Category: celebrity name
So….2,449 people named their baby girls Reese last year. Which means that upon meeting those 2,449 little girls, almost everyone for the rest of their lives is going to say, Reese? You mean R-E-E-S-E? As in Reese Witherspoon?
If you name your baby Reese and you’re NOT a Legally Blonde maniac, you’re going to have some ‘splaining to do. Because names like Reese — and Aaliyah and Ashton and Miley and Penn — are so closely tied to one celebrity that people can’t help but think that choosing the name amounts to major fandom.
And thousands of parents every year choose names that are inspired by celebrities.
In fact at this very moment, an untold number of new parents in Britain are waiting to hear the royal baby name so they can adopt it for their own already-born children.
So our question of the week is: Can you imagine you’d be one of them?
*UPDATE! The M.I.A. baby had been named, and the name is….Ikhyd (first erroneously reported as Ickitt) Edgar Arular. Take that, Bronx Mowgli and Moxie Crimefighter! Congratulations, we think.
The M.I.A. baby is due on Sunday, the same day the nine months pregnant pop artist is set to perform at the Grammy Awards. But the event we’re really anticipating is the announcement of the M.I.A. baby name.
Ever since Frank Zappa named his children Moon Unit and Dweezil, crazy baby names have become a rocker institution. Listen up, M.I.A.: Lesson 1 in naming your rocker or rapper baby is that you can never choose a regular old first name. Instead, consider the following baby-naming lessons from the musical mommies and daddies who came before you:
Name Your Baby After Another Musician
There are lots of good choices among the Musician Names. Your fellow rockers seems to be the name of someone cool and dead, as detailed by the following choices: