Southern Baby Names
Congratulations, you’re pregnant! You’re about to embark on the exciting journey of parenthood. Along the way, you’ll soon find you have a lot to prepare before baby makes their grand debut, such as deciding on a name. Naming your child is a great honor, but it’s no small task. It may take several weeks or even months for you to nail down the ideal name to impart on your child. With so many beautiful names to choose from, why not start by exploring Southern baby names?
Southern baby names are charming and timeless and never go out of style. Many parents go the Southern baby name route because they themselves have southern roots. Maybe they were born and raised in the southern portion of the United States or perhaps they have since created a home in the region. However, you don’t have to have any connection to the South to give your newborn a Southern name. Tons of parents choose Southern baby girl names or boy names simply because they are lovely sounding names that exude comfort and charm.
If you’re looking for a Southern baby name for your future cowboy or cowgirl, here’s The Bump’s list of baby girl and baby boy names as sweet as sweet tea and apple cobbler.
What are some popular Southern baby girl names?
Here at The Bump, we feature some of the most common baby girl names with Southern origins, including Emma, Charlotte, Amelia, Scarlette, Ella, Nora and many more.
What are some popular Southern baby boy names?
You’ll find a list of the most popular Southern baby boy names here at The Bump. Some of the most common ones include William, Harper, Jackson, Thomas, Charles and Connor.