Let’s forget about the vowel-starting baby names that have dominated the current era.
When it comes to consonants, the J names of the 80s — Jennifer and Jason, Jessica and Joshua — were followed by the K names of the 90s were followed by the L names that are both popular and stylish today: Lila and Liam, Lucia and Laszlo.
And after the lovely, lilting L names, we are ready for M’s fuzzy warmth. There are so many marvelous, miraculous M-starting names that are already being discovered by stylish parents: Mila and Milo, Maisie and Maxwell.
But today we’d like to focus on the M names of the future, those waiting in the wings for revival. Some of our favorites:
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CaraMichelle searches far and wide for her comprehensive monthly round-ups of newborn starbabies to assure that we don’t miss any of the latest star baby news. September brought the high profile births of Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky and Wyatt Isabelle Kutcher. But who else? For starters, there were two other Charlottes, two Fletchers, a Jax and a Jaxx.
And here are all the rest:
Some parents of baby boy Wyatts are nervous. Will Wyatt go girl? Others who had shortlisted Wyatt for a possible child someday might be rethinking. No one wants to introduce their child and have another mom respond, “Oh, like Ashton and Mila’s baby?”
The kerfuffle reminds me of singer Michelle Branch. In 2005, at the height of her success, she married her bass player and had a daughter called Owen Isabelle. Owen remained a Top 100 choice for boys in the US – gaining more than 20 places since – and is barely a blip for girls.