Think Spring. As the sun rises and the day begins, a flower opens. Awakened from a good night’s rest… Spreading and moving in a whorl… Reminiscent of our own wake-from-slumber routine. Daisies have existed since ancient times. Its name denotes the “day’s eye” – for the ability to open during the day and close at night.
Spring began as a surname before being adopted as a first name. In America, its most popular use was in the 1970s, inspired by the seasonal transition when nature seems to wake with activity. A depiction of youth, life, renewal and growth.
Here’s an opportunity to pause and appreciate life.
We each have our own special holiday. For those born in October, enjoy it to the fullest.
Be inspired! We have found names inspired by the Spring season.
Autumn brings festivities and fellowship… and is often considered the time of increase. The season certainly inspires. For more than a decade, the name Autumn has gained in popularity – being ranked among the top 100 names used for girls in the United States.