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Sutton Foster's Empowering Adoption Story Proves That Becoming a Mom in Your 40s Is an Incredible Gift
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Transracial Adoption Experience
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How Being a Transracial Adoptee Shaped — but Nearly Shattered — My Self-Identity
Choosing to Have a Baby With a Surrogate
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Flower Baby Name Ideas

25 Flower Baby Names That Are Perfect For Your Blooming Baby

While not every busy mom has the time to tend to a picturesque garden (or even stop to smell the roses), choosing a flower-inspired name can keep a "Spring" in your step all year-long. Plus, flower baby names are the perfect mix of unique and traditional, so the name is still special but not totally out there. Colorful, sweet-smelling, and one of life's simplest pleasures, almost every flower is associated with something to be envied — like daisies, which symbolize innocence and purity. The best part? No green thumb is required.

  1. Dahlia
  2. Rose
  3. Lily
  4. Ivy
  5. Violet
  6. Poppy
  7. Lilac
  8. Petunia
  9. Jasmine
  10. Iris
  11. Holly
  12. Willow
  13. Magnolia
  14. Rosemary
  15. Blossom
  16. Azalea
  17. Camellia
  18. Olive
  19. Flora
  20. Heather
  21. Marigold
  22. Tulip
  23. Aster
  24. Chrysanthemum
  25. Sage
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