7 Unique Baby Name Trends for 2013

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Eyre
Pronounced "air," the name Eyre reminds all those Charlotte Brontë fans a fun way to immortalize her, or her famous book's heroine, in your family. I have to say, I love it.
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Eyre
Pronounced "air," the name Eyre reminds all those Charlotte Brontë fans a fun way to immortalize her, or her famous book's heroine, in your family. I have to say, I love it.
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Thu, Jan 17, 2013 11:12 AM EST
When it was time to name my first three children, my husband and I looked up name meanings, origins, and other ways to say it, or nicknames that went along. Like so many parents, we poured over baby books and family names looking for the perfect fit. Now that Baby #4 is on the way, I'd love something unusual but that can still be pronounced and easily spelled. So when Nameberry.com released their list of "new" names -- names that are very rarely used but gaining popularity -- I was curious to find out if any of them might work for us. Read on to find 7 unique baby name trends for 2013: - By Diana Stone



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