- Emily researches and writes baby name descriptions for The Bump.
- She has a Bachelor's degree in English and Communications.
- Originally from South Africa, she had traded in the sun for the much-loved rain of Galway, Ireland.
While a rose by any other name would smell as sweet, little Rosamie will be the sweetest of them all. With Filipino origins, Rosamie is an effervescent girl’s name that is perfect for your blushing bundle of joy. Meaning “garden of flowers” and “rose,” this florally-inspired name is derived from Rosamund. Your little one will learn the true value of mother nature with a name like this, taking lessons from the earth and growing to be as beautiful as any flower. You can also take your pick from a bunch of blossoming nicknames, such as Rosa, Rosie, or Amie. And who cares about a bouquet of flowers when you can come home to Rosamie?
At The Bump, Emily is one of the baby name writers. Delving through pages of information and learning wonderful things along the way, Emily researches and writes the descriptions that parents and caregivers read through when determining the perfect choice for their little one. Give her baby names with nature, music, or movie references any day of the week!
Before coming to Ireland, Emily received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Communications (with a side of Journalism) in Cape Town, South Africa. She has also gotten certificates in Teaching English as a Foreign Language and Photography.
Emily previously worked as an editor for an academic institution in South Africa, which gave her a vast appreciation for what goes into a piece of writing. From there, she decided to journey down a new path, moving to Ireland to pursue her goal of working as a writer. She can happily say she has achieved this, now working and honing her skills as a content writer for The Knot Worldwide and The Bump!