Here's a state-by-state breakdown of America's most popular pandemic baby names.
The retired sprint great is now one kid short of a very cool-sounding relay team.
“Mom has the reproductive organs of a finely-tuned sports car, and in a flash raced this baby over the line just in time for kickoff.”
Donald ranks just below Axton, Dariel, Marvin and Brycen.
The new baby Sussex is not the only child to be named after a grandparent.
Fewer newborn girls were named Karen in 2020 than in any year since 1932.
Who took the top spot?
Baby naming site Nameberry shared the most popular names among users in over two dozen countries.
The couple, who met in 2017, welcomed a baby boy earlier this month.
Having a 2021 baby? These will be the names of their classmates.