Are you due a January baby? Congratulations!
Just for fun, it's really interesting to look at fun facts about other January babies - birth stones, January flowers, celebrities born in January and Zodiac signs to name a few. Here are some interesting January baby facts for you all...
Birth stone: Garnet
Birth flower: Carnations and snowdrops
Zodiac sign: Capricorn until the 20th of January, and Aquarius for the remainder of January.
Zodiac traits: Calm in a crisis, with leadership qualities.
Celebrities born in January: Kate Middleton (9th), Jeff Bezos (12th), Oprah Winfrey (29th)
January-Inspired Baby Name Inspiration
For those of you who are strugging to pick the perfect moniker for your incoming bundle of joy, why not go for a January-inspired baby name? We've searched high and low for the most adorable, beautiful, classical and modern names for you to pick from.
January's births tone. We love a gemstone baby name!
This one speaks for itself...
Latin for 'white', and a character in The Time Traveller's Wife, this is one of our favourites.
Bear is becoming more popular amongst parents - we're thinking of fluffy polar bears, and brown bears in cold regions! Bears definitely give us wintery, January vibes.
For the famous and beautiful winter bird we see a lot of in the UK.
Latin for 'one', and January is the first month of the year...
A winter flower
Gaelic name meaning 'bright' - think fresh white snow, and the bright winter sun!
Latin for 'new' - very apt, we think.
Also a Latin variation of 'new', as well as meaning the same in the Tswana language, this is a great choice.
Welsh for 'snow'
Finnish for 'snow'
A nice choice for anyone who has hopes for a better 2022!
A graceful tree that towers gloriously in some colder countries in the winter.
Latin for 'young goat', which is fitting for a little Capricorn baby!
Why not name your baby after the month? January Jones (actress) has fared well with her unusual name!
Hindi name meaning 'new'.
Aramaic name meaning 'light' or 'pine tree'.
Latin for 'first'
For babies born during a bout of bad weather!
Meaning 'she who brings happiness', this is very fitting for the new addition to your family who is arriving to bring you love and joy in 2022.
'A new dawn, a new day...' as the song by Nina Simone goes. A new year, too!
Norse for 'a new day' - an unusual and very Scandi-inspired name, we think.
Turkish for 'red sunrise'. This would be full of meaning for those of you with a baby born on a cold January morning.
Meaning 'happy and lucky', this name could be a positive omen for 2022.
The Northern Lights are stunning, especially in the winter months, and we think this is a gorgeous name for a January baby.
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