Private Baby Name Consulting

Sometimes, the right baby name hits you like a bolt of lightning. You’ll find it on your family tree, or hear it in a movie. “That’s my child’s name,” you think. And your partner agrees without hesitation.

More often, it’s a search. Even a slog. As one mom told me, “We came to the end of the internet.”

All the while, everyone is asking. “Have you found a name yet?”

When baby naming overwhelm hits, or you’ve stumbled into a naming conflict that feels unresolvable, a little bit of process, combined with significant expertise and neutral guidance can make all the difference.

You don’t need your sister’s list of Top Ten favorites. After all, she’s only sharing them so you know they’re off-limits.

i can help you go from a blank space on the birth certificate to a name chosen with confidence and care.

No two families reach the same answer. I’ve helped parents identify names that are truly unique, and I’ve encouraged others to use their favorite, even though it was more popular than they’d initially hoped.

For many parents, the best option is a phone call.

Private #namehelp Post

Love the #namehelp posts, but don’t want to share your naming challenges with the world?

Request a private #namehelp post instead.

You’ll receive a PDF that resembles a typical #namehelp post in terms of length. That means I can answer a question or two, and suggest around 8 to 12 names, depending on the nature of your inquiry. If a favorite stands out to me, I’ll share that, too.

This summer I’m offering a special: just $50 for your custom report. You can order your private #namehelp post here.

Quick Call Baby Naming Assistance

Stuck on a difficult question? Trying to narrow down your top two or three choices? Do you feel like you know what you’re looking for, but just want a neutral person to listen?

Quick Call Baby Naming Assistance can help.

The cost is $75 for 45 minutes. You can schedule an available time here.

Want to know more about me? Here I am talking with Today’s Dylan Dreyer and Savannah Guthrie about the baby naming process.