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Caira John

Parents can also participate in baby photo contest.

many other informations available for women.

October 31 2013 at 7:20 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Caira John

Think hundred times before decide a name for your new born baby. When I was brainstorming for names with nice meaning, I found a nice website which have hundred of thousands names with meaning and etymology.

October 31 2013 at 7:17 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Amanda Waters

Hi Gwen,

There are many more Baby Names experts out there, people who love researching name meanings and their origin. For example, at we curate lists of Baby Names selecting names very carefuly and grouping them in meaningful (and fun) lists in order to help parents get ideas and quick results!

September 10 2013 at 8:44 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
selma (sally)Burkhart-Haddad

To S321 Saint. Dear Saint, I did not pass on my maiden name to my two children. They are not depressed about MY hyphenated name. Neither are my grandchildren , nor my husband.

May 18 2010 at 3:04 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Picking a baby name is a very personal thing, influenced by a variety of factors, including family history, personal preferences, and currently popular names and naming practices. Oddly enough, the name choice has almost nothing to do with the person who will bear the chosen name for the rest of his/her life.

Many of us pick our children's names before we ever meet them. Our parents did the same. Thus, we got the names our parents liked at the time, for whatever reason, whether or not that name particularly suited us. Our children also get the names we like the most, and they have to live with our choices for the rest of their lives.

A really bizarre name will certainly make your child stand out from the rest of the elementary school crowd in 3rd grade and on the playground (for all the wrong reasons), but is that what you really want to do?

Eventually, this child will go on to middle school, high school, college, and a career, so it's probably a good idea not to saddle him/her with a weird name that no one can spell or pronounce.

On the other hand, this is America, and you have the right to name your kid anything you want. You can name your kid Willow Tree Leaf Fig Harvest Samson/Delilah Moss and homeschool him/her until the cows come home...which is probably not a bad idea.

April 28 2010 at 3:30 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
James Sorrell

SUICIDE VACCINE is like won't use it on yourself, but can
save somebody's life when the crisis begins because you now know how.~

Subject: ~RED ALERT**URGENT 2009 [CDC::"girl's suicide rate
'skyrockets' 76%".....WHAT is causing this?!? and, help STOP this!]~

{Re: CDC quote---76% 'skyrocket' rise is real danger
all across The Planet, [internet incited]
if girls commit suicide in an "epidemic",
like the 1986 youth suicide epidemic in Omaha, NE that SUICIDE
VACCINE stopped~}

This is NOT "religion", this is Reality, objective reality!

------->"Suicidal thoughts, up since Katrina, PTSD
survey says........"
------->>WASHINGTON (AP)----"Using anti-depressants
Increases the risk of suicidal thoughts and behavior
among young people"----
---[[CDC quote]]---->>>"Suicide rate among girls skyrockets 76%,
says Centers for
Disease Control & Prevention"

April 27 2010 at 5:22 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

I agree Seraphena, this is how stupid the society had become.Some people just want everything done for them,even naming their kids...........That's sad.

April 27 2010 at 10:33 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

There are A LOT of women named Linda who are about 58--66 after a movie star named Linda _______ ( forgot her last name)
And there are a LOT of Judys---named after Judy Garland , who are about from age 62---70.
And so on, ad nauseum .. and that's how babies get their names.

April 27 2010 at 2:37 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Why do they have to hire someone and pay them alot to tell us why certain names are popular. Babys are named after whichever celeb happens to be popular at the time. Hence the name ---Britney , which is spelled wrong, by the way....prob b/c Britney Spears mom didn't know how to spell it.
Also, babies are named after characters on soap operas---like " Harley" or "Kendall "
A baby in my family was recently named Jude ---after Jude Law. I think that's going to be a popular name.
The reason there are so many kids named Ryan, is b/c no one ever heard of that name untill Ryan O'Neil first came into stardom in the 1970 drama, " Love Story "
Young people today don't know about that movie, but they're still naming their sons Ryan. Some people are naming their daughters that too.
"Love Story."

April 27 2010 at 2:30 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

What gives you the right to post such horse apples?

April 27 2010 at 2:22 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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