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Spring Baby Names: News of the week

By Clare Green

Our first spring baby names news report includes the latest stats from Scotland, a royal baby announcement (no, not that one), and babies named after doctors, nurses, soccer players, the Pope, and transformers.

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Baby Names: The bold and the beautiful!

By Clare Green

This week’s news includes big bold starbaby names, what’s hot in Canada and the Channel Islands, and musings on why we all love baby names so much.

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by Sophie Kihm

Creating a coordinated sibset for celebrity babies and everyone else can be hard enough, but when the siblings in question are half-siblings, it’s even harder. A new partner means a new set of opinions and ideas to account for, so frequently sibset cohesion is a preference that gets discarded in favor of an eclectic sibset (nothing wrong with that!).

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March Baby Names: Notable Namesakes

By Meagan BurkeTulipByAnyName

The Merry Month of March welcomes warmer weather and longer days as we head into spring. March is the celebration of Women’s History Month, Saint Patrick’s Day, and Middle Name Pride Day! All of these holidays can offer inspiration for March baby names, as can other properties of the month, like it’s birth flower, the daffodil, or birthstone, aquamarine. Famous figures connected to the month also provide great name choices for a March baby. Let’s spring into spring with this eclectic list of notable March events and birthdays.

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Baby Name Battles and How to Solve Them

By Clare Green

This week’s news includes an Irish name you’ve probably never heard before, the most popular names in all four corners of the USA, and your most common baby naming conflicts solved.

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