The Challenge of Selecting a Name

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Baby Mejia!

Our second bundle of joy is almost here, we just found out last Wednesday that we will be blest with another baby girl, we are thrilled with excitement that our little Kira will soon have a sister to play with.

Reality check... I think the fact that we did not know the sex of our baby had led us to believe that we still had a long time to go.

We did not realized that times goes by so quickly, and that my continuously growing belly is not because I'm eating to much, but a sign that baby will soon be here.

Another Baby Girl!
The Ultrasound

It doesn't matter if it's your first or your second baby, when it comes to the ultrasound it's so exciting to see your baby moving before being born. This time we even had the joy of taking our first born (Kira) to see the baby, she is so thrilled about becoming a big sister.

We talk about baby all the time, and I'm sure this is part of the reason that Kira is so excited, she keeps saying that she will teach baby how to go potty (poor baby), the alphabet, numbers and many other things, could you imagine.

Is She Praying Already.

Baby is one of our main topics of conversation these days, but not really gotten into the subject about baby names, we just did not think much about it. But now we are at the point that if we don't pick a name fast, people will soon be calling our baby girl "Baby Mejia", nothing wrong with that, but I would prefer to have a name to call her as soon as she is born.

Now that we know that it's a girl I think I would love to select a name that starts with a K, so that I can have my "2 k's", the hard part is that we would like her name to be simple, easy to pronouns both in English and in Spanish, and one that would not be the cause for bullying or laughter.

Baby Mejia, it's a Girl!
Our 2 Baby Girls, Kira and ?

This being said, you should imagine by now that we are struggling with selecting a name for our baby girl, if you have a names that you like and don't mind sharing with us, please go ahead and tell us, all suggestions are welcome.
How did you select your children names? and do you know the meaning of them?.

Jay
Author: Jay
"Friend, companion, wife, and modern mom to 2 beautiful baby girls. Loves to travel and enjoys the outdoors, likes to cook and bake, enjoys doing crafty things and spending time with her family.

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Tamara
0 # The Challenge of selecting a name.Tamara 2012-08-17 19:17
Baby names are SO hard! I have about 8 more weeks to go and we still don't have a name nailed down. We already have a girl and a boy and used up our first choices. :sigh:
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Magi
0 # RE: The Challenge of Selecting a NameMagi 2012-08-17 22:48
Hey Jahira, What about Karina? Means "Pure"
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gina valley
0 # RE: The Challenge of Selecting a Namegina valley 2012-08-18 19:35
Congratulations!
Every girl needs a sister!
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maria
0 # baby namemaria 2012-08-23 09:08
I would like my niece to be named Kaira, It is Greek for Right. Or Kailani in Hawaiian it's sea and sky...You got to love it.
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Mom of A and a
0 # Big A Little aMom of A and a 2012-08-23 16:34
Congratulations ! Thanks for linking this to the Mommy Brain Mixer!!
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