As we close out 2017, it is time to take a look forward and see what trends are going to be popular for the next year.
Names that include trees are on the rise, but as you might imagine, not just any tree will do! We have compiled 10 reasons why tree names for girls and boys in 2022 will be popular. Reason #01: The name tree is considered a symbol of growth, strength and support. This could not be more true for the future generation! Reason #02: Giving your child a “tree” as their first name may help them stand out in today’s society. They will have something different to offer than all other children born this year – most likely from China or Japan (who gave the world baby names like Kota). Reason #03: Trees are easy to spell and say without having complications such as French vowels that might get lost during pronunciation. It also gives parents an opportunity to teach their kids about trees in general by naming them after one! If you need ideas, here are some common types of
People have always been using trees as a way to name their children, but in the past few years it has become more and more popular. The following are ten reasons that tree names for girls will be big in 2022:
Girls with tree names are unique and different from other people Names like Willow or Oak take on new meanings when given to your daughter because they represent strength and beauty Tree names can also represent family history. For example, if you were born near an oak tree then you might want to use this as the inspiration for naming your child after one too! It’s important not only to give your child a strong meaning behind her name, but also something she feels connected to
Some tree names can also be given to boys. For example, the name Cedar might signify masculinity and strength Tree Names are easy for others to remember! When you tell people your child’s name is Oak, they will always know what it stands for: a strong hardwood that represents protection and stability in life With all of these reasons combined, there’s no doubt that using tree names as children’s first or middle name could become popular again in 2022. Girls with trees as their surname could go back into style too – Willow Smith anyone? With more than two million girls born every year worldwide this trend may have just started early enough so those who want to give their daughter a meaningful yet unique Tree Names for Girls are a way to show you have an appreciation of nature, that is beautiful and strong.
Common tree names include Oak, Fir, Pine, Cedar and Maple with more unique choices like Hazelnut or Sequoia.
The name will be perfect if your last initial begins in ‘T’. This gives the child’s initials the combination of letters TREE as their first three letter monogram! What a cute idea from momma to place some meaning behind her daughter’s new identity.The popular “D” initial doesn’t work well because it would end up being DRIVE after adding the third letter M! Try one of our other recommendations instead.(may not apply) Tree Names for Girls are also a reminder of nature. We have seen many trends come and go in the last decade like baby names with an animal theme, but tree names will never be forgotten because they represent natural beauty that is timeless! We all know we love our pets so why not name your child after one? It’s always fun to see what animals would end up being their middle or even first name.* (may apply) If you want something extra special consider using two trees combined into one word such as Birchwood or Cypresspine. This gives them both of their namesake’s attributes while following tradition at the same time.