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Cool Names for Babies
Five years ago, America’s leading baby-name experts, Pamela Redmond Satran and Linda Rosenkrantz, wrote a hip little book to answer the question they were asked most frequently: “What are the cool names?” Cool marches on, so it’s time for a fresh new look at the latest trends, including:78% (6)
• Little Caesars: Led by celebrities (from Daniel Baldwin’s Atticus to Julia Roberts’s Phinnaeus), Latinate boys’ names are hot, hot, hot
• Scarlet Ladies: Sexy siren names, from Lola and Scarlett to biblical bad girls Salome and Delilah
• Hollywood Squared: Golden Age silver-screen glamour is in, from Ava to Gable, as in Clark
• Thunderbolts: Brisk and bold one-syllable boys’ names like Colt, Cade, Trent, and Stone.
• Vowel Names: As in Addison, Ella, Oliver, and Olivia.
Plus the coolest baby-name ideas you won’t find anywhere else: Coolest Flower Name, Coolest Royal Name, Coolest Palindrome Name, Coolest Fruit Name, Coolest Poet Name. Inspired, fun, and exciting, the new Cool Names has all of the hottest names for babies.
A fuzzy baby chick named Coca
A Fuzzy Baby Chick named Coca. We received our shipment of baby chicks from McMurray's. This is a 1-day old baby chick. This is Danielle's baby chick - named Coca. The chicks were hatched on Saturday afternoon and arrived at the post office in Rochester by noon on Sunday. We made a second trip into town just to pick them up. We transfered them to the little swimming pool we have and dipped their beaks in water and showed them the food. The kids and Becky spent about 2 hours sitting there playing with them! Lots of 'peep peep peep ...' in the air! Strobist info: SB-900 into Impact 60" reflected umbrella camera left and a bit above. SB-600 into 45" Impact shoot through umbrella camera left and behind chick. SB-800 into Wescott 43" shoot through umbrella camera right and behind chick. Fluorescent light banks left and right (4 foot, 2 bulbs, 40 watts each, 5000k color temp). Triggered with pop up flash on my D80 with commander menu setting power output. 150 watt equivalent CFL bare flood light bulb to right of chick for a bit of orange side light (at - 2 to 3 ev). Taken with a Nikon D80. * Exposure: 0.017 sec (1/60) [+] * Aperture: f/4.0 [+] * Focal Length: 85 mm [+] * ISO Speed: 160 [+]Baby
Straight out of camera. No post processing except border & crop. Allah blessed me with the baby boy. Please suggest names with meanings. Thank you.
Quoted everywhere from Parenting to The Wall Street Journal, with over a million copies of their books in print, bestselling authors Linda Rosenkrantz and Pamela Redmond Satran are the baby-name experts. In this fresh and expanded new edition of "the best baby-naming book ever written" (The News Journal), they offer irresistible lists of names you won't find anywhere else, along with their trademark wit and insight on the most important questions--and answers--for expectant parents:See also:
What's hot and what's cool--including Honest Names, Spiritual Names, Kreeatif Names, The Two-Syllable Solution, Word Names, The Exotics, and a Girl Named Boy.
The most popular names in America and around the world, and whatcelebrities are naming their babies.
What's really in a name, and why Briyana spells trouble
What's it like for a girl to grow up with a traditionally feminine name like Abigail or Blossom; a no-frills name like Alice or Jane; or a unisex name like Dylan or Dakota? And are there any decidedly masculine names left for boys?
Tradition: A concise history of American baby-naming, plus inspired ways to reflect your own cultural heritage.
Family: Whose name is it, anyway? and other vital considerations.
"Unlike garden-variety baby-name guides…[Beyond Jennifer & Jason] lays it on the line."--Entertainment Weekly
For expectant parents, it's part of the tradition to pore endlessly over baby-name books searching for the perfect moniker. Names carry stereotypes, vary in perceived attractiveness (a blond bombshell named Gertrude?), and help influence how we see ourselves. As Sigmund Freud once said, "A human being's name is a principal component in her person, perhaps a piece of his soul." In Beyond Jennifer and Jason, Madison and Montana, name experts Linda Rosenkrantz and Pamela Redmond Satran present a baby-name book that goes far beyond the usual name lists and definitions. Satran and Rosenkrantz provide a thorough history of American naming traditions, discuss the psychological and sociological impact of names, and, yes, include list after list after list of possibilities organized into categories: popular names, old-fashioned names, comfy names, yuppie names, African-American names, androgynous names, Shakespearean names, unpopular names, creative names, mythological names, effective and ineffective middle names, classical names... and so on. Annotated with humorous notes, descriptions, quotes, and name-derivation definitions, the book is a fun and fascinating read even for those not debating between Gravity and Jane or Mason and Hendrick. --Ericka Lutz
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