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What name do you prefer for your babies?

25 Mar, 2022 posted by Noah

Check out the top baby names of the moment. Recent data from the Social Security Administration reveals

50 best girl names for 2022

GIRLS Name

1. Emma
2. Olivia
3. Ava
4. Sophia 
5. Isabella
6. Mia 
7. Charlotte 
8. Abigail 
9. Emily 
10. Harper 
11. Amelia 
12. Evelyn 
13. Elizabeth 
14. Sofia 
15. Madison 
16. Avery 
17. Ella 
18. Scarlett 
19. Grace 
20. Chloe 
21. Victoria 
22. Riley 
23. Aria 
24. Lily 
25. Aubrey 
26. Zoey 
27. Penelope 
28. Lillian 
29. Addison 
30. Layla 
31. Natalie 
32. Camila 
33. Hannah 
34. Brooklyn 
35. Zoe 
36. Nora 
37. Leah 
38. Savannah 
39. Audrey 
40. Claire 
41. Eleanor 
42. Skylar 
43. Ellie 
44. Samantha 
45. Stella 
46. Paisley 
47. Violet 
48. Mila 
49. Allison 
50. Alexa

baby girl

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Boys Name

baby boy
1. Noah
2. Liam 
3. William 
4. Mason 
5. James 
6. Benjamin 
7. Jacob 
8. Michael 
9. Elijah 
10. Ethan 
11. Alexander 
12. Oliver 
13. Daniel 
14. Lucas 
15. Matthew 
16. Aiden 
17. Jackson 
18. Logan 
19. David 
20. Joseph 
21. Samuel 
22. Henry 
23. Owen 
24. Sebastian 
25. Gabriel 
26. Carter
27. Jayden 
28. John 
29. Luke 
30. Anthony 
31. Isaac 
32. Dylan 
33. Wyatt 
34. Andrew 
35. Joshua 
36. Christopher 
37. Grayson 
38. Jack 
39. Julian 
40. Ryan 
41. Jaxon 
42. Levi 
43. Nathan 
44. Caleb 
45. Hunter 
46. Christian 
47. Isaiah 
48. Thomas 
49. Aaron 
50. Lincoln

Interesting, isn’t it? Assuming you’re intrigued, you can peruse more here.. For the past 15 years, Emily has been one of the top four girls’ names!

During my pregnancy, Alex and I would sit in the living room late at night and brainstorm names. We made lists for both boys and girls, and we loved Penelope, Sophie, and Beatrice (both from Much Ado About Nothing). We also loved Penny and Bea as nicknames.

It’s funny Sometimes you feel like you’re coming up with a name that’s not super-popular, and you’re happy you were original – like when I was pregnant with Toby, Alex, and I both loved the name Sebastian, but then many other parents also liked it. How come? What’s the story? TV? Feature films? Nothing? We are fascinated by the collective unconscious.

Which baby names are your favourites? What are the names of your children? Does it matter if their names are popular?