Posted by Keiko Zoll
I love how a baby in a diaper (and sometimes top hat!) is a commonly associated symbol with the New Year – it’s just too cute! And for lots of maternity wards around the country, it’s a big deal when the first baby of the year is born. What better place to get inspiration for baby names then from these brand new babies with January 1st birthdays!
Click on through for the names of the first 12 babies born across the United States in 2015, listed in order of their birth time.
Posted by Alicia Gibbs
I think matching names are fun, as a child I would always say if I ever had a set of twin girls I would name them Tatyana and Tayna. Fast forward years later, my older brother has twins and their mom gives them those exact names! Needless to say I love them.
Below are 20 names that could be used for brother and sister twins or otherwise. The beauty of Latin names is all in the pronunciacion, at first glance they may look like a common American name you’ve heard many times before but and an accent or roll that R and it is a whole new name. Here are a few Latin inspired names you can add to your list of matching sibling names…
Posted by Chaunie Brusie
It’s a new year and for many of you, that will mean a new baby!
Here are a few great baby names for every month of the year–I love the idea for naming your baby after the month he/she is due, or maybe even the month of conception. What will you name your little one?
Posted by Lacy Stroessner
Now that another year has come and gone, it’s fun to go back and see what the most popular baby names were. In fact, I thought it would be fun to see what the most popular baby names have been for the past decade! Using the SSA name data, I’ve gathered the top 20 baby names from the past 10 years, for boys and girls alike. Any surprises? Any that you think will gain more popularity again in 2015? Take a look…