Check out their son's moniker. It's carried him to the heights of Food Network fame and on to lead a Food Revolution.
Not bad for a boy from Clavering, Essex.
I'm a bit old-fashioned in my baby name beliefs -- I think you need to debate where you want your kids to go in their lives before you cross the traditional names off your list.
Do you see a Moon Unit on the Supreme Court? A Zuma Nesta Rock leading a Fortune 500 Company?
Heck, my kid doesn't have to be a famous gazillionaire. Just enough brains to get her into a good college and a solid name to get her a second glance at an interview for the job she covets is good enough for me.
You can do that with a Jamie -- whether you're a boy or a girl.
A little confession -- I've got a soft spot for this one. My first "real" boss was a Jamie, an editorial supervisor who pulled me into the newsroom, took a look at clips from my newspaper internships, and gave me a job. Like no teacher before him, he taught me how to write with a mix of humor and hard knocks.
Jamies are leaders -- from newsrooms to revolutions.
What do you think?