With Beyoncé and Jay-Z all over the news with their first born baby, Blue Ivy Carter, it has sparked an interest in what other creative and cool names that other celebrities have come up with. There are dozens floating out there like FifiTrixibelle, Blue Angel and Sage Moonblood, here are a few more:
- · The ever so cool duo Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin named their first child after a piece of fruit. Apparently Gwyneth had told Oprah they liked the idea of the name sounding wholesome. She’s the Apple of their eye.
- · Quick you are on Jeopardy and Alex asks ‘Rachel Griffiths named her son after this country musical instrument’. What is the Banjo Alex? You can pick on Banjo or play with him, let’s hope the other kids pick the latter.
- When he wasn’t hosting The Naked Chef, well, he was doing The Naked Chef. Jamie Oliver and wife have a brood or bouquet of babies and here they are: Poppy Honey Rosie, Daisy Boo Pamela, Petal BlossomRainbow and Buddy Bear Maurice.
- Anna Ryder Richardson has her handful with her two daughters: Dixie Dot and Bibi Belle. Now and try and to say that ten times fast, betcha’ you can’t.
- · It’s not a purse and it’s not a bag. It’s a Satchel, or Spike Lee’s child. Throw that name on and wear it around for a while, it’s kind of catchy.
- · Ok your kid is bound to be either a comic book character or just plain awesome. Moxie CrimeFighter is daughter to funny manPenn Jillette. He has been defending her name for a long time but something tells us that with a name like hers, she won’t need dad’s help much longer.
- · Jason Lee is funny. And so is his kid’s name. Pilot Inspektor was named after an indie band song that he and his wife loved. The first line of the song mentioned ‘Pilot’ and things just took off from there.
Caution: Naming your child a name like these can them potentially picked on. Kids like Buddy Bear and Satchel are automatically cool because they are celebrity offspring, they can pull off interesting names; just ask Blue Angel and Diva Thin Muffin. Happy Naming!
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