So today, I am volunteering at an event at my kids’ school and I learn of a viral incident with a mom in a Utah town who sent out on social media images and audio of the very unique names of the children called out during a graduation ceremony.
Eeek! I looked it up and sure enough, the name shaming is online!
“I’m too tired to sleep so I’m going to tweet out the dumbest Utah names from my son’s Junior High yearbook,” Allison Czarnecki wrote on her twitter account. “Buckle up.”
Among the names the mom found to be “dumb” —her words, not mine are
I’m too tired to sleep so I’m going to tweet out the dumbest Utah names from my son’s Junior High yearbook. Buckle up.
— Allison Czarnecki (@petit_elefant) May 23, 2018
I looked it up and found another recent article about he very very unique names that are oddly super common only in Utah:
Below is a list of names that can almost exclusively be seen in Utah since 2010:
• Mckay — 85 percent born in Utah
• Quinlee — 83 percent born in Utah
• Mckell — 75 percent born in Utah
• Korver — 72 percent born in Utah
• Packer — 71 percent born in Utah
• Tayzlee — 71 percent born in Utah
• Hinckley — 67 percent born in Utah
• Lesieli — 67 percent born in Utah
• Parley — 66 percent born in Utah
• Brexlee — 63 percent born in Utah
But even if yours or your baby’s name doesn’t top anyw charts nfow, it could still become a popular name later on.