What's Your Baby Naming Style?

Whether you want to make sure your child stands out from the crowd, or goes with the flow, picking the right baby name can be tough. Take our quiz and find out about your baby naming style!

The Witty Mom
Created by The Witty Mom
On Sep 16, 2021

Is it more important to name your baby after somebody or for them to have their own name?

Is it going to bother you if you discover there are five other kids at school with your child's name?

Would you still use a name you love even if you're not sure people will be able to pronounce it correctly?

Is it important to you that other people like your baby's name?

Your husband's name is Jeffrey and he desperately wants to name your son after himself. Which name do you push for?

Nevaeh, Neveah, or No-Way-a!

Another consideration in naming is your child's initials. Is it OK if their initials spell a word?

Do you like your own name?

If you could bring your kids up in anywhere you wanted, what type of area would it be?

Was it important to you that your child's name has religious significance?

Your Naming Style Is: Traditional

Your Naming Style Is: Traditional

Michael has been in the top five for the last 100 years for a reason. Whether it's a family name, or a name that you want to stand the test of time, traditional names are your style. Nothing trendy or "you-neek" here, names like Catherine and Matthew will never be a bad choice.

Your Naming Style Is: Unique

Your Naming Style Is: Unique

You want your child to stand out from the crowd--and what better way to make them special than by giving them a unique name? You might have given a popular name a new twist, or merged two names into one. Either way, it's going to be difficult for Jazzlyn, Konner, Jaylen and Sharlette to find pencils or mugs with their names on them, but it's much more fun to make your own name crafts, anyway!

Your Naming Style Is: Vintage

Your Naming Style Is: Vintage

What's old is new again! You like a name that's traditional, but not overused; unique, but not unheard of. Taking names from a generation or two ago is a great way to go. While there won't be a lot of other babies named Theo, Alice, Adelaide, or Simon, you won't get a lot of puzzled looks, either. Vintage names can be hip, and a little bit funky, but will also stand the test of time.

Your Naming Style Is: Trendy

Your Naming Style Is: Trendy

When it comes to baby names, you're all about being on trend. Whether you picked a unisex name like Peyton, Riley, or Parker--or a newly popular name like Mason or Madison--your kids have hip names that aren't going to stand way out from the crowd.

What Is Your Baby Naming Style?