When it comes time to name their babies, many celebrities veer away from choices like Tom or Jane and choose more creative and original monikers for their little bundles of joy.
What are some of the hottest baby name trends among the rich and famous? Check out a few recent ones below:
First off, we're loving the nature-inspired name trend. It's not your usual flowery names like Rose, Daisy, or Violet either (although, all three are beautiful and classic).
Holly Madison might have starred on a show called "Girls Next Door," but the name she picked for her first child is anything but ordinary.
The former Playboy Playmate gave birth to a baby girl on March 5 and chose a very colorful name for her daughter - Rainbow Aurora!
She's due in less than a month, and Shiri Appleby sure looks ready to pop!
The 34-year-old actress shared a photo of her bare baby bump on Instagram Friday, tweeting " T minus 20 days."
Appleby, who has guest-starred in Girls (but is probably best known for her role on Roswell), is expecting her first child with fiance Jon Shook, a chef at L.A.'s Animal restaurant.
Is there any task more difficult than choosing a baby’s name? It’ll stick with them for a lifetime, so there’s a lot riding on the parents’ decision. You’ll want your child to aim high in life, so why not start with the name?
These baby names are unique enough to set your child away from the pack of Johns and Jameses, yet they’re dignified in that they have graced the birth certificates of past presidents.
Check out our 5 favorite presidentially-inspired baby names:
For many parents, deciding on a baby name can be a difficult process.
Whether you pick a traditional name, a modern moniker or a more "unique" option (like the couple that reportedly just named their baby Hashtag) - your little one is going to live with your choice for the rest of his or her life.
So if you need some help brainstorming, we've got good news - Babycenter has just released the 100 most popular baby names in 2012.
Many parents who welcome December or January babies may consider holiday-inspired names for their little bundles of joy.
It's a special way to honor their birth during a season of celebration.
So if you or someone you know needs a little inspiration, here are a few of our favorite festive baby names:
Noelle or Noel - Noel is another word for Christmas
Holly - the symbolic holiday plant
Gabriel - the angel that announced the coming of baby Jesus.
Joy - Joy to the World, Joyeux Noel
Nicholas or Nicole - in honor of Old Saint Nick
Gisele Bündchen and her NFL star hubby Tom Brady welcomed their second child together on Wednesday - a baby girl!
"We feel so lucky to have been able to experience the miracle of birth once again and are forever grateful for the opportunity to be the parents of another little angel," the supermodel wrote on her Facebook page. She shared a photo and added that the newborn is "healthy and full of life."
Get it, girl!
In the six months since Jessica Simpson gave birth to daughter Maxwell Drew, the pop star has lost 60 pounds of the weight she gained during pregnancy.
She showed off her svelte new figure at a Tampa, Fla., event for her fashion line, the Jessica Simpson Collection.
(Looking good, Jess!)
We've heard about twins who were born in separate years, and even one case where twin babies were born in different countries, but what about twins named for heated political rivals?
Yahoo's CEO Marissa Mayer and her husband Zachary Bogue welcomed their first child on September 30.
Bogue tweeted the good news on Monday, "Baby boy Bogue born last night. Mom (@marissamayer) and baby are doing great - we couldn't be more excited!"
The 37-year-old stirred up some debate when she announced she would only be taking a short maternity leave from her new gig.