The Top Baby Names of 2019….so far

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by Pamela Redmond

Nameberry’s list of top baby names 2019 is in for the first quarter of the year, with two surprising new names at the top.  

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Spring Baby Names: News of the week

By Clare Green

Our first spring baby names news report includes the latest stats from Scotland, a royal baby announcement (no, not that one), and babies named after doctors, nurses, soccer players, the Pope, and transformers.

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Girl Names: Tailored but Feminine

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He says Mary. She says Halston. Where’s the middle ground between those two extremes? The Name Sage sets out to find a compromise for their daughter.

Taylor writes:

My husband and I are expecting a baby girl in mid-June. For boys, we agreed on names like Ronan and Finn, but when it comes to girl names, our styles are completely different.

He likes Abigail, Mary, and Hannah classic/popular names that I do not like at all. My favorites are Carter and Halston, as I prefer unisex names for girls, and he strongly dislikes them.

The middle name is all we have agreed on: Jeanette.

Are there any choices that are a happy compromise?

The Name Sage replies:

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By E. Wittig

Aries baby names are a fiery bunch.  In a few days, we will be under in sign of the ram. Aries runs from March 21st to April 20th. Along with Leo and Sagittarius, Aries is a fire sign, represented by lively, passionate leaders and the color red. These and other Arien elements offer a wide array of suggestions for little rams.

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Anjelika Temple, the founding partner and chief creative officer of one of our favorite websites Brit + Co, is mom to Anokhi, 2, with another daughter on the way. She and husband David, head of content for Pinterest, are deep in the search for baby names.

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