If you’；re the kind of person who thinks about baby names at the most random times， then you can appreciate my mini obsession. I am a sucker for unique baby names， and will get inspiration from the most unlikely of sources. For exampleaccent pillow case baby canvas home decor， a globe.
I scan the world’；s countries and cities looking for potential baby names. I’；ve come up with quite a few good ones…；. Cairo is one of my favorites. Also topping the list is Parma (city in Italy) and Celaya (city in Mexico).accent pillow case baby burlap decorative
I do believe that map-scanning is a great way to find a baby name. However， it’；s important not to get carried away. It would be quite unfortunate for a baby to end up with a food-sounding name like Chile， Turkey or Hungary. There are thousands of cities and countries that have no business in a baby book. Keep it unique， but not odd!
Some popular baby name websites that might be able to help are： babynames.com， the social security administration， yeah baby and baby zone.
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