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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Baby Names News and Views

» Baby Names Of The Decade JOCELYN's Awesome World
In TFK, I read about the baby names of the decade. I read that the top 5 girls is: Emily, Madison, Emma, Hannah, Olivia. The top5 boys is: Jacob, Michael, Mathew, Christpher. I found out that the top ten of the girls is: Emma, Isabella, ...

UNUSUAL BABY NAMES: Why They're Really On The Rise – Baby Name ...
What's surprising is the reason the San Diego State author of the latest study gives for the rise of unusual baby names since the 1940s, with the biggest rise in the 1990s. The theory: Higher narcissism among Baby Boom parents inspired ...

The Most Popular American Baby Boy Names 2010 | Marisa Meidle's ...
The most popular baby names by year, and also offers many ideas for unique baby names, baby names from different origins, baby names by country ( i.e. American baby names, Italian baby names etc) and many baby nameslists organized by ...

Popular and Unique Names in England and Wales, 2008
Because I recently found a more complete version of the 2008 list that goes all the way down to baby names used in England and Wales just three times. So, the top-ranked names may be old news, but the rest are new. (New to me, anyway. ...

16 Crazy Celebrity Baby Names…
16 Crazy Celebrity Baby Names... - You know what name I've always loved for a girl? Emma. This is perhaps because I was a huge FRIENDS fan. Emma.

vici blog » Blog Archive » 100 Top Baby Names (Suzanne Doyle-Ingram)
I found it very interesting researching the top 100 baby names for this article, because although my husband and I thought we were going for unique baby names during my pregancy, both our daughters' names are on the list! ...

ENGLISH RIVER NAMES: Flow gently sweet Afton and Avon – Baby Name ...
British baby names, Irish baby names, Uncategorized, baby name ideas, boys' names, cool baby names, creative names for boys, creative names for girls, ...

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Friday, March 05, 2010

Baby Names News and Views

Nymbler Blog: February's Most Popular Baby Names - 2010
February's Most Popular Baby Names - 2010. Here are the names that were popular on Nymbler in February 2010, click them to see more info: Top 10 favorite names: 1. Charlotte (Same) ...

Flower Baby Names
The flower baby names are coming back in popularity. For example, Rose, Blossom, Dahlia, Rosemary, Daisy, Flora, Heather, Hyacinth, Iris, Ivy, Jasmine, Lily, Rhoda, and Violet have risen in popularity. ...

Giving Kids a Bad Name: 8 Illegal Baby Names | momlogic.com
Celebrities aren't the only ones giving their babies unusual names -- but they usually don't run into trouble with the law.

Top 100 Baby Names and Helpful Tips To Consider When Naming Your ...
What is particularly interesting is tracking the popularity of baby namesover the decades. In looking through baby name lists from 1880 to the present, some amusing patterns emerge, particularly in regards to baby names for girls. ...

Worst Baby Names Revealed: What Is The Most Horrible Name You've ...
Meet Justin Case, Barb Dwyer and Stan Still. All of which, have been deemed some of the most unfortunate names to ever be given to a human being in the UK.

parkersanity: Top 10 Boy and Girl Baby Names in the UK for 2010
Top 10 Boy and Girl Baby Names in the UK for 2010. Okay...I think this is an interesting list. Mainly because of the boy names. Boy. 1. Jack. 2. Harry. 3. Alfie. 4. Thomas. 5. Oliver. 6. Daniel. 7. Joshua. 8. Charlie. 9. Mohammed ...

The Most Popular American Baby Boy Names 2010
It is a good idea to use the internet as a source of ideas for baby names. Many tools that will assist you in choosing the right name for your baby. The most popular baby names by year, and also offers many ideas for unique baby names, ...

Choosing More Unusual Baby Names ~ Dolphin Post
The researchers suspect the uptick of unusual baby names could be a sign of a change in culture from one that applauded fitting in to today's emphasis on being unique and standing out. When taken too far, however, this individualism ...

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