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Heidi's Klum's catchphrase, "One day you're in, and the next day you're out," might as well have been spoken about baby names. Over the years, we’ve seen names come, go, and even make a few comebacks. So, to help you find the right name for your baby-to-be, we polled the nation’s leading baby name experts on what we can expect from the coming year. Here are the baby name trends that will rock the name runway in 2014.
Sure, Kate Winslet's son, Bear, has a unique baby name. But critics have been vocal about the actress's choice of last name. Here's why.
North West. Blue Ivy. Apple. Celebrity baby names definitely seem to be getting more and more unique—and it’s not only happening in Hollywood.
More American parents are steering clear of traditional names and trying to be different, says Laura Wattenberg, author of The Baby Name Wizard, Revised 3rd Edition: A Magical Method for Finding the Perfect Name for Your Baby.
Are you a movie buff and expecting a baby this summer? Consider one of these baby names from the summer's biggest blockbusters.
Plenty of cool movies hit the big screen this summer. Here are some of our favorite baby names for your little boy inspired by superheroes and other movie characters.
In his books, author and pop culture critic Chuck Klosterman has taken on topics as diverse as reality television, rock and roll, porn, the Unabomber and Tom Cruise.
His newest book, "I Wear the Black Hat: Grappling with Villains (Real and Imagined)," hones in on the question: Why are we drawn to--or repelled by--the bad guys?
Are you expecting in July and still searching for the perfect baby name? Why not look for a patriotic baby name in celebration of Independence Day?
Baby, it’s hot outside! Are you expecting this summer? When looking for the perfect name for your summer baby, get inspired by baby names that mean water, near the water or something related to water: