Bookstores Henderson KY
Barnes & Noble
624 South Green River Rd
Complimentary Wi-Fi, Toys & Games, B&N@School
Book & Music Exchange
2409 Washington Ave
2717 Covert Ave
Used Book Warehouse Of Evansville
2280 N Cullen Ave E
Reitz High School
350 Dreier Blvd
6401 East Lloyd Expressway
Monday - Saturday10:00 am to 09:00 pm
Sunday11:00 am to 07:00 pm
Bosse Benjamin High School
1300 Washington Ave
Life Abundance Full Gospel Book Store
2323 S Walnut Ln
Used Book Warehouse-Evansville
2280 N Cullen Ave Ste E
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5400 N 1st Ave
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Unusual Baby Names, Parents are Thinking up Unique Names
Unusual Baby Names
Parents, increasingly, are thinking up unique names for their children. An exotic association apart, there is at least one constructive advantage to this. An unusual name helps to confer exclusivity, helping the owner to stand out and be recognized more easily. Think about how easy it is to remember a 'Terranova' from a crowd of Marys and Janes.
However, choosing an unusual baby name requires some care. How can you choose a name that is distinctive, yet does not end up sounding ridiculous? Of course, you don't want your child to be at the receiving end of all the Waynes and Dylans in his school. Here are a few tips:
- Check what's out there. Start by looking up popular baby names listed in parenting books and websites. Along with the more familiar ones, you will also find some unusual baby names that you have rarely heard before, and that will catch your fancy.
- Old is gold. Many old names that were quite popular until recently have now fallen out of favor. Research names in historical archives or literature, or dig up some of the unusual names from your own family records.
- Read the glossies. Celebrity baby names are another good source for distinctive names. The advantage here will be that though the name will be unusual, it will have built up some level of familiarity and acceptability because of the media coverage. The disadvantage, of course, will be that the ...
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