Like everything else, baby names go through trends. In the '70s and '80s, there were multiple Jennifers or Michaels in every class. The '90s and '00s brought Madisons and Masons. The '10s? Aidens and Sophias. While 2016 data from the Social Security Administration found that the top names across the country were Liam, Emma, Noah and Ava, there are more than a few unconventional names bubbling up, too.
From Good Housekeeping