Category: baby name Adeline
Thereâ€™s no sweeter pleasure than serenading your baby with a lullaby, which can even be nicer if the songâ€™s title references the sweetness of your daughterâ€™s (or son’s) name.Â An amazing number of songs fit this bill, dating from the early days of the republic to the Golden Age of jazz and swing, right through to contemporary rockâ€” from the barbershop quartet harmonies of Sweet Adeline to the Rolling Stones’ rendition of Sweet Virginia. Most of these songs have lyrics you can actually croon, while just a few are instrumentals you can set your own words to.
Here they are:
ADELINEâ€”Sweet Adeline is an old standard that was a favorite of barbershop quartets.Â JFKâ€™s grandfather John F. Fitzgerald, mayor of Boston, made it his theme song, and Mickey Mouse serenaded Minnie with it in a 1929 cartoon.Â Sweet name Adeline reappeared on the pop list in 1999, and is now Number 288.
Â Are you still drowning in data? I had barely finished devouring every bit of analysis regarding the new US Top 1000 before the state data started to pour in. Emma is tops in North Dakota, and Mason and Olivia won Most Likely to Appear on a Birth Certificate in Utah.
Baby name news was all over the mainstream media, too. NPR and The New Yorker weighed in on name trends. Jimmy Kimmel was one of many to pick up on the influence of reality television – he quipped that if he ever has twins, heâ€™ll christen them Toddler and Tiara.
Thereâ€™s no denying it – when it comes to baby name trends, whatâ€™s in the headlines has an impact. A notable name is not guaranteed to catch on â€“ Snooki and Katniss remain rarities. Still, it is an important part of the puzzle â€“ a source of inspiration and new ideas that we all tune into, almost constantly, on our smartphones and tablets and televisions and magazines at the grocery check-out line.
Last week brought us plenty of notable names likely to have an impact when we look at future yearsâ€™ Top 1000 lists: