It seems like celebrities constantly try to outdo each other when it comes to naming their children something unique. Likewise, the rest of us often tend to emulate the famous (or infamous) by using these same (often atrocious) names with our own brood.
With the coming of Spring 2015, we're noticing more and more baby bumps. Mallory Moss, co-founder of BabyNames.com, presents her list of the most eagerly awaited celebrity babies. From weeks to months, these babies are on their way to stardom!
The best day ever was when I remarried last summer -- my two daughters and my husband's two sons were the entire wedding party. What followed was the anticipation of the best honeymoon ever to Bora Bora! I couldn't believe how euphoric I felt... until I hit "the glitch."
My husband and I had our first baby boy and named him "Ford," from my maiden name. Two years later, we had our second baby boy and named him -- wait for it -- "Owen." So, yes, today there is an Owen and Ford Wilson and an Owen and Ford Smiley.
My Little Publishing Company has obtained exclusive worldwide rights to transcripts of the interviews recently conducted by the Duchess of Cambridge in her search for adequate baby care.
These "starbaby" names had the power to launch trends and inspire namesakes, we theorized, and we'd be hearing them far into the future.
Last month we gave a Nameberry shout-out to the moms of best-named babies in the past year, so how could we not do the same thing for the dads on Father's Day?
Now that Maxwell Drew is finally here, there is so much I have been waiting to tell you!
There is a baby boom in Hollywood that shows no sign of slowing down. Just like we are influenced by celebrities in fashion choices, the influence of how they deck out their babies' nurseries is ever present now more than ever!
The media seems to focus exclusively on celebrity mothers' post partum exercise routines or nursery décor! Personally, I am not so interested in how fast so-and-so got back into shape after baby -- but I am REALLY interested in hearing about other women's births.
Every year, it seems, people become more aware of the power of names. And yet names are still free and universal, which increases the pressure to find that one perfect name that defines and encapsulates all your hopes and dreams for your child.
Praising, which is a marvelous thing when it is merited and sincerely given, has become as freely distributed in the schools and playgrounds as cake at a birthday party.
Sandra Bullock's choice of Bardo as her newly-adopted son's middle name puts the spotlight back on the O names -- names that begin, end, or otherwise emphasize the letter O.
New York Nonstop's Roseanne Colletti dishes with Laura Lane of OK! Magazine about Sandra Bullock's baby secret, and other celebrities who have babies on the way.
This year was notable by a swell of great celebrity baby names, far outweighing the quirky, strange, and downright bad.
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.