However, one person not happy with the fact that everyone knew about it before she had a chance to announce it, and that one person is Zoe herself!
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Choosing a name for your baby can be tough! So why make it tougher by limiting yourself to just half the names out there?
Our friends at Babble are here to give you the scoop on a slew of names being given new life with a little sex change!
This name was on a non-paper list of mine about seven years ago. For a girl. To Kill a Mockingbird is one of my favorite books, and I've admired its author, Harper Lee, since I first read the book in junior high school. But apparently, I'm not the only one who likes this name. It became too popular for me a few years back, and now that boys can have this name, I'm sure it's only going to continue climbing the charts.
Isn't this just a lovely name? I wouldn't use it myself, but I like this name a lot, for either a boy or a girl, with its cute and fun nickname possibilities.
Totally, absolutely, 100% boy. Yet, somehow, for some reason, I like it for a girl.
To find out the rest of the Top 20 Gender Neutral Names of 2012- and one mother's strong opinions on them- check out Babble.com!