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Baby NasChoosing Trendy or TraditionalBarbara Freedman-De Vito Lists of baby nas are always fun to look at nike roshe run nere e fiori , whether you're seeking a na for your soon-to-be-born baby boy or baby girl, wondering about the popularity of your own first na, or just curious about what baby nas are currently hot. What I find particularly interesting is trking the popularity of baby nas over the decades. In looking through U.S. ernnt baby na lists from 1880 to the present, so amusing patterns erge, particularly in regards to baby nas for girls. For example, in Victorian tis Biblical nas, such as Mary, Sarah and Ruth were very popular for baby girls. There were also many baby nas that sounded very old-faioned to , as a kid growing up in the 1960s, including nas like Martha nike roshe flyknit offerta , Alice, Bertha and Minnie. From the 1920s to the 1950s certain baby nas rose in popularity. For example, I went to school with many Susans, Debbies, Patricias, and Lindas. All of these baby nas have since waned, to be repled, by the 1980s, with fancier nas such as Jennifer, Jessica and Nicole. When I was a children's librarian in the 1980s my preschool storyhours were populated with little girls nad Lauren and Jenny nike roshe run grigie e rosa , and little boys nad Alex and Matthew. More recently there's been a lot of renewed interest in more "old-faioned" baby nas like Hannah, Abigail and Ethan, plus many Biblical nas such as Sarah, Rhel, Joua, Job, and Samuel. There's also been a surge in nontraditional baby nas including Madison, Aley and Brianna for baby girls, and Brandon and Logan for baby boys. It's interesting to consider the whys and wherefores of such developnts. Sotis, I suspect nike roshe blu uomo , the popularity of a specific tor or fictional charter might result in many babies with a particular na. For example, were so of the Lauras born in the 1970s and 1980s given a na suggested by older brothers and sisters who were growing up watching "Little House on the Prairie " Were so attributable to the super popular Laura of "General Hospital" fa Today Madison is a very highly ranked baby na for girls (ranking number 3 in 2003) but, when the film "Spla" ca out in 1984, Tom Hanks' charter told Daryl Hannah's charter that Madison was not a bona fide first na. While baby girls' nas seem quite subject to the whims of faion and the top ten lists can change radically over ti, I've noticed that, in general, the top baby nas for boys remain far more stable. Nas like John, William and Jas are perennials, perhaps because baby boys are often nad for their fathers, perpetuating the popularity of certain baby nas from generation to generation. The "Junior" ftor aside nike roshe run rosse e bianche , baby boys are also less apt to be given fanciful nas. A parison of the changing fortunes of my own first na, Barbara, with those of my husband's na, Robert, gives a good illustration of the difference in stability beeen baby girl nas and baby boy nas over ti. My na grew in popularity in the 1930s, '40s and '50s, peaking at the number 2 position in baby na popularity, which it teniously held from 1937 to 1944. When I attended grad school, of a class of approximately forty students, there were no less than three baby boors nad Barbara. Should I thank the tress Barbara Stanwyck for this Alas nike roshe run nere e bianche , my first na later suffered a slow, steady decline and pled at a pitiful number 628 position on the baby nas popularity list for the U.S. in 2003. Robert, on the other hand, has survived the vicissitudes of baby na popularity. It held a coveted spot on the top ten most popular baby nas list every year from 1896 to the late 1980s, often peaking at number 1 beeen the 1920s and the 1950s. It has gradually slipped since the 1990s, but still managed to hold the respectable slot of number 35 in 2003. When naming a baby there are, of course, many other points to consider besides how popular or unique a na is. Here are so helpful tips that you can use with your other children to get them involved in choosing a na for the new baby and to make the process fun:1. Baby nas need to go nicely with the sound of your last na. Also, pick a first na and a middle na that go together well. (So maybe not sothing like Erasmus Beelzebub Smith !)2. When your family finds a na you all like, look at the initials to be sure that you don't give the new baby a na with initials that will make people laugh. (So maybe not Pala Iris Green nike huarache uomo saldi , which equals P.I.G. !)3. You might not want a baby na that is so unusual that the other kids will make fun of your little brother or sister as he or e grows up. (So maybe not Rosebud or Molasses !) 4. You also might not want a baby na that is so trendy that it will sound funny by the ti the baby is ten years old. (So maybe not Sunine !)5. You probably ouldn't pick a na that's really cute for an adorable little baby but will sound silly when the baby grows up. (So maybe not Dimples !)6. Avoid baby nas that might produce insulting nicknas when people orten them. (So maybe not Sllonius, or Slly for ort !)7. You and your family might not want a na that is so hard to spell or to pronounce that people will always get it wrong and your poor little brother or sister will have to go through life correcting people. (So maybe not sothing like Incandescence, or is it Incandessints ) 8. You and your family might want to pick baby nas in honor of favorite relatives or ancestors, or special nas that ow your family's ethnic roots. You might even find a special na from a book or movie that you love. (Like Harry )9. You might want to look through books of baby nas and pick one that has a special aning that you like - maybe sothing that ans "sweet" or "kind" or "brave." (So maybe not wimp !) 10. You might want to think about nas that will go nicely with your na and your other brothers' and sisters' nas, so that if mom or dad are calling you all for dinner or signing a birthday card.

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