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H is for Hamlet, Harry, and Henry. Get some name inspiration with these cute hacks!
1. Home Decor:
The room of your son should reflect who he is as a person. If you have an all-blue nursery but want something more unique for your little one, consider painting the walls in different colors or using a wallpaper border to add variety to his space.
2. Dining Table:
Baby boy? Make sure that tablecloth you used on the dining table isn’t too feminine by adding some color or pattern to it!
3. Clothing Styles:
You might not be able to dress him up like Daddy when he’s just born, but don’t worry! Some new arrivals are already dressed like a little man in the making.
The blog post is about H names and has 15 hacks for them! The first hack is to make sure your son’s room reflects who he is as a person by adding colors or wallpaper borders. Another tip: Don’t dress him up like Daddy right away, but instead buy some new arrivals that are already dressed like little men-in-the-making. You’ll also find more fun ideas on my site!
We hope you enjoy exploring our site for more baby name inspiration if all else fails we have a quiz where we’ll match your personality with the perfect baby girl or boy name!
A list of 15 adorable hacks to consider when selecting a name with an “H”. If you’re still struggling, we have lots more tips in the meantime we post a lot of content there too!
Consider using a name that is homophonic with an “H” sound, like: Henley; Hewitt; Hutchins.
If you are looking to match your child’s first initials, consider Harrison (HH), Henry (HH), Howard (HH). If they don’t have any middle name yet, this would be a great time to give them one of these names and let it serve as their identity.
Another way to come up with unique boy names starting with the letter “H” is by searching through our database of baby naming trends from last year . This will help you find out which letter combinations from the year are most popular and being used.
You can also use a name that starts with an “H” to keep your child’s middle or last name, such as: Harry (last), Harrison (middle).
Bonus H Name Hack!
If you’re looking for a unique way to spell out their initials, consider using Aiden spelled out as AHIEN. The first letter is pronounced like the letter “A” but it has an “hah” sound at the end instead of just plain old “a”. This will make them know how to pronounce his full name every time they say it aloud!”
The 15 hacks are going to be adorable, but also a little bit challenging because of the limitations that come with this letter (e.g., you can’t make up any new words). That said, we think these tricks will help bring some fresh ideas into your life and inspire creativity when it comes time to name your son or daughter!
Have him on Halloween instead of his birthday party in October he’ll still get all the gifts he deserves if we’re being honest. Plus, who doesn’t love dressing their kids up in scary costumes? It’s always fun trying out different ones each year to see what scares them most (though don’t do this one too many times or they’ll never want to dress up again).
Have a Hawaiian themed party for his first birthday.
I mean, just think of all the adorable leis and luaus you can have! Plus, it’s nice knowing your kid is going to be born in summer so he doesn’t even need a winter coat when walking outside (though that’s not always true depending on where you live). And if anyone ever gets tired after playing too much? There are plenty of beaches nearby with beautiful ocean views too bad we don’t know how to swim yet.
Get him used to being called by another name before telling them their birth name. If people call him Tommy instead of Thomas then he won’t get confused later on when people call him Thomas.
Some H Names for Boys:
Henry Jason Harry Harrison (If you’re looking to start the name with something other than an “H”, might I suggest “Ian”?)
Harvey (It’s tough, but it has two of our favorite letters.)
Howard (fun fact this is also my son’s name! And he loves people calling him Howie)