Jump to content
WDYT of Zara?
34 replies to this topic
Posted 23 January 2013 - 03:00 PM
Just wondering your thoughts on the name Zara? Older brother Ryan. Looking for a pretty name that is not overly common. Means 'princess' and Ryan means 'little king' so I thought that was cute!
Posted 23 January 2013 - 03:05 PM
I love the name Zara and it was our choice for a girls name before we found out DS3 was a boy. However it is comng popular with different spellings, that wouldn't stop us from using though if we did have a girl.
Posted 23 January 2013 - 03:05 PM
I LOVE IT and my DH dislikes it with a passion! I think its a beautiful name and if it has a nice ring to it when someone says the full name then go for it!
Posted 23 January 2013 - 03:10 PM
It's not bad. I wouldn't use it personally but that's because I can think of dozens of names I like more. The 2 meanings put together are quite special though.
Posted 23 January 2013 - 03:14 PM
Love love love Zara.
Stunning, classical, timeless, elegant.
Posted 23 January 2013 - 03:23 PM
I love it and it was my pick for years and years before I even got pregnant. Then...friends named their DD that and I felt I couldn't use it Although having said that I now can't imagine DD as a Zara
Nice fit with the meanings of the two names too!
Posted 23 January 2013 - 03:43 PM
I love it. It is my DD's middle name. I did want it as a first name, but it was vetoed by DH.
Posted 23 January 2013 - 04:29 PM
Me too, I know 3 under the age of 2. Lovely name though, just NMS.
Posted 23 January 2013 - 05:17 PM
It is gaining in popularity but if that's not of concern then go for it.
Posted 23 January 2013 - 05:23 PM
I like it well enough. Bit too popular nowadays for me. Neither Dame Zara (though that is long enough ago) nor the chain do too much for it.
However, there's nothing wrong with the name and it does team very well with Ryan.
0 user(s) are reading this topic
0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users
As most parents know, finding time for sex post-kids is one of life's not-so-little challenges.
Kids birthday parties sound fun in the abstract but the reality is they often end up an introverts worst nightmare – forced social interaction in the name of good parenting.
A 92-year-old Canadian woman has become a great-great-great grandmother this week after the family welcomed a baby boy.
Simply put the pram brake on, set the wheels on top of the Pramrolla, plug it in and off they go ... or so they think.
Pop superstar Beyonce on Thursday released a slew of photos of herself posing pregnant and nude.
A Singaporean mum of two has spoken about her humiliation at the hands of German airport security guards who ordered her to prove she could breastfeed.
Child-proofing tips that will ensure your home remains a safe haven for curious toddlers and babies on the move.
When the couple conceived their first human child they came under enormous pressure to give up their dogs.
A bereaved mother has spoken about her decision to take her daughter's body home to spend time as a family before her funeral.
A note posted by a US daycare facility has urged parents to get off their phone when collecting their children:
We've all been there – you need to hold the baby, but you also need to eat.
Nameberry has crunched the numbers, predicting which monikers will see a rise in 2017.
Five years ago firefighter Marc Hadden took an emergency call that changed his life.
A British safety blogger has shared a graphic photo of the damage a seatbelt can do in a car accident in a bid to persuade more parents to use rear-facing car seats for as long as possible with their kids.
Now that's a good way to start the new year.
It's such a neat idea for those living in high density apartment blocks where children may struggle to get enough physical activity.
The lightweight and compact Bugaboo Bee has been on the scene for a decade now.
It is okay to be worried, nervous, anxious, in love and happy all at the same time.
Top 5 Articles
There is less of a focus on fine motor skills, but they're just as important as others. (SPONSORED)
There are at least five other compelling reasons to get musical around your toddler. (SPONSORED)
Free ticket offer