The aim of the organisation is to help the parent/s settle on the names for the baby boy or baby girl - happy that the choice is as right as could be. People from all over the world use this organisation, with the hope of avoiding baby-name-remorse and uneasiness about giving the baby the wrong name/s.
Right baby - wrong Name has been informally helping parents to make the name-choice for over fifteen years. Those babies are grown into teenagers and young children, and from the accounts of the parent/s, most show signs of high potential. So Right baby - wrong Name was launched to offer its unique service to every expectant couple who might be interested.
The organisation operates from a private sanctuary in one of the central suburbs of Durban; a beautiful city that is the busiest port and a top tourist destination in South Africa. The organisation has plans to extend its service to practical advice about the principles in which children grow, and the way children spend their time.
A spokesperson for Right baby - wrong Name said, “We see our work as an honour and a spiritual service to society. We do not ask for a fee or payment for our service. If well-wishers and patrons wish to make donations they may do so.”
Finding names - even rare names; and finding origins and the meanings of names - are necessary first steps. There are hundreds of websites that supply these. Settling on the baby names with spiritual guidance and a good future for the baby is the more crucial step. For that, Right baby - wrong Name offers its special kind of help. Website - http://www.rightbaby-
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Right baby-wrong Name is a unique organisation that fills the missing link in names for baby boys and baby girls. Many parents are excited about the birth of a baby but often have remorse about the choice of name on which they settled for their child. Right baby-wrongName uses special Christian spiritual gifts to help parents select the right name from the names the parents prefer for the baby boy or baby girl. The organisation does not charge for its services but will accept donations from well wishes and patrons