matter what direction you decide on, remember there isn’t one perfect name! It all depends on where they come into life and what kind of person they become as time This article is a guide on the top seven hard truths about princess names. Learn how to face these truths and get ready for your baby girl by reading this blog post now! -There are over 60,00 possible variations of girls’ names in America alone.