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Our free baby names e-book covers the many aspects parents need to consider before they decide on a name for their baby. Instead of spending on a baby names book, you could use this e-book to get all the help you need to find a name for your baby.



Baby name Advent calendar

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We've tucked one sweet, holiday-inspired baby name behind each door as you count down to your due date. Will any of them be just right for your December baby?

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Baby names from NPR

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NPR, once known as National Public Radio, began in the early 1970s. Today it syndicates over 900 public radio programs — its own and those of rival providers — keeping us entertained and informed on long commutes or trips to the gym. With so many programs now available as podcasts — are you listening to Serial? Do you think he did it? — you might find yourself tuning in during the wee hours caring for your newborn.

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Baby name ideas for Derick and Jill Duggar Dillard

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Jill Duggar's family has plenty of experience in the baby-naming department. Now that it's her turn to add to the brood, will the pregnant 19 Kids and Counting star follow in her parents' footsteps and give her baby-to-be a name that begins with J? Maybe. Or she might try one of these…

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Names that are almost impossible to shorten

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Choosing a baby name is a big deal. After all, your little bundle of joy will carry it around for life. And when parents put a ton of thought and effort into selecting that perfect name, the last thing they want is for others to come and alter it. Prevent unsolicited nicknaming by giving your baby a name that's virtually impossible to shorten, like these:

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Bicultural Japanese baby names

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America is a melting pot, and our names prove it. No longer is it the norm to choose a first name of the same ethnicity as the surname. And that's good for bicultural families who want to honor multiple ethnic backgrounds. But the process can be tricky for some intermarried parents, particularly Japanese-American couples.

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