What would you name your Christmas baby?

If your baby was born around [name]Christmas[/name] would you consider using names like [name]Natalie[/name], [name]Holly[/name], [name]Nicholas[/name], [name]Klaus[/name]? If so what would your favourites be?

I would, but in the MN slot. I’m not a huge fan of cheese. [name]Natalie[/name] is probably the least obvious, so if it had to be in the FN spot I would go with that. Others could be:
[name]Angel[/name] (and variations)
[name]Gabriel[/name] / [name]Gabrielle[/name]
[name]Noelle[/name] / [name]Noel[/name]

I’d probably use it in the middle too.

Maybe [name]Eva[/name] [name]Holiday[/name] or [name]Isla[/name] [name]Noelle[/name].

For a boy, I’d probably use [name]Noel[/name].

I actually have been liking the name [name]Klaus[/name] lately, so I might consider that.


[name]Winter[/name] nn [name]Win[/name]/[name]Winnie[/name]
[name]Frost[/name] (middle)
[name]Noel[/name]/le (middle)

Nope - I’d name my kid the same thing no matter what (holi)day they were born on.

I do love the name [name]Noelle[/name], though.

I have a daughter born on [name]Christmas[/name] [name]Eve[/name] who is named [name]Avery[/name]. I thought about naming her [name]Eva[/name], but our last name starts with L and I didn’t want her to be in a class with another [name]Eva[/name] and be called [name]Eva[/name] L (Evil). I know that sounds silly, but that’s what the pregnancy hormones were telling me at the time. Anyway, she loves her name and the meaning of [name]Avery[/name] (ruler of the elves) because [name]Santa[/name] comes on [name]Christmas[/name] [name]Eve[/name] and he is ruler of the elves. We didn’t think about the meaning right away, but it funny how it worked out for us.

[name]Mary[/name] [name]Claire[/name]?


I wouldn’t change the name depending on what time of year my child was born either.


That is too sweet.

[name]Natalie[/name] is one of my favourites already, so I’d most likely use that.
For a boy? Probably [name]Gabriel[/name] or [name]Nicholas[/name]. [name]Both[/name] names I already would use.

Middle names could be:

[name]Natalie[/name] [name]Gabrielle[/name]
[name]Natalie[/name] [name]Holiday[/name]

[name]Gabriel[/name] [name]Angel[/name]
[name]Gabriel[/name] [name]Hollis[/name]

[name]Nicholas[/name] [name]Angel[/name]
[name]Nicholas[/name] [name]Gabriel[/name]

[name]Angel[/name] [name]Gabriel[/name] I like too.

I’d use [name]Ivy[/name] and [name]Noel[/name], but they’re two of my favourites anyhow.

I think [name]Ivy[/name] [name]Felice[/name] or [name]Noel[/name] [name]Felix[/name] would make nice [name]Christmas[/name]-y names.

I love [name]Holliday[/name] (double L’s like [name]Billie[/name]). I would most likely use this, it’s on my list for any future girls I would have.
I also love [name]Noelle[/name].

I would probably be more likely to shy away from those name for a [name]Christmas[/name] baby, although I do like [name]Natalie[/name] and [name]Holly[/name].

A friend of mine had a baby girl yesterday and called her [name]Holly[/name]. I think it is sweet but I would personally stay away from festive names if I had a bub in [name]December[/name].

I think it’s silly to change the name you like based on the time of year. But if I had to I would pic [name]Eira[/name] [name]Blanche[/name]. Together it means [name]Snow[/name] White :slight_smile:

If I were to do special names for the season they would be [name]Noel[/name] or [name]Emanuel[/name]/[name]Emanuelle[/name]. The others seem over used to me. I might use december though! :slight_smile:

I’d probably call him [name]Franklin[/name] [name]Noel[/name] or [name]Yule[/name] [name]Christian[/name]
or her [name]Holly[/name] [name]Noelle[/name] or [name]Angelica[/name] [name]Starr[/name]

I’ve thought about this before. I would definitely have a christmas-y middle name if my daughter was born in [name]December[/name] or around [name]Christmas[/name]. For a boy, I probably wouldn’t. I love the middles [name]Noelle[/name], [name]Clara[/name], [name]Ivy[/name], [name]Winter[/name].

I definitely would NOT use a [name]Christmas[/name] name for the fn though.