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Here’s one you may never have heard of–money baby names. Then you can say to your child, “You are so money!” Make a name for your baby that is the name of money.
Here are 20 Money Baby Names:

1. Cash

2. Mo, Moe, or Monique

3. Penny

4. Nick or Nicky as in nickel

5. Goldie, from Gold

6. Silver

7. George as in George Washington who is on the one dollar bill.

8. Liberty, (which is written on all the coins)

9. America, Americus, or Meri, (Due to United States of America being written on every dollar bill, and on every piece of change.)


11 Jefferson, or just Jeff. Combining number 11 and 12 make Thomas Jefferson whose famous face is on the two dollar bill, which is rarely made.

12. Abraham (from Abraham Lincoln who is the only President two forms of money: the penny and the five dollar bill.)

13. Alexander, or just Alex. Alexander Hamilton is poised on the ten-dollar bill.

14. Andrew for Andrew Jackson who is shown on the twenty-dollar bill.

15. Jackson, or Jack

16. Grant, as in Ulysses Grant. He is on the fifty dollar bill.

17. Franklin, or just Frank. Benjamin Franklin was the only forefather who was not a president, but was placed on the one hundred-dollar bill.

18. Benjamin, if you please.

19. Hamilton, which sounds very regal.

20. Lincoln, Abe’s last name.
People are creating stellar, awesome sounding baby names, so why not name your baby after a money name?

The most conservative baby names eveer—
I am the mother of two who is going through menopause. I miss my babies. I don’t miss the overnight feedings and changing diapers.But what I do miss is having two little people who didn’t say rude things, who helped with housework because they were helping mom not trying to raise my blood pressure.
Every once in awhile I remember when my kids were little and I feel that ache in my heart, which could be heartburn or the fact that I miss my kids. When this happens I start creating things, either that or I’m going to have to take up knitting. Here are the most conservative baby names:
1. Kathy
2. Mary
3. Betty
4. Michael
5. John
6. Jack
7. George
8. Elizabeth
9. Catherine
10. Alexander
11. Phillip
12. Alexandra
13. Andrew
14. Karen
15. Pat
16. Jennifer
17. Barbara
18. Timothy
19. Harold
20. Samuel
Do you think I was influenced in making this list by the birth of the newset addition of the royal family? Copyright(c), 2013, written by Kate Johns; a professional author since 2004.

Why does it seem that there are a multitude of parenting blogs for parents of babies and young children? What did I miss something? Do we parents stop being parents once our kids reach the magical age of 10? I am completely serious about this. I have not read, seen, heard of , found or determined that there are many blogs out there for parents of older kids.

It’s getting to the point where we parents of older kids are being prejudiced against. It’s kind of like discrimination in the workplace; only this time it is discrimination on the Internet. Does this mean that every parent  becomes an expert at parenting and doesn’t need to write about parenting anymore?

Many parents feel lost when they become new parents. When a parent becomes a first time parent, their entire world changes, and they must flow with the changes, becoming responsible people. That means all of these new parents are looking for answers. Thus they turn to other parents for help, by reading blogs, magazines, books, seeking expert advice, and other parents’ advice.

But why is it that when a child reaches a certain age, about 10, suddenly parents drop off the writing circuit, and stop writing about their kids? Are they too busy to write anymore? Are they worried their kids will find their blogs, websites, books and read them, becoming upset? Are parents working 80 hours a week unable to get to the nearest computer?

Has anyone else noticed that there are hardly any parents out there on the Internet, on TV, writing magazine articles, or books about pre-teens, teenage children and about young adult children? It has become annoying to realize that there is not an ounce of helpful advice out there for parents, unless that parent has numerous relatives, or has lived in the same place for her entire life keeping the same friends. I realize that new parents need helpful advice, because they are raising babies and are usually going through this for the first time.

I ‘ve got to tell you that parenting is a lifelong process. Kids become more complicated the older they get.
Parents need useful information for their preteen and teenage kids too.Copyright 2012, written by Kate Johns, a professional writer since 2004.

My son asked a cute girl from his Robotics team if she would go to the junior/senior prom with him. At first she told him she already had gone to the prom the year before with someone else, and she said no. My son was crushed. After all this was the first time he had asked a girl out on a date.

I gave him some motherly advice saying, “Try again. Talk to her at school. Use your charming sense of humor. Maybe, after asking her several times, this will work for you.” Tom asked Sara to the prom several more times, and she told him, “No, you’re too young for me.”

She was a senior, he was a junior.

Tom was smitten. After all Sara was pretty, had long brown hair and they had been working together for a year building a robot for a major high school competition.

The third time was the charm, after talking to Sara again at school, Tom made a third attempt, she said a reluctant, “Yes.”

Once the prom was agreed upon, Tom was on the phone every night talking to his new girlfriend. We could hear him talking in hushed tones through his bedroom door. Not that we parents were spying or anything.

Two weeks before the prom, my happy 17- year old bounded up the second floor stairs, proudly boasting his pronouncement of, “Mom, I need a tuxedo for the prom.” My husband started laughing and said, “I don’t think they’re going to have your size—-super skinny, and super tall.”

As my two boys set off to the mall, I grabbed my husband, whispering, “Give Tom some dating advice.” I asked Tom what color Sara’s dress would be, and he said, “Green.” I said, “What color green? Your vest should match your date’s dress.” He said, “I think she said her dress will be light green.”

When the afternoon of the prom arrived our son took a shower and then spent about an hour in his room getting his tux on, pacing back and forth. This is when I wanted to give Tom some motherly advice on what to do and how to treat his date, but I figured that I couldn’t tell my firstborn what to do, so I said, “Be on your best manners, talk to your date, open doors for her, ask her nicely to dance.”

I asked my husband if he had given our son any dating advice yet, and the answer was, “Nope, I’m waiting for the right moment.”

Driving our nervous son over to Sara’s parent’s house, I said to my husband, “Now might be a good time.” My husband shook his head, no, and we drove in silence to what seemed like impending doom

When Sara walked into the kitchen wearing a light green, floor length prom gown, I smiled saying, “Sara, you look so pretty!” After looking at my son and his new girlfriend, I said, “You two look so cute together.” Then I elbowed my husband’s ribs saying. “Is there anything you want to say to your son, dear?”  My husband eloquently blurted out; “Don’t get anybody pregnant.” Copyright 2012, written by Kate Johns a professional writer since 2004.

Here’s a family question for you–how old is too old for a woman to have a baby? Millions of women are waiting to have babies. Women are going to college, graduating with degrees in areas where they can make more money than previously ever thought possible. Women are acquiring careers making really good yearly salaries, and they are waiting to have babies.

But here are two extreme stories of women having babies, so late in life, they may be too old to see their babies graduate from elementary school.

Two women from India recently became the oldest mothers of all time. The oldest mom who recently had a baby at the ripe old age of get this people—-72 years of age. Her name is Omikair Panwar. The father was 75 at the time of this mom having twins—a boy and a girl. This 72-year-old mom had the twins a month early, and had a painful pregnancy, where she spent eight months in bed.

The couple already had two kids, and five grandkids, but wanted desperately to have a male heir.Here’s a great question for you: How old is too old to have a baby? Doesn’t 72 seem incredibly odl to have a baby? Doesn’;t it seem impossible, but if medical science makes it possible, then does that make it okay?

The second oldest mom is also from India. She was 70 years old at the time of birth. Rajo Devi was inseminated with a donor egg, and with her 72-year-old husband’s sperm. Their baby was born early at seven months.

So what do you think? I thought having my second child at 38 was old, but carrying a child and giving birth in your seventies? There are many unanswered questions here such as, could a 70-year-old woman carry a pregnancy to full term, and how? Usually a 70-year-old woman has already gone through menopause, so how is any of this possible? And would the uterus or the woman’s body be able to handle carrying and growing a baby?

There are other women who have had babies much later in life, such as in their sixties.But having babies in your seventies is extreme! How can this be possible? Is this unethical? And is it too dangerous and extreme for a mom to have a baby seriously late in life? Is it unwise to have a baby so late that the mom, will probably die before the child grows up?