The advent of the second royal baby may have inspired a lot of royal-related baby names, but we’re not sure that new choices
According to the Australian Associated Press, the Department of Internal Affairs introduced the rules governing what names
(Some celebrities break the trend by choosing unusual names, which may make average moms and dads more willing to experiment posted this photo of baby Hashtag (with mom's name hidden): We can't be sure whether the screenshot below
The offer in question -- which The Chicago Sun-Times reports is real, and Business Insider writes off as a publicity gimmick
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.
To avoid post-naming shoulda, woulda, couldas, founders of Pamela Redmond Satran and Linda Rosenkrantz offer
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.
And what happens when celebrities start to get creative with their stage names? According to the "Daily Mirror," Clark's