7 Unforgivable Girl Names Starting With B Mistakes Everyone Makes

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It’s hard to believe, but it has been three years since Beyonce and Jay-Z welcomed their daughter Blue Ivy Carter.

Baby names are always a hot topic of debate because everyone has an opinion on what is the perfect name for your child. But some parents just don’t think about how other people will view their baby name choice or they simply refuse to take advice from others. This blog post discusses 7 unforgivable girl names starting with B that you should never give your daughter if you care about her future happiness.

Bella: Belle is a lovely name, but Bella? No thanks. The Twilight books and movies might be overrated in the public’s eye, but they are not going to give your daughter any edge when she starts junior high school without being able to add “of course I love vampires” at the end of her sentence for fun. Have you seen how many girls have that as their middle name? It screams out “I am obsessed with Edward Cullen.” Pick something else please!

Becca/Becky: Becca or Becky may rhyme with Rebecca or Becky respectively,

which sounds like an innocent enough choice if it wasn’t so close to Beca who could easily be mistaken for Bree from Pitch Perfect because there is no “i” at the end. You may think it’s cute, but trust me: they will not be singing any of your daughter’s name songs in her honor when she starts school and all of their friends have made up a song about how much they love Beca instead.

Belle: Belle is an okay choice for some girls because you get to pretend that this family member has Disney royalty running through her veins so there are less chances that she’ll feel like a total outcast during lunchtime (even if we know better). But going with Bella? No sir! Especially because people can’t tell them apart on first meeting, which leads to many more awkward moments than necessary. One minute everyone thinks she was Anna from Frozen, the next minute they’re all staring at her like she’s a total stranger and trying to find out who this new girl is. If you must go with Bella, make sure it’s pronounced

Bella: Belle is an okay choice for some girls because you get to pretend that this family member has Disney royalty running through her veins so there are less chances that she’ll feel like a total outcast during lunchtime (even if we know better).

But going with Bella? No sir! Especially because people can’t tell them apart on first meeting, which leads to many more awkward moments than necessary. One minute everyone thinks she was Anna from Frozen, the next minute they’re all staring at her like she’s a total stranger and trying to find out who this new girl is. If you must go with Bella, make sure it’s pronounced

Bella: Belle is an okay choice for some girls because you get to pretend that this family member has Disney royalty running through her veins so there are less chances that she’ll feel like a total outcast during lunchtime (even if we know better). But going with Bella? No sir! Especially because people can’t tell them apart on first meeting, which leads to many more awkward moments than necessary. One minute everyone thinks she was Anna from Frozen, the next minute they’re all staring at her like she’s a total stranger and trying to find out who this new girl is. If you must go with Bella, make sure

Bianca: This name sounds like it belongs to a woman who is fierce and hardworking.

Caroline: The story goes that the original Caroline was an aristocrat from Italy in the 1600s, but there are many different variations of this name. We think any sound fine for your daughter. Chloe: One would swear they are saying “cholera” when hearing Chloe spoken out loud! It may be worth considering Chloe as a nickname instead of her actual given name if you want to make sure she does not have some type of identity crisis later on down the road.

Brittney: Brittney has been popularized by pop star Britney Spears, which makes it the perfect name for a girl who wants to be famous. Bethany: Beth is often used as a nickname of Elizabeth—the first woman recorded in the Bible after Eve and Mary, which means it has an illustrious history. But we’re not sure about Bethany, a combination of both names that will probably leave her confused or bored with what she’s named herself.

Belinda: As with many names from different cultures, there are plenty of variations on this one when spelled Belenda or Bellenda depending on your country’s preference! We just want to warn you if you choose this moniker, don’t expect people to know how to spell it right all the time. .or pronounce it right all the time. Bella: A pretty name for the girl everyone wants to be friends with, but it’s also a great reminder of that one time you were in high school and had no idea what you wanted out life. Brittany: The name says Brittany, but it usually means “I think I have an inner struggle between being taken seriously as a woman or acting like a 16 year old boy who just found his dad’s porn stash?” Also don’t forget about Tweeny Brittny!

Brenda: To quote Eminem “What’s the difference fuckin’ Bridgette or Brenda?” We got nothin’. You’re probably going to do both anyways so why bother picking

Mistake # One: Madonna – In the age of instant media, it’s hard to avoid comparisons between a new pop star and Madonna. Who can forget the 2006 Britney Spears “Stick” commercial for Diet Pepsi? The similarities are obvious- both women have made careers out of being provocative in their public persona with little regard for people who disapprove. But is that really comparable to what has been happening way before social media or even TV was a thing? To ask this question would be like calling someone else an Elvis impersonator without realizing how many years he had already spent as one at various levels before hitting the big time. We’re not saying you’re going to end up on stage singing ‘Like A Virgin’ anytime soon but you could end up as a celebrity who, without trying to be, has a lot of similarities in the public eye with Madonna.

The name “Madonna” is one that’s been around for centuries and it means different things depending on how you see her: Mother of God or seductress? But even if we’re not sure what she represents now, there are some names which can never change their meaning – especially when they sound like the word ‘mad’ itself. There are lots of words in English that rhyme with Mad-knee but these ones will make everyone think about mental illness every time someone says them. Beware!

Bridgette (Gidget) Brandy (Candy) Brandi (flames) Bianca (Nica), Bridgette (Gidget) Brandee, Brandi, Brandy. All of these names are related to the word ‘mad’, which is very negative when it comes to mental health and causes people who have this illness to feel ostracized or embarrassed about their condition. If you’re going for a name that sounds like the word mad but isn’t so hard on your child’s self-esteem then check out some more great girl names starting with B! This content has not been edited yet because no input was received from you at all. Please keep in mind that this blog post needs at least four sentences before being considered complete enough

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