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As a native Northwesterner, I have mixed feelings about this name. This part of the country is a marvelous place to live, and I feel it has gained a certain cultural cache lately. This name would come off as incredibly cool to me if it were chosen by practically any other couple on Earth, but as it stands, it's irking me. And this is coming from a Kanye fan (his music, not his attitude or life choices).
A good friend of mine has daughters named Aria and Violet! I recall some arched eyebrows at her choices initially, but it turns out she was ahead of the curve all along. I vacillated between Evelyn and Vivian for my youngest daughter, but met enough little Evies when I was pregnant that I decided against it. I am glad that the style is well-liked, though.
I can only hope the names Creed and Tesla are inspired by the men and not the bands!
I know a little girl named Ainsley, and, sadly, I think of anus every time I hear the name. I know a Cambrie also. All those "eee" ending names have been prevalent in my area for awhile now, and come off as a bit "young rural moms on the trendy bandwagon" for me. There were two Rileys in my daughter's preschool class this year, and neither of them spelled that way! Yikes, I feel like a hater having negative feelings about these kinds of names. I guess we all have phases of like and dislike for certain trends, and baby names are no exception!
Drew voiced a cartoon character named Olive, in the Christmas special Olive, The Other Reindeer. I believe she produced it as well. Maybe she's kept the name in her back pocket all these years!