This is a sweet list of 25 Spanish baby girl names that are just too precious and some of my favorite names.
Whether you use a Spanish Baby girl name for a first name or a middle name, you can’t go wrong.
Be sure to comment which name is your favorite and share the list with your friends.
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This list is especially dear to my heart as my daughter in law is from Puerto Rico and I love her name. I love the custom of adding a name from your mother’s line as well. It’s so honoring. The Hispanic culture in general honors the females and it is beautiful to see.
Think of combos that you can include one of the women you descend from and mix it with a precious Spanish baby girl name to create your own legacy in this mixed-up world of ours.
I love when one of my patients lets me know that they are naming their daughter after a grandmother or a mother, or any female that has impacted their life.
My daughter Rosa Catherine Sithara, is adopted from India. Her name is a combo of a few important women who have directly affected my life.
Rosa is after a fellow mom who adopted from India. If it weren’t for her sacrifices for my daughter, my daughter would have never come home from India.
Catherine is after my mother in law who is now living in heaven. She taught me who Jesus was and how to live in his love.
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Comment below and let me know how you used a name to honor a woman in your life.