Category: celebrity baby names

celebrity baby names

By CaraMichelle

Last month, within CaraMichelle’s full complement of new celebrity babes, was a set of triplets and four pairs of definitely unmatchy twins.

Distinctive singleton choices include a girl named Swann, and boys dubbed Buddy Bob (brother of Buzz), Canyon, Czar (more royalty!), and Dutch. Among the more high profile births were Rose Byrne and Bobby Cannevale’s boy Rocco Robin.

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predicting celebrity baby names

By Sophie Khim

Celebrity baby naming is unpredictable, but that doesn’t stop us from trying! Just as we’re shocked when famous parents chooses something way out of left field for their child (a la Jamie Oliver‘s Petal Blossom Rainbow or Gwyneth Paltrow’s Apple), it’s just as surprising to hear them pick a common name (like Michael Buble’s Noah or Matt Damon‘s Isabella). That being said, there are some tricks to celebrity baby name predictions, so let’s look into the crystal ball.

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celebrity baby names

By CaraMichelle

Some of the high-profile highlights from this long list of January starbaby births:

Marissa Mayer, president and CEO of Yahoo!, gave her twin girls the lovely and exotic names Marielle and Sylvana.

Jack Huston went for the dramatic, Van Gogh-ish Cypress Night, Tyra Banks for the stylish York Banks, Michael Bublé for the classic Elias (brother of Noah)

One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson, after a tangle of media misinformation, revealed that the actual name of his son is Freddie Reign.

Also of interest: the name Love Lily and the sibset Django, Djordan, Djaeda and Djanai. And two Bowies born in the month the singer died; I’m sure there are many more to come.

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Notable Boy Namesakes for February

February namesakes

By Meagan Burke, TulipByAnyName

Love is in the air this month and this eclectic list of notable male names is sure to have something for everyone to love. February may be the shortest month of the year, but it is chock full of wonderful namesake-worthy names! This month we draw inspiration from an athlete, an activist, and several artists.

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Middle Names, Nine Different Ways

9 Middle Name Ways

By Abby Sandel

It was a big week for celebrity birth announcements, and the names of the new arrivals are noteworthy. Welcome, York and Freddie, Talon and Florence.

Bold and daring baby names like Rainbow and Saint dominate headlines. But sometimes the most interesting names are tucked in the middle, like this week’s batch.

Middle names haven’t always been standard issue in English. The aristocracy used them first, but it wasn’t until the twentieth century that it became the norm for almost every child born in the US to receive two names – or sometimes more.

This week’s baby names in the news illustrate nine approaches to choosing your child’s middle name. If you’re stumped, this list might help you brainstorm possibilities for your little superstar.

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