The hot presidential and place name McKinley was joined last year by five girls named Mickinley. And there were also five
But, in New Zealand, inventive parents will have no such luck, since the country has banned the most outlandish baby names
"There's a reverse arms race where everyone is trying not to be number-one," Wattenberg said. The reason may be the increased
That's all for now. Please tweet @HuffPostParents with your answers. #Hashtag #confusing. Putting spelling errors aside, we
H/T Business Insider The site adds: "Any attempt to name your child 'Clembough' independent of this exclusive Groupon will
With over 33,000 baby names on the new national roster -- a full 50 percent more than were in common use a quarter century ago -- you figure there have to be some weird choices among them.
Another website,, a U.S. based site, conducted a very similar survey in October 2011, which resulted
When a name like Talula Does The Hula from Hawaii gets banned, it makes big news. But there are lots of other names that, now and since the beginning of recorded name time, have quietly been relegated to the forbidden list.
Enter Ian Clark of Cramlington, Northumberland, the man who named his daughter Meggie Maisie Lady Gaga. He now plans to name