mearl223 On September - 30 - 2011

Get that special Baby-name!

Naming a baby is probably the most hardest choice-making decision one ever makes – you need the name to sound good, suit the times, be stylish, unique, most of all – MEAN SUMTHN, and maybe even, give respect to an ancestor! Here are some resources to help you make the right decision!

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Naming your baby will be so much MORE fun after you read this…

The most common names for 2009 were: Jacob (Boy) & Isabella (Girl). Both these names were inspired by the blockbuster movie, Twilight. Another name that gained popularity from the movie was Cullen. Ethan, Nathan, Jayden & Noah also did well for baby-boys, while Sasha & Malia raced the list, since Obama became president of the US (his daughter are named so, FYI). Other girl favs were Emily, Emma & To see the Top-10 Boy & Girl baby names list for 2009, click here.

“J” was a very popular choice for baby-boys in 2009 & even now, in 2010. I personaly know new babies, Joshua, Jayden & Jordan and have heared of Justin, Joel & Jay alot, too. But “A” appears to be the worldwide fav for all-time as people believe that a name that starts with “A” enhances their child’e personality & room for success & prosperity in life, while people refrain from “Z” names due to a belief that it brings heaviness to the child, in that, they have slow success. The recent “A” names I personally came across for new babies around me lately are Aiden, Alyssa/Alisha/Alicia, Ava, Armaan, Aarnav, Aakash, Alexa, Alegra, Amani & Aarav – that’s alot of “A” names right there!

Celebrity-Baby names can be very interesting and at times even funny, like:
- Audio Science (by Shannyn Sossamon)
- Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily (by Paula Yates and Michael Hutchence)
- Pilot Inspektor (by Jason Lee and Beth Riesgraf )
- Jermajesty (by Jermaine Jackson and Alejandra Genevieve Oaziaza)
- Kingston & Zuma Nasta Rock. (by No Doubt singer Gwen Stefani and her hubby, Gavin Rossdale)
- Fifi Trixibell ( by Bob Geldof and Paula Yates).
- Aanisah (Macy Gray)
- Apple (Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow)
- Astrella Celeste (Donovan and Linda Lawrence)
- Atherton Grace (Don Johnson and Kelley Phleger)
- Aurelius Cy (Elle Macpherson and Arpad Busson)
- Blue Angel (The Edge from U2 and Aislinn O’Sullivan)
- Bluebell Madonna (Geri Halliwell)
- Brooklyn (David and Victoria Beckham)
- Calico (Alice and Sheryl Cooper)
- Camera (Arthur Ashe and Jeanne Moutoussamy)
- Destry (Steven Spielberg and Kate Capshaw)
- Diezel Ky (Toni Braxton and Keri Lewis)
- Fuchsia (Sting and Frances Tomelty)
- Gaia (Emma Thompson and Greg Wise)
- Gulliver (Gary Oldman and Donya Fiorentino)
- Heaven (Lil’ Mo)
- Hopper (Sean Penn and Robin Wright)
- Ireland (Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger)
- Jaz (Steffi Graf and Andre Agassi)
- Jazz Domino (Joe Strummer)
- Jett (John Travolta & Kelly Preston)
- Kal-El Coppola (Nicholas Cage)
- Kyd (David Duchovny and Tea Leoni)
- Lark Song (Mia Farrow and André Previn)
- Lennon (Liam Gallagher and Patsy Kensit)
- Liberty (Ryan Giggs)
- London Emilio (Slash)
- Luna Coco Patricia (Frank Lampard and Elen Rive)
- Marquise (50 Cent)
- Memphis Eve (Bono)
- Moon Unit (Frank Zappa)
- Moxie CrimeFighter (Penn Jillette)
-Ocean (Forest Whitaker)
- Pilot Inspektor (Jason Lee and Beth Riesgraf)
- Poppy-Honey (Jamie and Jules Oliver)
- Rocket (Robert Rodriguez)
- Rufus Tiger (Roger Taylor)
- Ryder (Kate Hudson & Black Crows frontman Chris Robinson)
- Saffron Sahara (Simon and Yasmin Le Bon)
- Sage Moonblood (Sylvester Stallone and Sasha Czack)
- Satchel (Spike Lee and Tonya Lewis Lee)
- Seven Sirius (Andre Benjamin and Erykah Badu)
- Shiloh Nouvel (Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie)
- Sosie (Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick)
- Suri (Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes)
- Rumer, Tallulah & Scout ( daughters of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore)
- Willow Camille Reign (Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith)
- Zola Ivy (Eddie Murphy and Nicole Mitchell)

Interesting, huh?? Well, that’s all I have for you now, but I leave you with some websites you SHOULD go through before naming your baby..

Lil’ Chef recommends:

- Read this article before naming your new baby – Find out what the first-letter of their name says (or could say) about them: http://www.lilchefsworld.com/OpenForum.php?topic=22&category=6

- Check out www.allthebabynames.com for the widest selection of baby-names – classified by origin, meaning & even, alphabetically. Now, there’s no need to go through countless baby-name sites ‘cuz its all right here, on one site!

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