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My Real Name Is What?!?

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You know these famous faces from magazine covers and movie credits. But do you know their real names? These twelve celebrities all started out life with another name – often one far less glamorous and trend-setting than the names we know them by. Some stage names are subtle departures from birth names, while others are a complete makeover. By Abby Sandel

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Notable Namesakes for September

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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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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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The Latest Starbaby Predictions

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By Tara Ryazansky

Here’s the latest in Tara’s continuing series offering her predictions of what the next batch of starbabies will be named. Be sure to add your own guesses in the comments.

Although everyone is wondering and talking about what the name of North’s baby brother will be, I am just as excited to learn about the names these other celebrities will pick for their babies. Let’s see how close I come to answering correctly.

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short celebrity baby names

By Abby Sandel

Looking at this week’s baby names in the news, you might think that parents are all about short names. We’ve heard high profile birth announcements for Edie and Della, Iyla and Poppy – no formal names required.

But it’s not that simple. Sure, Ava and Mia are in the current girls’ US Top 10. But so are Olivia and Isabella. Cheerful nickname Liam is the Number 2 name for boys, but classic William isn’t far behind.

For nearly every short name that’s trending upwards, there’s a longer possibility that’s also on the rise.

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