Baby Names

Parents weren't afraid to get creative a century ago.
"I couldn’t think of one good reason not to, but I still felt uncomfortable with the rarity of giving our baby my last name instead of my husband’s."
"I just feel really angry, like they’ve taken away part of his identity..."
Baby naming experts weigh in on the cultural forces that can push a name down the popularity charts.
A grandparent reveals their spouse only refers to their grandson as ‘the little one’ or will use his middle name – and it's causing an atmosphere.
Say hello to a new generation of Adas and Pearls.
The Social Security Administration's baby name data contains some interesting statistics.
Expecting a little one between September and November? Check out these fall-inspired names.
A glimpse at what parents were naming their newborns 75 years ago.