- Well dammit. My number one boy name has cracked the top 10 baby names of the year. Guess I will have to come up with a new name for my imaginary son. Find out if your favorite names made the list… [Newser]
- I dare you not to cry while watching this autistic kid’s Christmas wish come true. [The FW]
- Singer Shakira has debuted her baby bump! [PopCrush]05
- And Miley Cyrus has a brand new, incredibly teensy puppy. [Socialite Life]
- Hey dudes, here’s another use for your “Star Wars” LEGOs — proposing to your girlfriend! [The Mary Sue]
- This compilation video of dogs sleeping is making me squee so much, I’m going hoarse. [theBERRY]
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Congratualtions to Adele! The 24-year-old singer just gave birth to her first, a baby boy, with her boyfriend, 38-year-old Simon Konecki.
No name has yet been released and we know some parents have a hard time picking that perfect moniker.
As we are experts in dumb celebrity baby names and the dumbest things parents do, we thought we could be of assistance. Names like Ava and Aiden are way too common for famous first borns. Names like Pilot Inspektor and Seven Sirius tell the would you are unique and rich enough to pay the other kids to stop teasing yours.
Here we go with our very best celeb baby boy name suggests! Read more…
Remember the days when people would name their babies after, say, their great-grandmother? Well, consider Kourtney Kardashian the great-grandmother of our nation. A list of the most popular baby names state-by-state put out by the Social Security Administration proves that people are watching the Kardashians.
The most popular boy’s name in 22 statesranging from Wisconsin to Kansas to Alaska is … Scott Disick! Haha. No, of course not. It’sMason. And the trend took off in 2009 when Kourtney gave birth. (Watch for Penelope to rank in a couple of years.) Read more…
Jacob continues to dominate in the land of boy baby names, taking the No. 1 spot for the 13th year in a row. But there’s a new winner in the female category: After twoyears atop the list, Isabella has now been replaced by Sophia. Isabella was downgraded to second place, followed by Emma (which was briefly No. 1), Olivia, and Ava. For boys, Mason was No. 2 (it jumped 10 spots—thanks to the Kardashians?), followed by William, Jayden, and Noah. The AP notes that Michael took 6th, its lowest ranking since 1948. Read more …
It’s not a new trend to name your child after a favorite character from pop-culture but the last few years have lent themselves to trendy names from film making their way to the top of the list. For the last few years, “Twilight”’s Bella has been a popular name but this year it’s another young adult franchise that’s getting everyones’ attention – “The Hunger Games.” One of the characters took the number one spot on a preview list of what’s going to be hot this year, while a second name from the series also made it onto their radar. I think you’ll be surprised at the results. Read more…
Celebrities tend to choose some very, er, interesting names for their offspring, but this year two names stood out: Bear Blu Jarecki, born to Alicia Silverstone, and Moroccan Cannon, born to Mariah Carey. Those two tied for the worst celebrity baby boy names of 2011 on a new BabyNames.com poll, ABC News reports. Read more…
Everywhere you look there’s a John, Christian (Christie?), Daniel, Jacob, Sarah, Lily — names derived from the Bible, or at least credited that way. My Jewish friend chose the Hebrew name ‘Ethan’ for her son, and I”m sure many of you know people whose religious beliefs influenced their children’s names as well.
My own kids’ names, Rowan and Aurora, definitely have some religious meaning for me as well, being Pagan, but Pagan kid names are often a little more complicated. Well, or less, depending on how you look at it.
If you’re looking for a Pagan or Wiccan-themed baby name, there’s a lot of different things to consider. Read more…
Every year, celebrity baby name website Nameberry.com declares the hottest baby names of that year. The list is based on an analysis of the most searched names, particularly those which saw a strong and sudden increase over the last six months. This year, Nameberry says, the list was “driven by unexpected celebrities, rediscovered classics, and the year’s most compelling events.” So, which names made the list? Let’s find out. Keep reading »