Have any babies ever been named Christmas Eve?
Yup. So far, I’ve found over a dozen.
The earliest two were both born in Norfolk, England, in the 1700s:
- Christmas Eve Steward, female, baptized on December 28, 1777
- Christmas Eve Hayes, female, born on December 24, 1793
The next three were born in the 1800s:
- Christmas Eve, female, christened on January 7, 1838, in Norfolk, England
- Christmas Eve Flourney, male, born on December 24, 1871, in Texas
- Alfred Christmas Eve, male, born circa 1877 in Lancashire, England
And the rest are from the 1900s:
- Christmas Eve Fouts, female, born on December 24, 1901, in Indiana
- Jonathan Christmas Eve, male, born circa 1903 in Essex, England
- Christmas Eve Paul, born on 24 December 14, 1962, in North Carolina
- Christmas Eve Holley, female, born on August 12, 1979, in California
- Christmas Eve Hall, female, born on December 24, 1984, in Texas
- Christmas Eve Morgan, female, born on December 24, 1984, in Texas
- Christmas Eve Gruber, female, born on December 24, 1988, in California
- Christmas Eve Heywood, female, married in 1993 in Nevada
- Karen Christmas Eve Wiggins, female, married in 1999 in Florida
Only one of the above was definitively not born on Christmas Eve. I think her August 12 birthdate makes a conception date of Christmas Eve plausible. Either that or her surname, Holley, sounds like “holly” and that inspired the Christmas theme.