Since you are on the lookout for unique baby girl names, you can start by checking out these names and tips.

> Top 50 Unique Baby Girl Names

> Picking A Middle Name

> Shared Family Names 

> Unisex Names

When it comes to choosing a baby girl name for your daughter. It can be such a fun experience but also very stressful as well! Naming your baby girl is one of the first huge decisions you will make as a new parent. 

If you are like a lot of parents. You may be looking for a name that has an important meaning, a family name, a name that goes with cultural traditions, or you want an adorable name that is unique on its own!

If you are finding yourself drawing blanks, and you can put your finger on a name even after looking at a lot of baby name lists. I have some good news for you! Every year the Social Security Administration (SSA) releases a list of the most popular baby boy and girl names. Checking out this list may help you make a decision. 

Top 50 Baby Girl Names

  1. Emma
  2. Betty
  3. Olivia
  4. Ava
  5. Isabella
  6. Cami
  7. Daphanie
  8. Dawn
  9. Delilah
  10. Genevive
  11. Maggie
  12. Parker
  13. Jordan
  14. Sophia
  15. Charlotte
  16. Mia
  17. Amelia
  18. Harper
  19. Evelyn
  20. Kyrie
  21. Lainey
  22. Remi
  23. Rees
  24. Abigail
  25. Emily
  26. Elizabeth
  27. Mila
  28. Ella
  29. Avery
  30. Sofia
  31. Taliesa
  32. Zina
  33. Ashbee
  34. Kalina
  35. Bobbie
  36. Scotie
  37. Brit
  38. Tilly
  39. Sybil
  40. Nell
  41. Camila
  42. Aria
  43. Scarlett
  44. Victoria
  45. Madison
  46. Luna
  47. Grace
  48. Chloe
  49. Penelope

Picking A Middle Name

Should you or shouldn’t you pick a middle name for your daughter? The traditional number of names in the United States is three- First name, middle name and either your family’s last name or your last name.

If you pick the non-traditional route. You are not the only one! There are plenty of families that only give their children two names- a first name and the last name. No middle name at all! It is up to you whether you want your daughter to have a 3 name or a 2 name.

If it is important to you that your daughter has a middle name. Think about names that will pair together easily and smoothly. Do you want just a single letter? Do all three or more names flow together? What do the initials look like? This may seem like more to add to your long list of to-dos before your little one arrives. But taking the time to run through these types of questions will help you find the perfect name that you love for your little girl.

Shared Family Names

It is not uncommon to come across kids who have been named after their ancestors or have some family members’ names. Since it is a tradition in many families. How the name-sharing is executed is different within each family.

It is common to have the father or mother’s middle name also be the middle name for their child. Or it may be a favorite family name that has been past down from generation to generation.

Sharing a family name isn’t the only shared name you may consider. Think about other popular or even unpopular names of famous or historical people that you may want to name your daughter after. Are they names that you would like your daughter’s name to be associated with?

If you are leaning towards picking a name that is shared with a famous or historical name. It will probably follow them for the rest of their lives. So make sure you pick a good one!

Unisex Names

Not everyone loves unisex names. Personally I love unisex names. However, don’t be surprised if your daughter is mistaken for a boy from time to time based on their name. But there are plenty of amazing unisex names out there. Don’t totally forget about these names because who knows. You may fall in love with a unisex name!

What’s Next?

Don’t overstress about picking a name for your daughter. Write down a few names that you love and as you get closer to the arrival of your little one. You will pick a name that you love!

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Kara is the founder of the Dollar Mommy Club and a full-momma and who loves every minute of it. Ever since she was a little girl (around two years old actually) she has wanted a baby of her own. She even asked her mom for “a crying and pooping baby doll” for Christmas when she was just 6 years old. Certain events took place to where Kara was diagnosed with Endometriosis, and doctors told her that having her own children might be impossible. She spent years trying to figure out her health by trying everything under the sun that you can think of. It wasn’t until a few years after she was married that both she and her husband figured it out, and they were blessed with their first baby girl! When Kara isn’t managing the Dollar Mommy Club and it’s wonderful members and contributors, she enjoys spending time with family, binge-watching The Office on Netflix, and creating art.

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