Name Reveal!

Our miracle baby boy’s name is finalized. 

We have had many years as we struggled with infertility and loss to ponder names. 

When choosing a name, what matters most to us is that it have strong meaning behind it. I have always preferred a biblical name to give God thanks for what he has done for us. 

This being said, his name will be Isaac William.

Isaac means “laughter” or “he laughs,” and William means “protector.”  

There is meaning behind both. Here is a little background of Isaac in the bible-


After God fulfilled his promise and Sarah gave birth, He told them to name their child, Isaac, meaning laughter. Isaac went on to live a godly life, marrying Rebecca, who was also barren for a time like his mother. Never giving up faith, Isaac and Rebecca went on to eventually have twins of their own. If you would like to read more, you can find the story of his life in the book of Genesis in the bible. 

As for his middle name, William is after hubby’s paternal grandfather, and also after the middle name of our son who passed away in February of 2015 (Isaiah William).

We hope you love it as much as we do. 

We just cant wait to meet Isaac William this winter 💙

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30 thoughts on “Name Reveal!

  1. Beautiful name! Congrats on picking something out – I know how those name conversations go.

    You look great in the bump pics and hope you’re getting to enjoy this special time amid all the anxiety.

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  2. I LOVE it! That is my top pick for a name too, just as a reminder of the gift that God has given us as he did Sarah and Abraham. Unfortunately for me, DH doesn’t like the name 😦 He is just a butthead that doesn’t know a good meaningful name though!

    Yay!!! Isaac!

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  3. Yes! When I saw his name on instagram I knew it was was Sarah’s son. That’s a good story. I read somewhere that all the women in the bible who struggled with infertility eventually gave birth to great men in the bible. I like the idea of naming a child after one of these stories. The one I have picked out is Sarah’s great grandson. Love it.

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  4. Oh I’m so glad you’re going with Isaac! It’s my favorite boy name but my husband doesn’t like it so it went off our list. Also thanks for not naming your kid some weird celeb name or a “last name as first name”. 🙂

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