Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Baby News: Jade Roper & Tanner Tolbert Reveal Baby Boy’s NameCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Baby News: Jade Roper & Tanner Tolbert Reveal Baby Boy’s Name

By Bonnie Griffin

In the latest celebrity baby news, Bachelor in Paradise’s Jade Roper and Tanner Tolbert share their baby boy’s name two days after his emergency home birth.  On August 1, Roper revealed her baby’s name on Instagram saying, “Say hello to Brooks Easton Tolbert!”  According to, this celebrity couple welcomed their baby boy into the world on July 29th at their home.

In celebrity baby news, Jade & Tanner finally revealed their newborn son’s name. What are some ways to compromise with your partner on baby names?

Cupid’s Advice:

When your expecting a child one of the hardest decisions to make can sometimes be coming up with a name you and your partner agree on. It’s an important decision, and one you cannot change once it’s been made. It can often mean compromises on both sides to come to an agreement. Cupid has some advice on ways to compromise with your partner on baby names:

1. Create a list: You and your partner can begin by each creating a list of baby names that you like. Compare your list and pick out any names you both put down. From there, you can work through the names each of you like to make your decision.

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2. Family names: Family names can often be a sticking point when one of you has a name you are set on passing down to your child. If one of you has a family name you really want to use consider using it as a middle name as a compromise. This way the name gets incorporated without being the name used for your child every day.

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3. Find a common theme: If you are having trouble narrowing down a name, start with coming up with a theme you both agree on. Maybe you both know you want a unique name, or you can agree you want your baby to have a traditional name. It isn’t the final name but it is a good starting point that can help you get there and come up with a name you can both agree on.

What are some ways you would compromise with your partner when choosing your baby’s name? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.