by Megan Angelo
Courtesy of ABCBabycenter.com dropped a slew of super-interesting baby-naming reports yesterday. I say super-interesting not because I love babies--I mean, I do love babies, who doesn't--but because I just feel like naming patterns are such a fascinating look into our psyches as women and Americans. Taking the word you tag your offspring with from celebrity and pop culture is a tradition that dates back to...well, for sure at least the '80s. Right, various Lukes and Lauras of the world? Anyway, you should click over to Babycenter for its full coverage, but I couldn't resist sharing some of the stuff that captivated me.Let's talk about the Olivia chicken-and-egg thing.
Look guys, there are two things I spend a disproportionate amount of time thinking about: TV and baby names. So trust me when I say: While Olivia might be holding strong in the no. 3 spot in part because women are loving Scandal (and Law & Order! Let's not forget Mariska), I actually think the zeitgeist surge of the Read More »from The Hottest Pop Culture Baby Names of 2013