Giving your daughter a name that is traditionally thought of as a boy name is a fresh and modern take on baby names. As we mentioned above, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher’s daughter Wyatt and Blake Lively’s daughter James put even more fuel on the fire of the baby name trend of boy names for girls.
If you want to jump on board with this trend, you may want to consider giving your daughter a feminine middle name to balance out the masculinity of her first name. This also gives her the option of going by her middle name, if she so chooses, once she gets older.
We switched up the spelling of some of our favorite tomboy baby names to make them a little more feminine. Of course, you can always keep the traditional spelling, but it is fun to see some other options.
Want more tomboy baby name ideas for your daughter? We love these celebrity baby girl names that are outside of the box:
It is interesting to note that a study found that girls who had boy names did better at things like math, science and sports. On the flip side, another study found that girls with boy names were least likely to get into an Ivy League school. Girls named Anna or Eleanor were more likely to be accepted at these top schools over girls named Maxwell or Jordan. You can read more on gender-bending names and how they can affect your personality.
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