Are you excited for the late-night feedings and living by the moon cycles thanks to baby’s restlessness? Then you might be a night owl! The term “night owl” is known as a chronotype for people whose productivity peaks in the evening. It came from a Shakespearean play, where it was used largely as a negative term for an oppressive character; however, centuries later, it’s taken a much nicer, moonlit sheen to it. A baby girl, boy, or gender-neutral name meaning “night” could give you and baby the tranquility and mystery that only post-sunset times can achieve.