If you’re having a baby soon and want to avoid giving the child a name everyone else in his or her kindergarten class will have, you may want to check out BabyCenter’s list of this year’s most popular baby names.
Baby name site Nameberry.com released its predictions for 2012, and if you thought the noun trend — like naming kids after apples and other objets — was weird, just wait until you get a load of the hot new adjective fad.
Old names go and new names come. Seems to me the older names (like mine Ray) were simpler and shorter, but these names pale in comparison to the children of various rock stars for example. I don't think people should be too up in arms, after all we'll have a whole new batch of names in a few years.
What do the names Michael, Madison and Jayden have in common? They’re among the most popular baby n