How popular is the baby name Yardley in the United States right now? How popular was it historically? Find out using the graph below! Plus, see baby names similar to Yardley and check out all the blog posts that mention the name Yardley.
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Three recent baby name stories:
- Yardley: In June of 2015, a pair of Baltimore Orioles fans welcomed a baby girl. They named her Yardley, after Camden Yards. (Their first child, a son, is named Camden.)
- Pixie: In May of 2015, an English baby girl was born 3 months premature, weighing just 1.1 lbs. She was named Pixie “because of her tiny size.”
- Calder: In September of 2015, Canadian Olympian Meaghan Mikkelson gave birth to a baby boy. She and her husband chose the name Calder with the help of Twitter users. Calder — as in the Calder Trophy and the Calder Cup — can be traced back to Frank Calder, first President of the National Hockey League.
Sources: Premature baby weighing just 1.1lbs put in Tesco sandwich bag to keep warm, O’s fans name their kids Camden and Yardley, Baby born at World Trade Center: First birth since 9/11 attacks, Canadian Olympian Meaghan Mikkelson names son Calder with help from Twittersphere