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Would You Ask Twitter to Name Your Baby?

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Help Drew Brees with Boys Names

Twitter is a great way to self-promote, share information, connect with new friends, and network. But is it a good place to get baby name ideas?

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees thinks so. Today, he asked the twitterverse for helping naming his 2nd son.

“My wife is due any day now with baby boy #2. We have a few names picked out but haven’t decided yet. Looking for “b” names. Suggestions? #fb,” he tweeted from his Twitter account @drewbrees.

Nola.com said that Brees even provided some guidelines saying, “We are looking for boy names starting with a “b” that are uncommon. Not in most baby name books. Thanks to all for any ideas #fb.”

I don’t think tweeting for name suggestions is such a bad idea. Already, Brees has gotten a big response to his request.

Here are some of the names his Twitter followers have come up with some original ones: Braden, Barclay, Beau, Bennett, Branson, Bullet, Brando, Bede, Benton, Bowen, Braylon, Boaz and Beckett.

Let’s hope whatever name he and his wife pick, it doesn’t qualify for the list of Weirdest Celebrity Baby Names.

Do you have any name suggestions for Brees? And would you ask Twitter to help you come up with a baby name?

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Paula Bernstein is a freelance writer and social media manager with a background in entertainment journalism. She is also the co-author of Identical Strangers: A Memoir of Twins Separated and Reunited.

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  3. Joanne Justis says:

    Greetings,

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