Santa’s been busy making his list and checking it twice and it’s not great news for Lexi, Esther, Summer or Libby.
Sorry ladies, but you’re among the list of the naughtiest little turds of last year, according to this cheeky survey at least.
Naughty and nice names
Every year we get access to the names of the naughty and nice kids courtesy of School Stickers. Although it’s all just a bit of fun, there could be some truth to it. Did your kids’ names make either list?
The naughty list
The nice list
Best and worst-behaved names
Another UK survey from My Nametags and Censuswide also touched on the topic of naughty and nice names earlier this year. They asked 1500 teachers, parents, and children to describe names that reflect the best and worst-behaved kids.
Here are the findings:
Worst behaved names
Best behaved names
Grace, Olivia and Emily made it onto both “nice” lists. Jack, Oliver, Leo, Harry and Charlie featured on a naughty list and a nice list, depending on the survey. Go figure.
The “official” naughty and nice names list
You can also check out your child’s “official” position thanks to this cheeky document from Christmas Affairs.
It even comes with tips on getting your name off the naughty list before Christmas – the perfect way to ensure your kids actually behave for the rest of the month! LOVE IT!