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Alicia Silverstone

May 14, 2011 by Post Team 

Alicia SilverstoneAlicia Silverstone, Actress Alicia Silverstone, vegan superhero has had her baby! In a post on its website, Silverstone, announced that she had a baby May 5. She and her husband the child’s name Blu Bear Jarecki, and weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces.
Thanks to People magazine, you can always learn what strange concoction stars reach a nickname for your newborn. One of the last to have a baby is “Clueless” star Alicia Silverstone. She called her son … wait … Blue Bear. That’s a right folk, Blue Bear. Cannot wait for that child to start preschool. One of the comments left online after the article was published said: “Just wait for the appointments to play with Apple” in reference to the name of Gwenyth Paltrow’s daughter?

Mariah Carey also recently gave birth to twins – a girl named Monroe (yes, after Marilyn, and no middle name, like her mom!) And a boy named Morocco (on behalf of room decor in the apartment Carey). But oh … that’s where her husband Nick Cannon had proposed. Yes, I? I do not understand well.

There have been a number of stars rare and unusual names have been chosen for their children – Pilot Inspektor (how you would like to carry the name for life?), Coco, Ireland, Audio Science, Phinneas and Hazel, Poppy Honey, Bluebell Madonna, Suri, Alabama Gypsy Rose, and who could forget the children of Frank Zappa, Dweezil and Moon Unit? And there is much more than the provenance.

What happened to the days of names like David, Matthew, Kelly, Sarah and John? When I? Born, the popular names were Jason and Jennifer, and there were three of each in my class. These are the names that still choose to “not Hollywoodland” But we also like to be creative without being too crazy -? And add a silent or time to a name, spell a traditional name of a little different. Or you can always refer to that great book of baby names.

Each year the top 10 male and female names are released. Top honors this year went to Jacob and Elizabeth – we can say that some people were probably influenced by “Twilight?” But Jacob has been a popular name long before Stephenie Meyer uses the name of a werewolf / child.

Other names for girls in the top 10 lists are Emma, Olivia, Sophia, Ava (many names ending in “a”), Emily, Madison, Abigail, Chloe and Mia. For children, it is Ethan, Michael, Jayden, William, Alexander, Noah, Daniel, Aiden and Anthony. In the same sense, right? I found an article online about the “most hated” names for babies. Laura Wattenberg, author of? “The Baby Name Wizard: a magical method for finding the perfect name for you baby,” made an informal survey to discover this. She learned that a small minority did not like common names. But some of the “most hated” are part of the top 10. For girls, Nevaeh, Destiny, Madison, Mackenzie and McKenna. For children, it is Jayden, Brayden, Aiden, Kaden (detecting a pattern here?) And Hunter.

Cynthia my full name means “goddess of the moon”? And Greek. Another name for the goddess Artemis. It may sound a bit stuffy, but surely it means something cool in my book.

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