Find the right baby name. At a time when many people already know the sex of their baby by week 14, it's not uncommon for the mini to have a name even before birth. Other parents need to spend time with their baby and get to know him or her before choosing a name.
However you prefer to do it, every pregnant woman probably spends some time thinking about baby names. Here we've gathered popular baby names 2017. We have selected the most popular boys' and girls' names.
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*The figures are from Statistics Denmark, 1st half of 2016
You may have already thought about names before the pregnancy test came back positive. Or you may never have given it a second thought. Either way, it's hard to choose the right name. Maybe because it's something the baby will carry with them for the rest of their lives, and you and the other parent need to agree.
Do your research
It is a good idea to research and look for different names on the web. Even if you find a lot of names you don't like, it's actually useful to find out which names you don't like anyway.
If you don't yet know whether it's a boy or a girl, make a list of both boys' and girls' names. It's a good start to have 5-6 names for each gender. Write them down so you don't forget them.
There are many types of names. It can be helpful to find out if it should be an old Danish name, a new name or a rare or common name. This helps narrow down the choice, making it easier to make a decision.
Remember also that many names can be varied in spelling, making them unique.
Don't stress - you'll make it
Finally, it's important to remember that your baby will have a name. In fact, you should just get to it before baby is 6 months old, so there's no need to stress as by this time the vast majority have found a suitable name.