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Baby-naming lessons learned from the Kardashians

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I love the ideas of the names! Mondaz hum... ;) makes me smile!
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I really like the way she name her kids too, but I more like Hawaiian names ;)
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Short baby names can be long on style: So often we swoon over longer names and bonus middles, but the Kardashians remind us that a one-syllable name can pack a style punch. That’s true whether you prefer the spare classics — Claire and Jack and Jane — or love the bold choices made by this famous family.

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I quite like my one syllable name. Although it always gets misheard as Jake or sometimes Jack, and often people think it's short for Jason. No... It's just JAY.
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Dream Renée Kardashian joins cousins North and Saint, the offspring of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, who helped popularize the word name trend. A major reason parents choose word names is because they want the name’s meaning to be clear in modern-day English rather than hidden in an ancient language. Another appeal is that the name feels newly minted for this generation and is not laden with centuries of associations.



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In just a few, short months, Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna will welcome a tiny, new human into the family fold. Yay.

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We can't clarify it, yet there's a power to the Kardashian family child name watch that is irrefutable. We trust the names will be pattern setting, sensational, extreme, and brave. Without fizzle, the family has conveyed.
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