It's very common to name your kid with a baby nickname  while they are all small and adorable. It's often a way to express how adorable they are, or something like that.

There was a study just recently that analyzed the details from nearly 2 million people in America to search out the most used (and often strange) nicknames for babies.

"Peanut" appears to be the number one most-used nickname across the nation. "Bean" came in at number two. "Baby" came in third.

Let's take a peek at the strangest nicknames from a handful of states, including the one we use here in Wyoming the most.

Baby Eskimo in Alaska . . .

Happy Meal in Colorado . . .

Punkin Head in Oklahoma . . .

Lil' Fatty in Mississippi . . .

Pizza Bagel in Illinois . . .

Fish Stick in Minnesota . . .

Lil' Ass Kicker in Massachusetts . . .

Mini Toot in West Virginia . . .

Smushface in Ohio . . .

and finally, "Baby Bugaboo" in Wyoming.

(Here's a map with the nicknames from every state.)