REMEMBER: these are names from different cultures and languages. They will sound completely illogical and out-of-place if you use them in the wrong setting. Also, some of these aren't even names, but are simply words. Look these up before you use them. #nanowrimo #writing
Soooo I recently became a mother for the second time to another beautiful baby boy! I know! Two boys, can’t wait to see them play together (or fight..). Having kids is so full on even if there is more work now with two, is definitely more enjoyable for me, just observing how different they are …
Brand new baby girl name lists 2013-2014. Now, this one is a bit different: rather than rising through the rankings of highest TOTAL number, these had the largest INCREASE in their new number (ex: 800 babies last year with the name, 3000 babies this year). Sadie, Aria, Charlotte, Penelope, Sofia, Mia, Harper, Mila, Olivia, Scarlett, Kendra, Avery, Ariana, Evelyn, Amelia, Jayla, Nicole, Paisley, Valentina, Violet, Eleanor, Nora, Kennedy, Caroline, Quinn, Alexia, Isla, Everly, Adalynn, Cora.
Don't change it up...Look for the most common spelling and use it. While I love the spelling of my name, and it is not that unusual, every award, certificate, birthday card and personalized gift I have ever received comes with my name spelled wrong.
Say It, Make It, Write It Free Printable Mats - How to Use Them Six Different Ways. Find out how to use this one free printable resource in your classroom 6 ways! Perfect for literacy centers, literacy work stations, sight word practice or even your maths centers | you clever monkey