Category: baby name Hephzibah
We know that Sophia and Ava, Jacob and Mason will probably stay in the US Top Ten for another few years. But like many a name nerd, I’m fascinated by what’s next. Will there really be more babies called Viggo, Juniper, January, and Walker? We can only hope.
There won’t be many, of course. Even amongst the name obsessed, a relatively small percentage of us dare to use a truly cutting edge name. Sometimes we have a partner in naming whose tastes are more conservative. Besides, our shortlists often range from William to Wilder, and there’s quite a bit of pressure to go with the equally stylish but more common of the two.
Of course, Isabella was once dismissed as too flowery and Aiden and Jayden as too weird. Should Leo crack the Top Ten and Camden creep into the 25 most popular, many will embrace them as normal names and raise an eyebrow at whatever comes next.