If you love your pasta, then this is a good name for your baby. Admit it, you hear the name "Araceli" and you ask yourself, is this some type of pasta? Don't get me wrong, this name has a great meaning. It means "altar to the sky" but yeh, it's not Sarah or John.
Every time you call your son, you're going to think of the lawn. Take a minute to repeat this name in your head — Braylon, Braylon, Braylon! Can you imagine calling your teenage Braylon like 30 times to ask him to mow the lawn? It's too exhausting.
No pressure little girl, no pressure. More than piling on the pressure, you're going to have guys swirling around your girl and telling her stupid pickup lines about her literally being heaven blah, blah, blah. She's going to hate you.
Another name that seems appropriate for a boy or a girl. The problem is, every time you call out the name you're going to get a craving for a pretzel. Plus, every time you pronounce it, people are going to think you sneezed a little.
Much like Itzel, Orion recalls another favorite and high-calorie snack. It's a cute Greek name, sure, but you're going to think of Oreos every time. You're going to have another reason (besides the pregnancy) for blaming your weight gain on your kid.
You don't need your son's name to be a daily reminder that you will never afford a private jet. Or a new pair of jeans for that matter. Doesn't your son deserve to be named something other than an airplane?
I hear Precious and I recall the weird ugly elf or whatever that creature was from the Lord of the Rings. You know the only I'm talking about — weird spindly hair, massive wrinkles, and grey skin. Your baby may not be that pretty yet but give her some time, she's spent nine months in your tiny womb.
Look, unless you want your kid to be a Buddha or an aromatherapy doctor, avoid calling your kid Serenity. No Serenity can ever be a badass lawyer or tattoo artist. You're limiting your kid the minute she's born.
Why don't you just call your kid "Oh, please, bully me! Bully me!" Your kid won't be able to do anything. She won't be able to steal or defy the police. Plus, you're condemning her to a life of, "Now Sincere, are you being sincere?"
I feel like a mountain would be called Monserrat, don't you think? I have questions about this name. How are you going to call your kid every day? Will it be a short "Mon" or will you go for the full "Monserrat! Monserrat! Monserrat!" every time.
Unless you want your kid to be a gold digger, you might want to steer clear of this name. Call me close-minded, but I don't see a Diamond ever becoming president or even a doctor for that matter. Then again, maybe that's just me.