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Pink Gives Birth to Baby Girl, Gives Her Semi-Normal Name

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Pink just popped, and welcomed a baby girl with hubby Carey Hart. She spread the news of their growing family late Thursday evening via Twitter.

Bringing a life into the world his hard enough, and even with all of the trappings of fame and fortune, there is no guarantee that a child has a chance in this tumultuous world. Especially if they name the kid something like Zuma Nesta Rock, or any of these other celeb name offenders.

Kudos and congratulations to Alecia Beth Moore (Pink's given name) for having a bit of restraint here. Purple Hart would be quite a tempting choice, yes?

We are ecstatic to welcome our new beautiful healthy happy baby girl, Willow Sage Hart. She's gorgeous, just like her daddy. #beyondblessedless than a minute ago via Twitter for BlackBerry® Favorite Retweet Reply


Willow Sage Hart -- unless it's referring to one of the

awesomest adventure movies of all time

-- is something that a girl can actually say to her first grade teacher without wrinkling her nose. Assuming that Willow decides later that she wants to pursue a pop career, she can always adopt a color pseudonym like her moms.



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