Baby Names @ BabyChatter.Com Rolls out Newly Designed Website Helping Future Parents Find Names for Their Babies

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BabyChatter.com, one of the web’s oldest baby name websites, providing new parent’s options for baby names, and giving their meanings and origins, as well as listing baby free stuff and baby coupons, is pleased to announce its new web design.

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"The new site has much better functionality and navigation than in the past. It’s also much faster," said K. Hughes, a user of the website. "It is really going to help expectant parents find a baby name easily and have fun while doing it."

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With the BabyChatter.com redesign, there is a large, interesting collection of celebrity baby names. As celebrity babies are born every day, the staff updates this section daily as that news is ever-changing, keeping it very current. User submissions of names, both celebrity and non-celebrity, are always welcome, as are guest writers offering valuable parenting information. More functionality will be added in the future to the celebrity section.

Moving and converting from a “heavy” HTML website to a new WordPress platform makes BabyChatter.com much faster and easier to manage, while providing the user a better experience when visiting.

BabyChatter.com has been providing new, expectant and experienced parents a fun and interactive experience since 2000, offering baby names to choose from, their meanings and origins. Users also enjoy the updated free baby stuff and baby coupons. Prior to becoming BabyChatter.com, the website was initially collaborated on Geocities.com web space. Once it became too popular at Geocities, using too much bandwidth, the domain name, BabyChatter.com was purchased. The website as we know it today moved to its own server in 2000.

Information found on BabyChatter.com is of a general nature and is designed only for educational and/or entertainment purposes. For any concerns about the health or well-being of your children or your own health, you should always consult with a physician or other healthcare professional. There are no trained medical professionals to give such advice on BabyChatter.com.

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