Baby Names

The Social Security Administration has released its annual list of top baby names in the U.S.
"We made the mistake of sharing our three possible name options before our son was born."
"I tried explaining why that doesn’t quite work, how it sounds more like a furniture brand than a human name..."
The Social Security Administration's baby names data goes back more than a century.
Actually, you might be happy to say bye to some of these...
The experts at BabyCenter released a report about the names falling out of use in recent years.
From O-endings to inspiration from nature, these are the themes experts predict will inform parents' choices this year.
Parents are more likely to choose these names next year based on recent trends and Social Security Administration data.
Whether you're expecting a December baby or just want to bring some holiday magic to your name choice, this list is full of inspiration.