Would you name your Son Sparrow?

United States
September 11, 2009 10:02pm CST
I just red the Nicole Richie & Joel Madden just has their second child a few days ago... http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20301712,00.html Somehow when a read the name Sparrow James Midnight Madden... I though Sparrow? Ok different but I'd say for a boy?!?! Um no. Maybe a girl if you wanted a more nature type name but a boy... no.
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@uicbear (1903)
• United States
12 Sep 09
I have to stop and wonder what goes through these celebrity's minds when they are naming their children. Do they want their children to be beat up or picked on? Maybe they think with their children's celebrity status it won't matter. I think it would be quite humorous if all these "uniquely" named children were all in the same graduating class.
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• United States
12 Sep 09
I don't know that they'll be beat up, why would you beat up a kid you can mooch off of? Or go over and play the latest video games? Or has the fancy catered Birthday parties? They'll always have friends as long as they have money to their name to buy them.
@AmbiePam (46901)
• United States
16 Sep 09
Oh I know. I'm praying they call the boy James. Sparrow I could take if it was a girl. Nicole Ritchie is little bitty thing. I could see a waif of a girl with the name of Sparrow taking after her mom. Her mom is a little bit of a hippie, so the Sparrow thing could have worked. But NOT for a boy! Man, if they don't call him James, he'd still be better off being called Midnight than Sparrow.
• United States
16 Sep 09
I agree I hope they call him James in public. I don't mind her being on the hippie side of things... there are alot worse looks out there that makes one want to shake their head in disbelief.
@Shar19 (8236)
• United States
12 Sep 09
I wouldn't name my son that. Just my opinion though. People come up with some interesting names at times.
• United States
12 Sep 09
Especially those celeb's that think the sky is the limit with some wacky names. Honestly, I"m sure their last name will be enough to ride on thru their lifetime so why pick such an oddball first name?
@dragon54u (31407)
• United States
12 Sep 09
People who name their children like that are thinking of themselves and their own egos, not their children who have to live with the name.
• United States
12 Sep 09
True. Or they could just go by a nickname better suited in society and only use their real for legal documents as many do. Sadly I know people that do the... A.Michael instead of saying Arron cause they are a junior or don't like their first name or whatever reason...