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My husband and I loved the movie Storm of the Century, and my husband vowed that we would name our next daughter Pippa after the little girl in the movie. However, now that the Royal Family has taken America by storm and Pippa is a household name, I'm not so sure! It was a rarely mentioned name, and now it's on everyone's lips. Should we still use it if we have a girl? I'm on the fence!
It's still beautiful and unique. Just because the world knows of one Pippa doesn't make it as common as Sarah or Emily. Pippa will always be a one of a kind name, even though Pippa is Kate's sister. Also, if you do not use the name you will always think of it and wished you had. so GO FOR It!
I totally agree with all of the others If you love it, use it!! It's a really cute and spunky name to me, very unique! And I love it with Samone (although I prefer the "Simone" spelling as well )
Very cute name choice!!
eli grey [9.15.10]
jude lawrence [11.9.12]
forever loving our best girl, finley [born still 10.30.11]
My son's name is Noah which is supposed to be popular. Well we live in the suburbs of Chicago, he's in daycare, school, baseball & basketball & we've only run into 1 Noah in 6 1/2 years.
The same here. We have the #1 most popular girl's name (per SSA list) - Isabella - but we have run into only 2 even though in the last 3 years at various times my DD has been in school, gymnastics, soccer, t-ball, swim lessons, art classes, ballet/tap, drama/theater, and church.
Pippa might appear to be too British to become too popular in the U.S.