Don’t you just love the Smucker’s birthday announcements on Good Morning America? The endearing nature of Willard Scott, the difference in pictures (glamour shots vs. 30 years younger vs. the non-smilers), and most of all the names. I just love those “century-old” names that you rarely hear on anyone outside of the assisted livings today.
Can you guess where this is going?
Last week, we revealed that Mayby’s name will sound frilly and feminine. This week, I’d like to add that:
Mayby’s name(s) will have a vintage flair.
One part of her name has vintage appeal that traces the height of its popularity all the way back to the 1880’s.
A second part of her name has a more classic sound that has seen increasing popularity in recent years.
A third part of her name peaked in popularity in the 1910’s. However, it too has steadily seen some growth in numbers by parents who are looking for a throw-back gem.
But why three parts? More to come on that next week,