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Even though Im not yet pregnant, Im always on the lookout for a good baby name to add to my list. The idea that Im allowed to name another human being, let alone take care of one, is a lot of pressure.
When I consider a baby name, I take a few factors into account: how the first and middle names sound together (Emily Amelie is out), whether any horrible nicknames may spawn from the original (e.g. Continue reading “I Tried the Tinder of Baby Name Apps and It Was Not What I Expected”