Category: baby name Tessa
This week’s baby name news was dominated by tales of a mom who has agreed to let the general public name her baby in exchange for $5,000. It turned out to be a hoax, but it raises the question: Would you ever let another person name your child?
It’s an unthinkable transaction for most of us. We have extensive lists of baby names carefully assembled and edited over the years. I like to think that I could blissfully name eight more children, each with two middles.
Or could I?
Creative freedom in baby naming is here to stay. Even parents who say they prefer the mainstream often choose names like Chloe and Noah, Avery and Jayden, possibilities that would have been quite surprising a few decades back.