Cute Baby Names for Girls
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When it comes to naming a girl, there are many ways you can go. Some parents prefer something fancy and feminine, such as Leticia, Lillianna or Juliette. Other parents gravitate toward names that are androgynous and sporty, such as Taylor, Cameron or Chandler. Others prefer something in between, perhaps Rachel, Gillian or Sarah.
Still other parents specifically want a "cute" name for their darling baby girl. Cute names do have a certain appeal, as they have a happy, pleasant connotation and are perfectly suited for baby girls – because, let’s face it, baby girls are undeniably adorable, irresistible and just plain cute.
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Parents are wise, however, to think ahead to their baby girl’s older years. While you can easily imagine how adorable a plump, pink-cheeked toddler named Lulu would be, it’s smart to ask yourself just how fitting such a name would be for a high school student, an MBA candidate, a CEO or a white-haired, cookie-baking grandmother.
Fortunately, there are easy ways to plan your daughter's name so that it will be appropriate throughout the many stages of her life. Many "cute" names are actually nicknames for more formal monikers. In the case of Lulu, you could give your baby girl the name Lucille or Lucia with the understanding that she will go by Lulu. Later in life, she can drop Lulu in favor of her more formal, given name, if she desires. Vivi can actually be Vivienne, Charli can actually be Charlotte -- you get the picture.
Then there are middle names. If you absolutely have your heart set on Coco or Daisy as a given name for your baby, you can always choose something a bit more formal for your daughter's middle name. Most "cute" names are short and sweet, and combine very well with longer middle names. For example, Coco Madeline, Della Elizabeth or Ellie Grace.
Initials are another option. Many professional women choose to go by initials to give themselves a bit of a competitive edge in the business world, whether they have a "cute" name or not.
So, if you love cute names and would like to give one to your baby girl, think ahead a bit and you can easily find a name you love that can be adjusted throughout her life. Or, you can simply plan on her using her "cute" name her entire life. Personally, I think that a white-haired, cookie-baking grandmother named Lulu sounds absolutely precious!
List of "Cute" Baby Names for Girls
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What names do you love or hate? Did I leave any cute names off the list? Please let me know what's missing, and let me know what your favorites are. If you chose a name on this list for your baby, I'd love to hear what it is, and what middle name you chose to go along with it. Please leave a comment in the comments box below the Amazon ads.
MORE BABY NAME LISTS: You may also want to read my other list of baby names:
Romantic, Feminine Baby Names for Girls
Unisex Baby Names for Girls
Unisex Baby Names for Boys
Retro-Cool, Vintage Baby Names for Boys
Retro-Cool, Vintage Baby Names for Girls
Names Not to Give Your Baby
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