17 SF-Inspired Baby Names That We Actually Want to Use
Hold on, Marin needs a diaper change
San Francisco babies have it pretty good: They get to go on gorgeous redwood hikes, eat the best organic produce from the farmers’ markets and frolic in the grass at Golden Gate Park. And now they’re getting another piece of the City by the Bay.
Yep, that’s right. Parents are bestowing their kids with the most adorable names inspired by our streets--some might call it the ultimate love letter to this place. Check out 17 of our favorites.
At age 4, she’s already turning heads.
It was only a matter of time before boho-chic couples claimed this tranquil name.
Yeah, this little guy means business.
She’s only 3 and she’s already making her own floral crowns.
This kid’s making plans to start an indie rock band.
She likes her coffee with almond milk and a sprinkle of raw sugar.
It’s about to go down on the Nob Hill playground.
This future muralist shows an early appreciation for street art.
He’s all dressed and ready for his play date on the Embarcadero.
She spent two whole days putting together the perfect outfit for the first day of school.
Anyone who says San Francisco has no style obviously hasn’t met Langton.
She likes weekend sails to Sausalito followed by freshly shucked oysters.
She’s just as pretty as the tree- and flower-lined stretch of street in the Castro for which she’s named.
Destined to overhaul MUNI and make the N train run efficiently.
He has big plans but also doesn’t take himself too seriously.
She’s ready for some vintage shopping on Haight Street.
When he’s good, he gets a piece of gingerbread pancake on the back patio of Zazie.