names

The Social Security Administration released its annual list of top baby names on Friday.
Experts share the guidelines they believe parents should consider.
From Alice and Aiden to Adelaide and Arlo.
From Dylan and Delilah to Dallas and Daisy, there are many non-Donald options.
From Jane and Jasper to Journey and Jacoby.
Nameberry published a list of names that define this generation.
A name change is surprisingly simple. Pick a name. Go to civil court. Fill out the Name Change Petition form and a Proposed
Whatever your name may be, carry it proudly like a badge of honor.
The name Lucy appears on Utah's top ten but does not appear on any other state's top ten list. Utah also shares the name
What's in a name? Being neither Capulet or Montague I responded to Ancestry.com's offer of a free peek into mine. They came up with this: "English: probably a variant of Yelland or Yellin. Americanized spelling of Norwegian Hjellen, from the definite singular form of Old Norse hjallr 'terrace', 'ledge' (see Hjelle). Jewish (Ashkenazic): variant spelling of Jelen."
I've done many self-assessments and am in tune with who I am. I enjoy achieving things but I am also quite affiliative in nature. Relationships and connections mean a great deal to me. Yet, I still have a tough time remembering people's names! I find this frustrating, annoying and embarrassing.
Spring break might be a break for kids, but isn't there a better name for the week parents must survive when their kids are at home all day from school?