Tuesday, July 31, 2007

The feature you've been waiting for!

That’s right, Nymbler just learned a new skill. It’s the “Block this Name” trick.

After hearing much feedback from you, we’ve retrained Nymbler and now you can block names from showing up in your search. Just use the button to add a name to your “blocked names” list. So, if you hate the name “Bart” because it reminds you of The Simpsons, just click the .

If you notice something else different, you’re right. That’s because the button has replaced the button. To find out all the information about a name, just simply click the name. So, if you just finished the newest Harry Potter, and you’re wondering where exactly “Harry” originated, just click on “Harry” and you’ll learn it’s an English name with a jazz-age spirit.

Your feedback was a big part of this update, so keep those comments coming. Leave comments right here in the blog or e-mail us at thenest@nymbler.com.

Monday, July 30, 2007

Nymbler Wants More Naming Stories!

If you haven't posted your baby name story be sure to do so right now.

Nymbler's baby name story contest will end this week. Then we'll announce our favorite stories and post them right here.

See our last post for more details and be sure to leave your baby name story for the Nymbler community to read. Who knows? You may inspire someone else!

Monday, July 16, 2007

Send us your baby name stories

So, you finally settled on a first name. And you have a middle name too. Maybe you have girl and boy names picked. And then you have alternates, just in case you change your minds.

Or maybe you already found the perfect name.

Whether you're still searching, or your minds are made up, we want to hear your story.

The Nymbler Team will pick our top 3 favorites to receive their own "Nymbler Special Delivery."


What are you waiting for? Share your baby name story with the Nymbler community in our comments section.

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

A Quick Update

Have you ever wished you could come back to Nymbler with all your favorites and inspirations saved?

Or that you could show your favorite name list to your husband when he gets home from work?

Well now you can! As long as you're on the same computer, Nymbler will remember the names you saved to your favorites list and the names you chose as inspiration last.

What are you waiting for? Start choosing your favorite names!


Has Nymbler helped you solve a name debate? Let us know!

Friday, July 6, 2007

Nymbler's Top Names

According to the Social Security Administration, the top names of 2006 were Emily and Jacob.

But here at Nymbler, we think things have changed in the first six months of 2007.

Of all the names added to “My Favorites,” Ava tops the list for the ladies and Jack is the top boy’s name pick. Following Ava is Charlotte, Sophie, Elizabeth and Lily. The boy’s top 5 continues with Benjamin, Owen, Max and Noah.

We found lots of other data too. Here’s a look at the top boy’s and girl’s names in a few different Nymbler categories:

  • Names Most Frequently E-mailed: Ella & Benjamin

  • Names Most Frequently Listed as Inspirations: Elizabeth & Jack

  • Names Most Information Requested for: Ava & Jack
  • Names Most Frequently Suggested by Nymbler: Rachel & Max
  • Names Most Frequently Added to Inspirations: Ava & Jack

According to all our information Jack and Ava seem to be the most common names on Nymbler.com.

What do you think? Will Jack and Ava top the 2007 list of favorite names?