Make an important decision.
If you’re hoping you son or daughter’s name will be one in a million instead of one of a milion, be inspired…
Plus how you do things differently than Beyoncé, an amazing Instagram account from Australia, and “Sesame Street Fighter.”
Plus 22 real-life success kids, 12 scripts abandoned by famous screenwriters, and a map of rats in New York City.
Unless they’re big H.P. Lovecraft fans, that is.
Plus 8 hilarious women on TV who are criminally underrated, 50 books that will make you a better person, and a formerly deaf man listens to music for the first time in his life.
Nine months isn’t anywhere near enough time.
Unless your baby is 75 or older, amirite?
According to website BabyCentre, Brits are no longer looking to royals for baby name inspiration. Now it’s all about hit US dramas.
Plus a novel written entirely on Instagram, a town literally losing sleep over the sounds of fish sex, and 5 nail trends that no one understands.
Shrieks of “Tyrion, your dinner’s getting cold!” beckon.
The judge said “Messiah” is “a title that’s only been earned by one person and that one person is Jesus Christ.”
If it ain’t double-barrelled, you’re not coming in. (Inspired by this.)
When the world is full of little Imogens, Djangos and Katnisses in 10 years, we’ll only have ourselves to blame.
How about “Joe” or “Sally”?
Apparently, the company behind the controversial contest made it all up.
There is no way that this could turn out badly.
It’s pronounced “Ah-LEPH” and is Hebrew. Thoughts? View Image ›
… and he has THE Coolest name…… EVER. View Image ›
Bem vindo (welcome in Portuguese) baby Wolverine, from all of us here at BuzzFeed and from the faculty of Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters. He’s cute now, but wait till his adimantium claws come in. It’ll give “terrible twos” a whole new meaning. View Image ›
Now you know how to make sure your baby will love Grizzly Bear and Dirty Projectors.
Daredevil and all-around survivor Bear Grylls named his newborn son, Huckleberry. Sadly, this isn’t the weirdest name the TV star has bequeathed a child — his elder is named Marmaduke. Sounds like these will be the most well-adjusted children to be left on a deserted island. How else will they learn?
From an obscure specialty name to (almost) the top of the New York City Health Department’s baby-name list in one year. Thanks, Britney! Jayden was #591 in 2006, and jumped to #2 in 2007. On the national level, the name has moved up to #18. Expect a lot of Jaydens graduating in 2025. Read More ›
Type in any name and NameVoyager graphs how popular it has been from 1880 to 2007. You can totally guess name popularity by decade. Sunshine only shows up in the 60’s and 70’s and Rihanna doesn’t even appear on the chart until 2006. I also learned that Anne is for really really old people. Thanks mom and dad. Read More ›
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