Alessandra Ambrosio Gives Her Baby a Name of Biblical Proportions

Beautiful Victoria's Secret model Alessandra Ambrosio has given birth to her second child, a baby boy. Ambrosio already has one child, a girl, Anja. With a name like Anja, you just know that Alessandra is going to get creative. Her baby boy will probably have some kind of hippy-dippy name like Free, or Tree, or Tofu.

What's this? Alessandra and her fiance, Jamie Mazur, went with something a bit more old-fashioned? Hey, isn't this like the third celebrity in a row to give their kid a vintage name? This is getting kind of boring.

Anyway, Alessandra's baby boy is named ...

Noah Phoenix!

Aw, that's cute. I genuinely like that name. You've got the Biblical. You've got the mythology. You've got fire and you've got rain. James Taylor is about to write a song about this kid.

But, um, if the celebrity names keep up being kind of normal like this, what with Jack Osbourne naming his little girl Pearl, and Maggie Gyllenhaal naming her baby Gloria, I don't know what we bloggers are going to write about anymore.

The next celebrity who gives birth simply must go back to the weird baby names Hollywood is known for. Remember when Nicolas Cage named his kid Kal-El? I'm beginning to miss those days. Even Blue Ivy is sounding pretty rad right now.

What do you think of Noah Phoenix?


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We chose biblical names for our children Benjamin and Caleb. I wanted to name Caleb Noah but my husband didnt like it.

Mrs.P... Mrs.Pool2Be

I think Noah Phoenix is a rather cute name.

jalaz77 jalaz77

Love this.

Evaly... EvalynCarnate

Good for her. Even though Im starting to believe the names Pheonix and Griffin are getting sort of overdone anymore :(

Heather Duso Johnson

I love it.  I don't understand the Phoenix part, but if you want to do something "different and unique" the middle name is a great place.  

tonip... toniperoni

whats wrong with anja?

nonmember avatar Maggie

Anja is a German name, and pronounced Ahn-ya. It's rather common not "Creative"

ceciliam ceciliam

It's okay.

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