Like fashion or the weather, trends in popular baby names come and go before you even get a chance to get in on them. However, we have a feeling that the biggest trends when it came to naming babies in 2017 aren't going anywhere all that fast. Show More Summary
Rare baby names can go really right or really wrong. If you're looking for a unique name that isn't totally weird, these 18 names are about to hit it big. 18 Rare Baby Names That Are Gaining in Popularity is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
According to the New Hampshire Vital Records Information Network (NHVRIN), the most popular baby names in the state in 2016 were Charlotte and Noah. Here are New Hampshire’s top 10 girl names and top 10 boy names of 2016: Girl Names 1. Charlotte 2. Emma 3. Olivia 4. Amelia 5. Harper 6. Sophia 7. Lillian […]
Congratulation to the Jacksons and Sophias of the world! Recently, BabyCenter released its list of the most popular baby names of 2017 — from data involving more than 500,000 kiddos — and they discovered the aforementioned monikers are the top boy and girl names of the year! In fact, Jackson is number one for the fifth consecutive [...]
For 2017's most popular baby names, those with ties to mythology, ancient cultures, and classic literature dominated the list.
Olivia and Liam were the most popular baby names in New Jersey in 2016.
Eliska and Jakub were the most popular baby names in the Czech Republic in 2016.
Charlotte and Jack were the most popular baby names in Western Australia in 2016.
Olivia and Oliver were the most popular baby names in Oregon in 2016.
Emma and Mateo were the most popular baby names in Sonoma County, California, in 2016.
Sofia and Noah were the most popular baby names in Denmark in 2016.
Post by Genny Glassman. We tend to think that baby names stay the same. That the same 10 girls names get rotated again and again, but in reality baby names follow just as many trends as fashion or food does. Now that we are firmly in...Show More Summary
Here is the list of the most popular baby names of 2017, for girls and boys. What do you think? Did your baby's name crack the top 10? Here Are the Most Popular Baby Names of 2017 is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.
These ideas are lovely.
So you’ve come up with what you’re sure is a unique name for your baby. A Biblical/word/animal/place name no one else has
We looked back at parents' favorites in 1992.
Mia and Noah were the most popular baby names in Switzerland in 2016.
Zuzanna and Antoni were the most popular baby names in Poland in 2016.
The baby name Iona isn’t very popular these days, but it saw a moderate amount of usage in the early 1900s. It has several potential origins, including the Scottish island of Iona and the ancient Greek name Ione. Beyond usage and origin, though, there’s the fascinating fact that the name Iona sounds just like the […]
Some of these will be very familiar to American parents.