I just noticed your question posted after my entry about Easter. My rabbi has a very cool poster in her office that says "Thank you Shekina for making me a woman". I didn't find the name Shekina in my Jewish Baby Book but have found this out about it:
It's a term in Judaism which means the divine presence, the awe you feel when confronted by something beautiful, great, bigger than you, that you don't pass off as a chemical function of nature. It's inseparable from God, and feminine. Apparently, literally translated it means "dwelling place" and is thought to be the source of the universe's soul. Kabbalistic tradition associates it with the Earth.
What a great name!