Vintage Baby Name News

Offbeat boy names
March 4th, 2020

Choosing Offbeat Boy Names

By Abby Sandel

They named their first son Ralph because they found it traditional, but approachable; a little bit different, but still cuddly and fun. Now let’s find more offbeat boy names to help name Ralph’s brother!

January 24th, 2020

Where To Find A Cool Vintage Boy Name

By Emma Waterhouse

Cool vintage boy names and how to choose one! From cool retro nicknames, to stylish surnames, to unique vintage boy names which are likely to stay rare.

1920s Girls Names
January 23rd, 2020

Where to Find a Cool Vintage Girl Name

By Sophie Kihm

So you’re looking for a cool vintage girls’ name. It has to have style. It has to have charm! It shouldn’t be common. You refuse to be scoffed at! We get it. Yes, these seemingly elusive qualities are hard to capture all in one name, but hey, that’s why we’re here. We’ve identified one hundred […]

Little Women names
December 26th, 2019

Little Women Sets New Name Trends

By Pamela Redmond

The new Little Women movie is sure to set lots of style trends, including one for names from its Civil War era, particularly Jo and Louisa.

October 29th, 2019

16 Surprising Saints Names for Babies

By Linda Rosenkrantz

16 surprising saints names for baby boys and girls that are both spiritual and stylish.

October 22nd, 2019

New Geek Chic Names For Girls

By Emma Waterhouse

Here are the newest geek-chic names for girls, from Albertine to Winifred.

October 21st, 2019

New Geek Chic Names For Boys

By Emma Waterhouse

Whether you call them hipster, nerdy, funky-clunky or Grandpa names, there’s no denying that geek chic names for boys are cool.

October 17th, 2019

Ghost Names for Babies

By Sophie Kihm

To celebrate Halloween here are ten scary real-life ghost names for babies.

June 13th, 2019

70s Dad Names Around the World

By Sophie Kihm

For Father’s Day, a look at what dad names are most likely to be around the world.

June 2nd, 2019

15+ Cool Names for June Babes

By Sophie Kihm

Cool names for June babies include those inspired by the rose and the pearl, June’s birth flower and birthstone, and by Marilyn Monroe and other notable June babies.