Hi! Every one! I am 22 years old, I joined today because I just found out that I am pregnant. This is my first prgnancy so i'm scared and I really need someone to talk to! If I have a girl I want to name her kiara jade, but no one I know likes that name. My whole family thinks it sounds like a black girls name. (no offense) but why does a name have to sound black or white ar irish or any thing like that. Why can't a pretty name, just be a pretty name? I am going to leave a poll question to see what you guys think of the name kiara jade and any one who just wants to talk will be appreciated also! Thanks!
I like the name kiara.. Its unique, something that I would definitely consider for myself (when the time comes)..However I like names that are different and not really heard of such as my own (teagan). Ultimately the choice of what you name your little one is up to you, and so if you like the name it shouldn't really matter what everyone else thinks, it won't cause them to love the lil one any less
I haven't had a baby but I have been a shoulder to cry on for friends who have had the same problem - relatives said 'don't be stupid, you can't call your baby that!
What they found is that once the baby was born and they stuck by their guns and named the baby, people soon kept their mouth shut and said no more - probably because they saw the baby as an individual rather than an unborn child so I think you will find that once your baby is born, you will find the same.
Personally, I think it's a very pretty name - not only pretty but unusual too.
Well I was doing some research on the net and found out that kiara is an irish name. My mother promised me that if it's orgin was any thing other then african decent like she thinks it is, then she'll let me name the baby kiara. So that is what it will be named, that is if it is a girl, I am only 8 weeks, so it is still too early to tell, I just really want it to be a girl but if it is a boy I am going to name him dakota I guess it doesn't matter as long as it is healthy. I am so afraid of miscarriage. I had a miscarriage when I was only 13 years old, and my little sister who is 18 years old just had a miscarriage back in june, then she got pregnant again right away and she gave birth to a healthy baby boy last month, she named him teagan ashton. I know I have to think positive but a possiblility of a miscarriage is always on my mind. I appreciate any response, I really need some one to talk to.