Baby Names

Social Security Administration data shows a rise in babies named Loki, Valkyrie and more.
Helix? Prairie? Vita? The folks at Nameberry identified 20 names they believe parents will be choosing three decades from now.
“I don’t know if she thought it was kind of like a hippie thing,” Jost quipped.
The experts at Nameberry identified new categories and examples in the world of baby naming.
The Social Security Administration's baby name data contains some interesting statistics.
Here's the state-by-state breakdown from the Social Security Administration.
"Parents are choosing names that have power, hope and status.”
According to Social Security Administration data, 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 in the U.S. were named Karen in 2020 than in any year since 1932.