A nepo baby, or nepotism baby, is a famous or notable figure descended from another famous person or affluent family of some kind. In this episode of List Show, host Erin McCarthy lists 18 nepo babies from history, from Charlie Chaplin to Pericles.
Are you thinking about naming your next baby ‘Barbie’? You’re not the only one.
When a baby is born on an international flight, where the plane is registered and the airspace it’s in can determine the child’s citizenship.
Before home pregnancy tests, the most reliable test was just to wait and see. But people still wanted to know as early as possible whether they were harboring a tiny human.
The most popular baby names of 2022 are very, very similar to those from 2021.
For many premature babies in the early 20th century, their best chance at life involved being put on display on the Coney Island boardwalk.
Are you a woman born in the 1980s? If so, there’s a pretty good chance your name is Jessica.
in the 1940s, mighty tot Wallace could do chin-ups and climb ladders, all thanks to a "secret formula" added to his milk.
Both Thelma and Louise made the list.
The age ranges and birth years for Gen Z and Gen Alpha—along with Millennials—are clearer (so we can all quit fighting about it now).
It’s no longer a good time to name your kid Hugo.
Whether you live in Alabama or Washington, your baby girl Olivia is probably going to meet a bunch of other Olivias.
Stumped for what to name your newest little bundle of joy? Consider these trendy baby names that experts say will be all the rage in 2023.
In 1972, filmmaker Joyce Chopra welcomed her daughter into the world—and invited all the world to see in her groundbreaking documentary, 'Joyce at 34.'
Naturally, naming babies is still a deeply personal exercise, and you may disagree with linguistics on certain matters.
Whether they’re comedies or animated musicals, movies have a big impact on baby naming trends.
Michael was the undefeated champ of baby boy names for literal decades. But then Jacob came along.
Liam and Olivia both defended their titles as the most popular names for boys and girls, respectively.
Paying homage to pop culture is just one baby-naming pattern you can expect to see in 2022.
The next Gerber Baby must be at least 1 day old and possess “a playful smile that can light up any room.”
Elmer and Lima, two gay penguins who coupled up last fall, are now proud foster parents of a healthy baby chick.
Alfredo Antonio Trujillo was one of the last babies born in 2021, and his twin sister Aylin was born 15 minutes later in 2022.