Many parents name their kids after where they were conceived, but what if you conceived at home… during a pandemic? There’s no reason you can’t commemorate just as proudly with one of these great quarantine baby names suggestions.
Unique Quarantine Baby Names
Come on … you know you LOVE IT! Just rolls off the tongue, right?
The “friend” who never leaves you, even when you’re stranded on a desert island for four years … just like that time we were in iso.
A shortened version of the reason they were conceived. Cute, sharp and a bit mysterious.
Another unique ‘Q’ name inspired by this season’s number one panic buy: toilet paper.
Common in India and Nepal, this name translates to the word “quiet” – which is a perfect description for now – and was made famous by the Bollywood cinematographer, Nirav Shah.
How special would it be to name your baby after Jacinda Ardern, an eternal reminder of the world leader who got shit done?
Because once you remove the “Vir” and the “ia” you’re left with what you started with.
To remember the time when cleanliness was of the utmost importance. “Hi Jean!” geddit? geddit?
9. ERIC OR CARMEN
You could name your baby after Eric Carmen who wrote the song “All by Myself”. Because that’s how you are right now. All. By. Yourself.
What a beautiful way to remember the innovative ways people were connecting while you were … erm connecting?
Speaking of Zoom … Have you zoomed in on those video calls recently and LOOKED at your co-workers’ eyebrows? Tee hee. You’re welcome!
12. DAN OR MURPHY
Because the real MVP of isolation has been alcohol, let’s be fair. Cheers to that.
You know, the older names make a comeback after a 100-year cycle. This could be the name of the next generation. Add the middle name “Baskin” for extra effect! Hey, all you cool cats and kittens!
You can’t have iso-baby Carole Baskin and forget about the Tiger King himself, so why not name your little rascal after the real face of the coronavirus pandemic, Joe Exotic. Joe and Carole… I think we’ve found the next perfect twin combo!
You could pretend you were inspired by Pan’s Labyrinth … or you wanted a Peter Pan who never grows up … but let’s be honest, this kid is named for one thing and one thing only: pandemic.
This article was first published on Kidspot and republished on theAsianparent with permission.
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