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Best Baby Names from TV
Best Baby Names from TV

Expecting a new arrival this year and debating over the best names for “bebe”?

The Stir at CafeMom.com pulled together their list of the 40 best names inspired by television characters!

Here’s their top 10:

  1. Meadow, The Sopranos
  2. Vinnie, Welcome Back, Kotter
  3. Bart, The Simpsons
  4. Arya, Game of Thrones
  5. Tobias, Arrested Development
  6. Jordan, My So-Called Life
  7. Dexter, Dexter 
  8. Erica, as in All My Children vixen Erica Kane
  9. Jean-Luc, Star Trek the Next Generation
  10. Lafayette, True Blood

Get the full list here:  Top TV Baby Names

Who did YOU name your child after?

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