Mama Drama: Nevaeh Edition
So, as you may or may not know, Nevaeh is the word “heaven” spelled backwards. And it’s a VERY popular baby name, particularly in the United States because people in the United States are getting dumber by the day. Case in point: this submission.
In case you were wondering - and I hope you were - BreighAnna is not even pregnant. True story. So it’s more like some Hopeful Mama Drama. BreighAnna may not be with child, but she sure as hell has the right to dispute Brittany’s baby name choice! It’s not like Nevaeh was recently ranked as the 123rd most popular girl baby name or anything. Nope. Totally original, totally awesome name worth fighting over on Facebook. Also, you’ve gotta love the meteoric rise of the name “Braelyn.” It has a certain … je ne sais quoi that I can’t quite put my finger on. Something about its phonetic similarity to the cry of a donkey?
(submitted by Anonymous)
**Note: I’ve started posting some stuff on the STFUP Facebook Page that you probably won’t ever see on the blog. Photos, articles, and even some submissions that didn’t make the cut! If you’re interested in having more STFUP content in your life (who isn’t?!), then "Like" the Page so you can get all the updates & join in the conversation!

Mama Drama: Nevaeh Edition

So, as you may or may not know, Nevaeh is the word “heaven” spelled backwards. And it’s a VERY popular baby name, particularly in the United States because people in the United States are getting dumber by the day. Case in point: this submission.

In case you were wondering - and I hope you were - BreighAnna is not even pregnant. True story. So it’s more like some Hopeful Mama Drama. BreighAnna may not be with child, but she sure as hell has the right to dispute Brittany’s baby name choice! It’s not like Nevaeh was recently ranked as the 123rd most popular girl baby name or anything. Nope. Totally original, totally awesome name worth fighting over on Facebook. Also, you’ve gotta love the meteoric rise of the name “Braelyn.” It has a certain … je ne sais quoi that I can’t quite put my finger on. Something about its phonetic similarity to the cry of a donkey?

(submitted by Anonymous)

**Note: I’ve started posting some stuff on the STFUP Facebook Page that you probably won’t ever see on the blog. Photos, articles, and even some submissions that didn’t make the cut! If you’re interested in having more STFUP content in your life (who isn’t?!), then "Like" the Page so you can get all the updates & join in the conversation!

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