Child of: actor Jason Lee and actress Beth Riesgraf
This name (or job title?) was inspired by a song from the group Grandaddy called "He's Simple, He's Dumb, He's the Pilot."
Child of: Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow
In August 2004, Paltrow explained the choice on "The Oprah Winfrey Show," "It sounded so sweet and it conjured such a lovely picture for me - you know, apples are so sweet and they're wholesome and it's biblical - and I just thought it sounded so lovely and ... clean!"
Paltrow and Martin kept the biblical theme going; the former couple also have a son named Moses.
Child of: Nicolas Cage (pictured here) and Alice Kim
The "National Treasure" actor must be a fan of Superman; Kal-El is the comic book character's birth name.
Jermajesty Jackson (left)
Child of: Jermaine Jackson and Alejandra Genevieve Oaziaza
Outrageous names run in the family; the late Michael Jackson named one his children Prince.
Child of: Kanye West and Kim Kardashian
This list would not be complete without North West, the headline-grabbing name chosen for the first child of Kimye.
According to Us Weekly, Pharrell Williams and Anna Wintour encouraged the couple to choose the name, which influenced their decision.
Child of: Kanye West and Kim Kardashian
Kimye make this list twice! In December 2015, they named their second child -- a boy -- Saint West.
Speck Wildhorse Mellencamp
Child of: John Mellencamp (pictured here) and Elaine Erwin
Another family with creative names; Speck's brother is named Hud.
Child of: Alicia Silverstone (pictured here) and musician Christopher Jarecki
Silverstone is one of three celebs with a son named Bear; Jamie Oliver and Kate Winslet also chose the name for their children.
Sparrow James Midnight Madden
Child of: Nicole Richie (pictured here) and Joel Madden
Richie and Madden didn't shy away from the creative names, naming their first daughter, Harlow Winter Kate. She got off easy compared to her little sis, Sparrow James Midnight.
Gwen and Gavin's kids
Children of: Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale
Stefani and Rossdale picked location names for their first two (Kingston James McGregor and Zuma Nesta Rock), but named the third (Apollo Bowie Flynn) after the Roman sun god. Bowie and Flynn happen to be Stefani and Rossdale's mothers' maiden names.
Audio Science Clayton
Child of: Actress Shannyn Sossamon (pictured here) and children's book author Dallas Clayton.
Why? The world may never know.
Blue Ivy Carter
Child of: Jay Z and Beyonce
Arguably the world's most famous baby, aside from Prince George and North West, is Blue Ivy Carter.
The name choice coincides with the two musician's bodies of work; Jay Z has albums titled "The Blueprint I," "II" and "III." Beyonce released the album "Four," and Blue has four letters. Also, it's Jay's favorite color.
Bronx Mowgli Wentz
Child of: Ashlee Simpson and (ex) Pete Wentz
Wentz told the New York Daily News in 2008 that they were throwing around the name Bronx for a while, and Mowgli is named after Rudyard Kipling's "The Jungle Book."
"Kipling's really cool," Wentz said. "'The Jungle Book' was something that me and Ashlee bonded over, so ... it's a cool name."
Child of: Stephen Spielberg and Kate Capshaw
Destry -- which sounds more like a typo than a name -- is the odd one out in her family. Her siblings are Max, Sasha, Jessica, Theo, Sawyer and Mikaela. Much more conventional names.
Child of: Rob Morrow ("Numb3rs" actor) and Debbon Ayer
This child's name is literally a play on words, resulting in a life of having "Annie" sung at her.
Child of: Frank Zappa (pictured here) and Gail Zappa
Frank Zappa is the reigning champ of bizarre baby names. His two daughters are named Diva Muffin and Moon Unit while his sons are named Ahmed and Dweezil (pictured here).
Recently, Zappa's widow revealed that the singer even considered calling his eldest daughter Motorhead.
Moxie Crimefighter Teller
Child of: Penn Jillette (of "Penn and Teller") and Emily Zolten Jillette
Jillette told the New York Times in 2006, "Moxie is a name that was created by an American for the first national soft drink and then went on to mean chutzpah, and that's nice."