It is a very hard decision to name your baby or your child because there are so many choices. Everyone is thinking about names for their newborn or child. However, if it’s a name that you can tell your kids, it’s worth the time. A lot can come into play if your child is born with the name Sawyer (pronounced with S in a “S” sound) and you want to honor the name you want them to have.
One of the best things about these names is that they often don’t have anything to do with sports, but instead are taken from historical families and historical people. The names Sawyer, Bennett, and O’Neill have a lot to do with a man named Charles. Charles O’Neill, an Irish immigrant, owned two steam locomotives, which carried his family out of Dublin to America.
For as long as we’ve known and loved this name, it’s been associated with things that were really big, like trains and ships.
We would not be able to write about the names, but it is a good thing that they are so well known. These names have made it to the top of many lists like this, and we want to share some of the names we have listed in our blog so others can take the time to find out more about a specific name or family. It has worked out great for our family to be able to have our kids names be taken from a famous person.
When someone says they love your kid or grand-child, there is still a chance that you are mispronouncing it. We have seen people say, “Oh I’m sorry, but it’s misspelled Sawyer,” instead of “says a lot,” or “I cant believe you said that” or “honey, I would have loved that”.
These beautiful names also have a story line that ties them to their history and background and the families they were named after. The best way to do it is to tell the story. In Sawyer, Bennett, we see the names of ancestors who traveled from England to Scotland and then back to England at some point in the 1700s. The name Bennett is a very popular name in Scotland. From there it goes to Scotland, then to England.