The Craziest Trends from the Most Popular Baby Names of 2017
The headline news from this morning’s popular baby names of 2017 announcement from the Social Security Administration is Liam’s rise to Number 1 and the ascendance of Amelia and Evelyn and Oliver and Logan to the top 10.
But Nameberry looked deeper and came up with these top 12 takeaways for expectant parents and name mavens.
1. Michael fell from the top 10 boys’ names for the first time in 75 years. This longtime number-one name for boys first entered the Top 10 in 1943.