I saw a design on a motherhood blog (don't ask) of an adult hand with a baby's hand on top (palm to palm.) It had the obligatory name and date surrounding the design.
Have you thought of having a heart with your wife's name, with a heart with the baby's name superimposed on it, not centered, but to one side or the other to allow other additions? Nofear, as weird as this may sound, are you sold on having one small tattoo for this event? I didn't apply for a breeding permit, and I'm sure Comrade Brown and Herr Dullard will want me executed for daring to bring another CO2-emitting person into this world.
I have to concur, there's only two female names any man should ever consider - Mom and or the name of a duaghter.
Edit: I could NEVER okay, suggest or condone someone getting their wife's name tattoo'd on any part of their body.
A certain retired MSG I know has his ex-wife's name in a heart on his arm with a giant "VOID" stamp over top of it. Well, after spending 3 weeks with my utterly gorgeous daughter, I have to say that after spending half my marriage overseas, this departure has been the hardest of them all.
I'll be using this deployment to spend some time designing the tattoo and will get it done next trip home. I got my daughter's in Japanese (thank you SOCNET'ers for helping me get the REAL thing and not Kung Pao Chicken), in a samurai sword tsuba over my heart, then a water dragon all around it and down my arm. What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others.
If you’re thinking of getting inked to commemorate your little ones, check out these photos of proud ladies and their mom tattoos. Mother Daughter Matching tattoos are one of the most beautiful tattoos as it expresses the true bonding and love between a mother and her daughter. You are not authorized to see this partPlease, insert a valid App IDotherwise your plugin won't work. TweetChoosing to get a name tattoo is a big deal depending on whose name is being placed on the body.

Regardless of whose name is tattooed, it can be paired with almost any design that represents the person individually. A fancy script adorned with a rose and vines in the same color palette make for an elegant arm tattoo.
Adding a small amount of color to a tattoo can add a little bit of personality to the script.
Having the name in black and grey with some shadowing and the date of birth is a sweet memento in honoring a child’s birth. Not all names have be placed from left to right; allowing the name to go down the arm makes a bold impact and adding color adds elegance. Having a loved one’s name in cursive with small hearts is a bit fancy yet simplistic. Taking your child’s foot print and adding his or her name is a good keepsake for years. The fancy lines in this tattoo make the name blend in a bit and adding the butterflies make it playful. This name tattoo is interesting as it is going down the spine with orchids and and touch of color. A bold name adorned with hearts and some light shadowing make a bold statement on one’s back. Not all name tattoos have to be over the top; a simple cursive font in black often suffices. The hand and foot prints of the person’s child with the name in cursive and the date of birth in roman numerals below.
Adding the first and middle name to the forearm with the date of birth is another way to honor your child’s birth. Having a name tattooed on your ring finger can be just as significant as buying a wedding band for some. Some people want to go with a less obvious name tattoo therefore finding out what your name in a different language is could make for an interesting tattoo.

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The fairy represents her, the snow drop flower is for our youngest sons birth month, the poppy is for our oldest sons birth month, and the rose in her hair is for my birth month. Daughter's palm print, taken at 4 weeks old, with name above and DOB underneath, in a circular pattern, Tribal "font", to match my other tattoos. I was going to get each of my boys' first names with the year of their birth in roman numerals beside each.
Most people choose to get their own name tattooed somewhere on their body, whether it be on the neck, shoulder, arm or leg.
Many fonts ranging from plain to script to graffiti can be used to decorate the name in a meaningful way.
Since my first son was born in the spring and my second was born in the winter, I envisioned a design that would combine flowers and snowflakes. While it is advised to be careful when getting a name tattoo of a significant other, a lot of people still choose to do so.
Ever since I was in my 20s, I wanted a tattoo.  But for years, I couldn’t think of an idea good enough to permanently engrave into my skin. The particular flowers I chose were especially symbolic because they are bluebells, my late mother’s favorite flower. What my tattoo artist came up with was truly spectacular and something I’m proud to show off.
We have compiled here few of the most compelling and beautiful Mother Daughter Matching Tattoos. Some have even gone to the extent to show their loyalty to companies or bands by placing those names on their bodies.

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