Sunday Summary: 12/27/09 December 27, 2009 By appellationmountain Leave a Comment If you celebrate Christmas, I hope you had a very merry holiday! In More names you might like:In Reserve: Possible Names for a Second DaughterBaby Name of the Day: LindaBaby Name of the Day: DawsonSunday Summary: 10/4/09Starbaby News: Welcome Harlow’s little brother … Share this:FacebookTwitterEmailPrint
Ew Someone actually used Renesmee! (Thats how they spelled it in the book)
Bree, I can’t decide what is stranger – that they used the name or that they changed the spelling. 🙂
Who knows? Maybe twenty years from now Renesmee will be in the Top Ten and I’ll have to eat my hat.
Great summary, Hope you had a great holiday! We got the best Christmas gift ever, our daughter was born Christmas Eve! We finally decided on Rosemary Amelie Belle!
Thanks! Birth story and pictures are on my blog http://chanara.wordpress.com/
The quints are ABCDE, by the way. I’m sure you knew that.
Love Clark. Too cute.
I also love Geogia March…well, the Georgia part, anyway.
Vanilla? Hm. Nope, that won’t cut it.
As for Majestyk Valley, well, at least it’s not Charisma Mystalyn.
I’ve heard that in higher order multiple births the doctors refer to the babies as ABCDE and so on. I’m guessing the parents used that to narrow down their possible name choices, which makes it sort of less weird and more bizarre all at once. But hey, it could’ve been Analyn, Braisen, Caydinz, Drayvhin and Emmehleah.
Clark is a great holiday name, after Clark Griswold (Chevy Chase) in Christmas Vacation! JK 😉
Funny you should mention that, Joy. Clark is on my short list because my dad – Eric – answered to the nickname Clark after, yes, the Griswold family patriarch. There was a particularly chaotic road trip back in my early teens, station wagon and all.
A friend of mine just gave birth to a baby Clark.
Look forward to seeing the top NOTDs!
Wahoo! A baby Clark!
I love seeing Clark and Estelle. How refreshing!