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Baby names: Hot trends in 2015

Baby names: Hot trends in 2015


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Sarah Bernard, BabyCenter’s pop-culture and style contributor, reports on the results of our annual Baby Names Survey and the Top 100 Baby Names of 2015. Jackson holds tight as the top boys' name for the third year, and Sophia leads the girls for the sixth year in a row. Don’t miss the surprising ways that technology is influencing name choices, while TV continues to be a dominating factor. And this year’s trends also reflect a larger cultural shift as neutral names gained in popularity.


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Comments:

  1. Delancy

    Very cool .. I love these

  2. Kigalrajas

    Again the same thing. Hey, can I give you some fresh ideas ?!

  3. Mezirg

    Yes, really. So it happens.

  4. Jayden

    Christmas trees, stupid article

  5. Blake

    I apologize, it doesn't come close to me. Can the variants still exist?

  6. Lenny

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  7. Amycus

    What a funny phrase



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