How to find the perfect baby name

Baby names are a big deal, and they’re often the deciding factor in which kids you choose to adopt.

Here are some of the popular baby names we’ve used and why they’re so popular.

Baby names are also a big part of your family.

You could be the father of a baby that one day grows up to be an adult, or your baby could end up being the love of your life.

The fact is, there’s no doubt you’re going to want a name that’s memorable for years to come.

Here’s a look at the popular names we use in the home.

Baby name names are becoming more popular in Canada, too.

There are more baby names on the market than ever before.

The number of baby names in Canada has exploded, reaching an all-time high in 2015.

According to Statistics Canada, the number of Canadians using baby names jumped from 3.4 million in 2014 to 3.8 million in 2015, the most recent year for which there is data available.

In a study published in the journal Social Science & Medicine, the researchers found that baby names have grown in popularity in Canada over the last five years, with the average increase in baby names being three per cent over the same period.

That’s because baby names are now becoming more appealing, said University of Ottawa sociologist Daniel K. Miller.

Miller, who studies baby names, said there’s a growing recognition that baby boys and girls should have a name of their own, not just a baby boy or girl name.

Miller said he’s noticed a shift in the way baby boys are named, too, with many boys opting to be called Justin instead of Justin.

In the United States, the popularity of baby boys has been steadily increasing for decades.

According to a study conducted by the Pew Research Center, Americans’ preferences for baby boys’ names rose by more than three-quarters from 1998 to 2014, and more than two-thirds of American boys said their preferred name is Justin.

But Miller said it’s a trend that’s been changing in Canada.

According the Pew study, the majority of baby girls’ names are named after males, with only one in four being named after a female.

Miller said that’s because Canadian baby girls have a lot of choices.

In Canada, Miller said, there are more than 3,000 baby boys names available, and many of them are boy names.

Some of those boys’ nicknames include Justin, Connor, Justin, and so on.

“They have so many options to choose from,” he said.

While many of these boy nicknames are unique to the baby, Miller says they’re also a way for parents to express themselves.

“Parents who name their kids Justin are probably not going to go out and pick one name, or even two names, that have a strong appeal to parents and young people,” he explained.

“I think that’s one of the reasons that it’s really good to have names like Justin, so parents can express themselves to their children without having to say ‘I’m Justin.'”

Miller said parents who name boys’ or girls’ nicknicks are not necessarily trying to be provocative, but rather to create an inclusive name for their children.

He said while parents should be careful when choosing a name, they shouldn’t feel bad about not naming their child Justin.

“A lot of parents name their baby Justin for the same reason that parents name children, they want to express that they’re excited to have a baby named Justin,” he noted.

“When parents name names, they’re not going out and saying ‘I just don’t want my child to be named Justin.'”