BabyCenter recently released its annual baby naming survey, which collected the names of more than 340,000 babies born in 2015.
I’m 97% sure the people who named their daughters this only did it so they could say, “Nobody puts my baby in the corner.”
Whoever named their daughters this clearly didn’t remember this exchange fromClueless.
This boy’s name is sure to become even more popular in 2016 once Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens.
These baby boys could also go by 3.1415926535897932384626433832795028…
Frooti is the name of the best-selling mango drink in India, and the parents who named their daughters this must really, really like it.
For parents who think “Archer” is too mainstream.
The boys bearing this name will scale great heights… or get really sick of having a name with three syllables.
This boys’ name has roots in old Greek, but I’m thinking the parents who picked it were thinking about Gryffindor more than Mount Olympus.
Unusual, yes, but an alternative to traditional Christian boy’s names likes Mathew, Mark, Luke, or John.
You’re pretty much guaranteeing your kid will get seasick if you name them this.
This name is actually great for a girl born into a family of writers. It’s also great for a lifetime of hearing people say, “What’s the story, Story?”
The parents who picked this name either wanted to name their boys after a vampire superhero or a knife. At least no one will be able to claim their kid isn’t sharp.
Girls named this better hope they’re never sat next to a kid named Betsy.
The parents who named their daughters this were likely big fans of Patricia Arquette’s character from True Romance. Either that or they live in Montgomery.
This boy’s name may not be in fashion, but it is in style.
Did these parents not realize how hellacious grade school is going to be for their daughters? “Hey, look who it is, everybody! Twinkle, twinkle little dork!”
In Norse mythology, a valkyrie was a woman who chose who lived or died in battle. This makes it a pretty badass name for a girl, even if it is a mouthful.
All I can say is that if you name your kid this you’d better hope they’re smart.
“My name is Inigo, and you named me after a character in a movie. Prepare to die.”