If you’re in the middle of a baby name debate with your hubby, we hope you’ll get a chuckle out of this list. Read on for the top baby naming styles that dads, for some reason, are just crazy about.
Once upon a time naming kids was simpler. Traditional names like Linda, Karen, Michael, or Jim, were pretty typical choices for new parents, but then a whole new fangled wave of names took over.
By JustMommiesCelebrities are known for many things, including unique and sometimes even outlandish baby names. From Apple and Orion to Mowgli, here are some of the more colorful titles celebs have given to their precious offspring! Apple Blythe Alison Martin: Daughter of Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin. » Read more
By Nancy Da SilvaYour babies may have shared your body. They may have lived in the same uterus and been born within minutes of each other but they are most definitely two very different people. They may even look alike if they’re identical twins but they are not the same. » Read more
Are you looking for an uncommon and unique name for your new baby, but don't want a name that's off-the-wall or weird? Keep in mind that unusual baby names are more popular now than ever before.
Looking for creative, gender-neutral baby names for your coming arrival? Check out this list of ten amazing names that carry the potential perfect fit for your boy or girl.» Read more » Read more
By JustMommiesThere’s a new most popular name for girls in America, according to the Social Security’s latest release of the top baby names of 2008. After a 12-year run, Emily was knocked out of the top spot and replaced with Emma! Jacob remains the favorite name for boys for the tenth year in a row. The top Ten List is Boys 1. Jacob 2. Michael 3. Ethan 4. Joshua 5. Daniel 6. Alexander 7. Anthony 8. William 9. Christopher 10. Matthew Girls 1. Emma 2. Isabella 3. Emily 4. Madison 5. Ava 6. Olivia 7. Sophia 8. Abigail 9. Elizabeth 10. Chloe » Read more