Addie: Getting to Addie from Adeline, Adelaide, and more

August 13, 2012

Editor’s note: This post was originally published on February 9, 2008, and was substantially revised and republished on August 13, 2012. A few years ago, every little girl seemed to be answering to Maddie, whether it was Madison or Madeleine or something else on her birth certificate.  Today, we’ve dropped the M, and the most […]

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Baby Name of the Day: Adair

June 20, 2011

Looking for a lighter form of the clunky Edgar? Searching for a truly distinctive name that leads to the heard-everywhere Addie? Thanks to Kristin for suggesting Adair as our Baby Name of the Day.

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Sunday Summary: 5/29/11

May 29, 2011
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Baby Name of the Day: Linda

May 26, 2011

She skyrocketed from obscurity to the #1 spot in the US. Thanks to Kelly for this suggestion. With a happy birthday to Nameberry co-founder Linda Rosenkrantz, our Baby Name of the Day is Linda.

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Sunday Summary: 11/21/10

November 21, 2010

Congratulations to Kate of My Kids Eat Off the Floor on the birth of Juno Kate!  The amazing Kate has already sent in Juno’s name story, so look for it soon. So I’ve been doing more lurking, this time at Babyzone: Aven suggested for a boy, like Gavin without the G; McKelyn for a girl, […]

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Baby Name of the Day: Adele

July 7, 2010

Stylish actress Molly Ringwald chose this name for one of her daughters. Thanks to Melissa for suggesting Adele as Baby Name of the Day.

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Yea or Nay: Adelie

May 1, 2010

Anyone else spot this post at Swistle?

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Sunday Summary: 8/30/09

August 30, 2009

It’s been a quiet week here at AppMtn as we all enjoy the last sweltering days of summer. The stores are filling up with sweaters (and Halloween candy – already!) and television is premiering brand new can’t-miss-shows. Which brings me to a trio of Project Runway related thoughts: Contestant Qristyl squeaked by for another week. […]

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