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Ten 90’s Inspired Baby Names Millennial Moms Will Love

Ten 90's Inspired Baby Names You'll LoveIt seems that 90’s nostalgia is all the rage right now. From fashion staples like the choker necklace to TV reboots like Fuller House, millennials get to relive their childhood one more time. And for moms-to-be this is the perfect opportunity to throw some 90’s flare into choosing a baby name.

Here are ten awesome 90’s inspired names that your baby has to have!

Pacey-Oh Pacey. Dawson’s Creek was full of drama. How we all wanted to make it work between you and me. I mean Joey. You and Joey.

Leo-Have you seen Leonardo DiCaprio in Romeo and Juliet? Not only did I finally understand what the hell Shakespeare was saying, but Leo became my newest obsession.

Buffy-A supernatural ass kicker on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Buffy was truly one of the first female leads that was empowered and took her life in her own hands. She didn’t need to be saved by anyone!

Kimmy-Named for Kimmy Gibbler on Full House. DJ’s best friend was a scene stealer in the family sitcom that so many of us grew up with. 

Shawn-Cory’s BFF on Boy Meets World, Shawn was the bad boy turned good that all the girls swooned over. 

Rudy– She was the precocious little tyke on the Cosby Show. Everyone wanted to be as quick witted and wise as little Rudy.

Luke-The heartthrob of 90210, Luke Perry was on the cover of Tiger Beat more times than I could count.

Sabrina-TGIF, am I right? Sabrina the Teenage Witch was a fun ritual every Friday night. 

Jonathan– I *heart* JTT. That’s what was all over my school notebook. Jonathan Taylor Thomas on Home Improvement was everything.

Justin-This might be the top pick particularly because of how well this crush has held up over the years. Justin Timberlake, thank you for just existing. Also, when is that *NSYNC reunion?

What 90’s names did I leave off??

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  • Reply Kim March 21, 2017 at 9:02 pm

    Ah, my name is Kim (born in ’94) and I haven’t met any youngsters with that name yet. In fact, the only person I know named Kim was my kindergarten teacher! I think it’d be interesting for my name to make a come back! Thanks for the post, I appreciate the nostalgia!

    • Reply SelfiestoSelfless March 21, 2017 at 9:08 pm

      Yes! Bring on the Kims!!

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