The story of the old nicknames Buddy and Sonny–Anna Otto shows how these two generic nickname names from the past are popping up again.
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Many parents seek a name that will work well in several cultures: Anna Otto tells you which names are most popular in the most countries. You can’t go wrong with Ella or Alexander.
The Australian top name stats are out, and Oz native Anna Otto is here to analyze the fastest rising names on the list. We’ll soon be able to compare them to the rising stars in the US.
You can celebrate your own name rather than a saint’s for your own personal Name Day– Anna Otto tells us how it’s done in her family and how it could be done in yours. Care to try it?
Australian baby name blogger Anna Otto has collected a great group of names popular around the world but not ranked in English-speaking countries, in her new ebook designed to help parents find names that are both unusual and normal. Here, she offers a curated selection of some of the best.
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