16 Old-Lady Baby Names That Aren’t Just for Grandmas
We’re gonna party like it’s 1925
Maybe you have a special grandma you’re looking to name you’re daughter after. Maybe you just love the idea of a little girl moniker with history, character and a hint of early 20th-century charm. Either way, take a look at these 16 old-lady baby names, all primed for a serious comeback.
A little gem if ever there was one.
Can we call her Frankie? Please, please, please?
Wharton or Piaf reference up to you.
…Ditto with Steinem or Estefan.
It means “wished-for child,” in case you were wondering.
C’mon, how cute would it be to have a little Baby Bea?
Simple, elegant and oh-so turn of the century.
Way to go, Flo!
It’s the October birthstone, FYI.
Or Ruthie, if you want something less serious.
There’s no place like home. And no nickname like “Dot.”
It’s Greek for “peace.”
A hair popular, but still super-cute.
It’s the next “Hazel.” We’re calling it.
How could she not be a starlet?