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… More »
I could read about, talk about and dream about baby names all day long. Some people might call me obsessed. I truly get upset each time I hear a bad name… a bad name in my opinion, at least. Too trendy, spelled too ”Kreatively,” or a given name that sounds plain horrible when paired with… More »
Is there an unwritten rule that celebutards are required to name their babies something completely outrageous and idiotic? The kiddos will get enough flack for having a famous mommy and daddy, so topping it off with a stupid name is just cruel and unnecessary.
It was recently revealed that Mariah Carey and her toothpick-sized… More »
Until I was about 14 years old, I had never met another Olivia. It wasn’t necessarily a source of pride until Google came into existence and I absolutely crushed the only other Olivia Allin in the world in terms of search results. Poor girl never had a chance. But then came Olivia Wilde. And Olivia… More »
“My dad’s name is James, and my brother’s name is Jason. [Carey and I] are both Irish, Carey’s middle name is Jason, [and] Jameson — we like whiskey. That’s a no brainer.”– Pink explains why she and husband Carey Hart would name a baby boy “Jameson.” Only one problem — her doc thinks she’s expecting… More »
What’s in a name? A lot, actually. Naming your kid is one of the hardest parts of starting a family, fraught with arguments, opinions and bad choices. You need to make sure your child’s name is something unique but not too weird, easily rolls off the tongue, and most importantly, totally reflects the kind of… More »
Nahla Ariela and Shiloh Nouvel are certainly unique baby names (ain’t nothin’ wrong with that!), but celebrities, in their quest to be obnoxiously “different” often give truly bizarre names to their kids — ones that are sure to get them beat up in 5th grade. The Times U.K. put together a list of the 50… More »