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Notable Namesakes for September

September baby names

By Meagan at A Tulip By Any Name

Now that September is here, school is back in session and a hint of autumn is in the air, so let’s look at some notable September birthdays and historic events for name inspiration. From a Nobel Peace Prize winner, to the first baby born in the White House, September delivers some wonderful names!

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Name Sage: Naming Nora’s Twin Brother

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Miguel and Shawn are expecting twins this fall! They agree on a name for their daughter: Nora Rose, a choice with significance for their family.

But they are stuck on a name for Nora’s twin brother.

Miguel writes:

We agree on our son’s middle name: Manuel, after my father and both my grandfathers.

First names we have considered include:

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New Babyberries Announced in August

Birth announcements for August

By Linda Rosenkrantz

The boys have it this month on Nameberry, with male births far outnumbering the girl baby announcements in August.

We had two pairs of boy twins this time, the handsomely named Cruz Patrick and Kane Fredrick, and Declan Zurich Rhodes and Phineas Keegan. Especially love Zurich as a new place name middle idea (with a nice story behind it.)

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1980s baby names

By Abby Sandel

What defines the 1980s?

There’s breakdancing and the Rubik’s Cube, legwarmers and Pac-Man, Prince William instead of Prince George. But how about the names?

Thirty years ago, the most popular baby names for boys included Jason and Joshua, Michael and Christopher, Andrew and Ryan – the dad names of 2015.

But rewind that VCR in your head to the names of movie characters, popular singers and actors, and more. A surprising number of those names have become among the most stylish choices for boys born today.

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20 UK Names We Should Steal

British faves

By Abby Sandel

The new top baby names for England and Wales came out recently. At first glance, American and British parents have a lot in common. We all love Jack and Emily, Isabella and James.

But the new UK Top 100 is packed with names that far more popular across the pond – including a few that are all but ignored by American parents.

Here are my picks for the British baby names that Americans should import.

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