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Did your baby's name make the list?
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Some names never go out of style.
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Nameberry has released the top predictions for next year.
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These picks aren't what you'd expect.
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The previous year's No. 1 boy's name, Liam, is now the runner-up.
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Find out which names took the top spots this year.
According to new research, this moniker is the top name in nine countries.
For the first time since 1917, the baby name Elsa has entered the top 500 list no doubt thanks to the popularity of Disney's "Frozen."
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While baby names are becoming increasingly creative, a list of the most popular monikers of 2014 proves that classic names still dominate! On Friday, the U.S. Social Security Administration released i...
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As parents, we put a lot of time and thought into compiling a list of our top baby names. Then it takes even longer to choose the perfect name for our little one. And why not? It's the moniker she'll...
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When it comes to baby names, British Columbians are pretty consistent. Especially with girls' names. The B.C. government has released its statistics on the province's top baby names for 2013, and Oliv...
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From Gwyneth Paltrow's baby Apple to Drew Barrymore's daughter Olive, there are plenty of cute little baby names out there inspired by the delicious things we love to eat. According to a recent repor...
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They say everything old is new again, so don't for one minute think that rule doesn't apply to baby names of today and yesteryear. We've rounded up 10 of our favourites (and 10 we seem to be seeing more -- whether it be in pop culture or amongst celebrities).
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Every year, the most popular baby names list is announced, and I think most parents prefer to never see their child's name turn up there. It might be because they want to "own" that name and be individual, or they are thinking about confusion in the classroom in later years. There's a fine line between common and insane (Hashtag, anyone?) that every parent considers.
Not sure what unique name to give your baby? You might want to steer clear of these. The B.C. government recently released the province's 20 most popular baby names for boys and girls in 2012. Ethan w...
Choosing a name for your bundle of joy can be one of the most challenging -- and also, most fun -- parts of pregnancy. Fortunately, there are tons of books, websites, and apps out there to give you plenty of inspiration. Here, we present our top five baby naming apps (bonus: four of the five are free)!
Liam and Emma were the most popular baby names in Alberta in 2012. Liam stayed at the top of the most popular names list for a third year in a row, while Emma rose to the number one spot among popular...
WASHINGTON - Talk about high expectations for a newborn: King and Messiah are among the fastest-rising baby names for American boys.They're just a little behind Major, the boy's name that jumped the m...
When you pick the names for your babies, do you care if the name made the most recent "most popular baby names" list? Is that a bonus? Is it a detriment? Do you go out of the way to avoid using a name that anyone you have ever known or ever could possibly know could have or sound like, or remind you of?
Certain baby names are timeless, and what better way to honour tradition than by considering the Irish baby names that have proven themselves for generations. True, it's only recent that Irish baby names have become "hip," but when the novelty wears off, Irish baby names will still maintain an air of distinction.
This year, the most popular baby names tended toward the traditional — Sophie and Aiden were tops again in 2012. But for every couple thousand Emma's and Noah's running around, you know there has to b...
All you soon-to-be parents, listen up — it's time to suss out whether your child will be awash in a sea of Matthews and Sarahs, or if they'll be stuck remembering names like Corleone and Draper for th...
Choosing a name for your child can be stressful. But I do wonder what consideration today's parents give on the long-term impact on their child, especially when they choose an obscure name. I am raising this question because I read recently that some parents have named their poor child "Hashtag." I ask you, what sort of name is that for a child?