Every parent faces the tough challenge of naming their baby. The name is very important. The name is everything. It could mean a good start or being laughed through grade school. It’s a serious decision.
One person who isn’t taking the naming of her baby seriously is Natasha Hill, a 26-year-old teacher from San Diego. Hill just won $5,000 for being chosen as the winner of a promotional contest with Babynames.net. She let the Internet name her baby.
Through Babynames.net’s Belly Ballot service, names based “on current trending names and Advertiser Sponsorships,” will automatically be selected and available for voting between March 18 to March 22. What ever name gets the most votes will be the baby’s name.
Source UbergizmoFiled Under: Geeky Stuff