Interview with Anna of Waltzing More than Matilda at A Baby Name Per Day
Waltzing with Biblical Baby Names at Baby Names from the Bible
Get to Know: Anna from Waltzing More Than Matilda at The Art of Naming
The Best Baby Name Blogs in Matilda Magazine Fall 2012
Beyond Liv and Zeke in Matilda Magazine Winter 2013
Articles at Nameberry archived here
Australia Leads the Way at You Can’t Call It “It”!
Flynn Christopher Bloom: A Son for Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom cited by Wikipedia
You Can’t Call It That: What the Law Says About Naming Your Baby cited by Practical Parenting magazine
Famous Names: The Australasian Antarctic Expedition cited by gCaptain
Posts on Indigenous Australian baby names cited by Kidspot
Famous Name: Banjo reblogged by Nameberry
Boys Names of Aboriginal Australian Origin reblogged by Mer de Noms
Girls Names That Only Chart in Australia reblogged by Babynameobsessed (other WMTM articles also reblogged here)
Famous Names: Azalea and Amethyst reblogged by Fontastic Onomastics (other WMTM articles also reblogged here)
Reviews and Critiques
New Year’s Baby Names 2012 at YouTube
20 Favorite Blogs for Baby Naming at Babble
Critiquing Popular Baby Name Blogs at A Baby Name Per Day
Have you mentioned Waltzing More Than Matilda online, yet your name is missing for some reason? I’m outraged too! Leave a comment, and I will include you at once. I’m not able to link to every mention on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Stumble Upon, or in blogs and name forums, but I’m very grateful for all of them.
Kara | The Art of Naming said:
Don’t forget to add our interview! 🙂 http://www.theartofnaming.com/2015/01/get-to-know-anna-waltzing-more-than-matilda.html
Thanks for the reminder Kara – I have got rather behind with maintenance, but am catching up now.
FYI – my spotlight name for this upcoming Friday, April 27 was included in your “Old School Names from the Bonds Baby Search” post.
I think we all tend to cover the same names a lot of the time, and often it is coincidental (we’re just all on the same wavelength). 🙂
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