By Maggie Manfredi

On Wednesdays, we wear pink! According to UsMagazine.com, Haylie Duff gave birth to a celebrity baby girl on Monday, May 11th. The Real Girl’s Kitchen host’s rep stated, “Both mom and baby are doing great! Haylie and Matt are thrilled to finally meet their baby girl and become a family of three.” The baby girl was named Ryan, and celebrity couple Duff and fiance Matt Rosenberg are doing great! Ryan is in great familial company with cousin Luca, Hilary Duff’s son. Let’s hope the adorable play-dates will be well-documented.

This celebrity baby has been named Ryan. What are some advantages to giving your child a name that can be either male or female?

Cupid’s Advice:

Haylie Duff named her baby girl Ryan, this could work for both boy babies and girls alike! Here are some advantages to giving your child a universal name:

1. Name them early: Having a gender neutral name gives you the opportunity to have the name ready, even before a baby is in the belly! It will make it tangible for you and your partner, and you will be able to speak to the baby the second you know he/she is there.

Related Link: Haylie Duff Is Engaged to Boyfriend Matt Rosenberg

2. Be surprised: With a name that works for a boy or a girl you can take the old fashioned route and wait until the baby is born to know the sex. This will make the experience that much more exciting without any stress of having to pick a name the day of.

Related: Haylie Duff Resists Maternity Clothes For Much of Celebrity Pregnancy

3. The uniqueness factor: Having a universal name is special, and stands out. So if you are taking part in the baby name hunt don’t rule out this fun option. Examples: Charlie, Bailey, Harper, Jamie, etc.!

Do you have a good example of a name fit for any baby boy or girl? Share with us below!