This blog post will provide you with 5 counter intuitive tips for crushing your name goals that start with K. You may be thinking, ‘Why would I want to crush my naming goals?’ Well, if you have been struggling in this area and need a little help from someone who has been there too, then this is the article for you!
The first counterintuitive tip for crushing your naming goals that start with K is to prepare a list of names and variations. Here are some guidelines on how you can get started preparing this list:
Choose at least 20 potential names, but be sure not to limit yourself if the perfect name isn’t there yet. You may need more than just two or three options in case one doesn’t work out as expected.
Add prefixes, suffixes, nicknames, hyphenated versions, other languages translations for each name (e.g., Felipe from Spanish). Maybe even consider adding gender variants like ‘Felicia’ and ‘Philip’.
Put together a list of surnames that sound similar to the names you’ve come up with.
Put together a list of baby name websites, blogs and books for inspiration if needed.
The second counterintuitive tip is to stop conflicting with your path or destination too much by overthinking it! It can be effective in some cases but not all scenarios. This tip may take some time getting used to as we tend to put more pressure on ourselves when deciding on a name than necessary sometimes. Take these tips into consideration and use them wisely:
What does this have anything do with naming? Well first, you need an idea what type of person your child will be before choosing their first (and last) name(s). You need to know what personality traits they’ll have and look for a name that matches. Think about the type of person you want them to be: fun, intelligent, quiet? Introverted or extroverted? Creative or practical? Friendly or reserved? Consider astrology as well! Personality tests can also help narrow down your options. Just make sure not to go overboard with it because at the end of the day it is YOUR child and YOU get final say no one else matters but them and their parents. Second, take time before making a decision so you don’t feel pressured when throwing out names without thinking more thoroughly about why any specific name may work (or not). Naming an unborn