Warning this could become quite ranty and hard to read. I honestly couldn’t care less about popularity as someone with a top 100 name and has been for years I’ve never had much trouble except being called Emily. My little brother has a top 30 name but its a classic biblical choice. So when… Continue reading How popular is too popular
The king uniquely Australian names Lachlan is also one of my least favourite names as its been popular my whole life, I wish it would retire. I am going to bore you with facts in 1999 Lachlan was at number 1 in Victoria, in 2005 it dropped to 6 and in 2012 it was at… Continue reading Uniquely Australian Names: Lachlan
I have finally added a blogroll. It is right at the bottom of the blog near recent posts and archives. It mostly features the blogs I follow but I am more then happy to add some more. Thanks to Anna for telling me how to actually do it.
After not posting any birth announcements for a while I am posting birth announcements so here are some of the babies born into West Aussie families in September I’ll be back to weekly BA’s next week: Girls: Isabelle Julianne Annique Marie Cassandra Elise (Jeremy, Ryan) Kate Bernardette Eden Ruby May (Connor, Caleb and Ava) Amelia… Continue reading Pace and Odelia
As suggested by Anna todays name is Bronte. It may remind you of the Bronte sisters or Sydney’s Bronte Beach. According to behind the name its unusual but I personally know three. Bronte is from a surname, an Anglicised form of Irish Ó Proinntigh meaning “descendent of Proinnteach”. The given name Proinnteach meant “bestower” in… Continue reading Uniquely Australian Names: Bronte