Category: celebrity baby names
By Tiana Putric
The Boston Marathon, rooted in ancient Greek history, is the oldest modern annual marathon in the world: it was established in 1897 – 119 years ago! Taking place every year on Patriots’ Day, it falls this year on April 18th, when tens of thousands of marathoners from around the world will run while hundreds of thousands of spectators will watch, applaud, and shout words of encouragement.
Meet the interesting names of eight past Boston Marathon winners from Ellison Brown in the men’s open to Jacqueline Gareau in the women’s open to Marcel Hug and Edith Hunkeler in the men’s and women’s wheelchair division.
A massive number of new starbabies this month, including no less than six sets of twins!
Among the newsmakers: Ivanka Trump’s new son Theodore James, Anne Hathaway’s Jonathan Rosebanks, Seth Meyers and Alexi Ashe’s baby boy Ashe Olsen, Chad Lowe’s Nixie Barbara, and James Van Der Beek’s fourth child, Emilia.
The full list:
By Abby Sandel
For years, conventional wisdom dictated that boys were named after their fathers and grandfathers. But today, boys are just as likely to be named after the important women in their lives.
Along with that shift comes a willingness to think differently about boys’ names. We’ve noted the rise of boy-girl equivalents, like Emma and Emmett, before. Now we’re more seeing boys with middle names that might have been reserved for girls just a few years ago.
If you’ve grown weary of celebrity birth announcements with names like James, Arlo, and Wyatt for girls, this could be a hopeful sign. As many berries have pointed out, names aren’t really unisex unless they can be used for both boys and girls equally.
From Anne Hathaway’s inventive smoosh to the tWitch Boss’s nature name pick, let’s look at the baby names in the news in recent weeks – and the way parents are choosing boy baby names that are fresh and new.
April is a time for planting, planning, and spring cleaning. The second month of spring, April is budding with hope and offers a lovely bouquet of notable names to draw inspiration from. This month we’ll look at a varied array of April-related names, from a comedian to a poet to a sweet springtime flower.
By Abby Sandel
Celebrities have the power to turn unusual or outmoded baby names into contemporary hits. Many of the baby names in the Top 100 have Hollywood roots, from Ava to Violet, Jayden to Wyatt, and once-bizarre names from Hazel to Huckleberry have come to seem normal after celebrities chose them. Which new celebrity baby names will have the most influence on the name trends of tomorrow?
Our choices for the newest star names: