These 20 super unique names we printed in June are honestly some of the most quirky, fun, and flat-out cool names EVER! And that’s really saying something… we see a LOT of names around here, people!
We are digging the different spellings on some of these names, Ainjel for Angel, Lhoren for Lauren, Arun for Aaron and Quinsy for Quincy. Plus, most of these boys names are ones we’ve never seen before… how cool do Frair and Kaladin sound?
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These patriotic baby names are perfect if you’ve got a little one arriving around the 4th of July! Whether it’s a name inspired by a Founding Father, the Liberty Bell, or the rebellious spirit of many Americans, here are 10 cool ‘Patriotic’ names to consider:
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Winter has been LONG this year in Chicago! I’m sure you all heard about our famous deep freeze. It was no joke! Maybe that is why I am particularly excited for Easter this year. It is the first sign that spring is here and our rough winter is really behind us!
I’m starting to gather ideas for decorating my Easter my home for Easter. Here are my favorite finds so far. Do you decorate your house for spring or for Easter?
These 20 unusual baby names we printed in February were all over the place! With super creative spellings, exotic sounding words from around the globe, and a handful of the cool letters (Q, X and Z) – we’re totally into these quirky baby names!
Here’s a couple trends we noticed this month
Just like January, K was king! Keller, Kyson and Kekoa (a Hawaiian name meaning “the brave.”
New spellings for old faves: Bryse, Seaira, Mckenzee, and Dezmen.
If these names were playing Scrabble, they’d rack up a huge score based on all the Zs, Qs and Xs: Zekiah, Dezmen, Mckenzee, Xenia, and Quinton.