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25 Most Popular Baby Names for 2021

BY LUVEY

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One of the most exciting (and sometimes daunting) tasks as a parent is naming our children!

There are so many factors that can go into the process. Sometimes it's a tribute to someone we love and admire, other times it's about the symbolic nature of a name, and sometimes we just love the way one sounds.

Regardless, names are beautiful and can play a huge role in the character building of a child as it grows.

We chose both of our baby's names with much consideration and thought. First, we named our daughter Kensington Kelly because we adored the name Kensington and its tie to a city we love (London). Secondly, we gave her the middle name Kelly as a tribute to my amazing mother Kelly.

Sean Jr. was named after my husband and best friend. We felt that it would be a beautiful tie that would keep them even closer as the years progress.

We're already well into 2021, and I thought it would be fun to see which baby names are currently trending in the United States. Luckily, Babycenter keeps tabs on which names are most popular, and I thought you may enjoy seeing the top 25.

Top 25 Girls Names for 2021

  1. Olivia
  2. Emma
  3. Amelia
  4. Ava
  5. Sophie
  6. Isabella
  7. Mia
  8. Charlotte
  9. Gianna
  10. Luna
  11. Ella
  12. Aria
  13. Evelyn
  14. Harper
  15. Mila
  16. Ellie
  17. Layla
  18. Blessings
  19. Casi
  20. Ryliee
  21. Camila
  22. Aurora
  23. Nova
  24. Scarlett
  25. Avery

Top 25 Boys Names for 2021

  1. Noah
  2. Liam
  3. Oliver
  4. Elijah
  5. Lucas
  6. Mason
  7. Levi
  8. Benjamin
  9. James
  10. Asher
  11. Logan
  12. Aiden
  13. Mateo
  14. Ethan
  15. Leo
  16. William
  17. Sebastian
  18. Leriel
  19. Eero
  20. Grayson
  21. Christopher
  22. Jackson
  23. Daniel
  24. Michael
  25. Jack

Just in case you're curious as to how Babycenter reports the top baby names, its members report to them which names they selected for their babies.

According to the site, "It's a great way to get an early look at the year's most popular names, since the official U.S. government list of names for the year won't be released until next year."


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