What happens when two foodies get married? For one, you can expect a delicious spread at their wedding reception. A few years later, you may get an invite to the christening of Basil, their baby boy. In fact, whether the parents be foodies or not, basil is one of the most popular names for babies that have to do with food. Here are some others:
Only true connoisseurs of cheese would name their baby this – but it is a pretty name too, isn’t it? As of 2013, 51 girls in the United States had been named Brie.
A beautiful dessert, which is also what some baby girls are called. Sure sets the standard for the rest of their lives.
True foodies would look at the red cheeks of a baby and be reminded of luscious, ripe cherries. Perhaps that’s how the name was born.
More and more people are turning vegetarian, or vegan. Perhaps they name their children kale to be reminded to adhere to their lifestyle.
Drinking Evian water is a symbol of class. Naming your child Evian may be taking things a bit too far, wouldn’t you say?
Some would say that the inspiration behind this name came from the hobbit in the Lord of the Rings. But, the apple lover would know that pippin is a type of apple.
Speaking of apples, some parents see it fit to pay tribute to the ultimate fruit. As of 2013, 27 girls in the USA were named Apple.
It’s a sweet name, we have to admit.
Imagine the toast at the baby’s christening; “Let’s raise a glass of Shiraz to Shiraz!”
What if this baby grows up to hate sweets? That would be a tragedy.