Top 100 Names of the Year for Boys!



Expecting a beautiful little BOY? Congratulations! The fun is only just beginning as you search for the best name for your new little sweetheart. Some adore using popular names of the time, others desire a unique name of their own creation. But no matter which direction you go on his name, your perfectly made little baby will soon fill your life with wonder and delight - and your heart will never again be the same.

Included below are the 100 most popular names for boys in the United States this year, based on the Social Security Administration's latest statistics. Does your little one's name make the Top 100? We'd love to hear from you and know what name you chose. Drop a comment below, or join in the conversation any time on the Peaceful Parenting Facebook page, or private discussion group

And if you have questions about all things BOY, drop a note any time to SavingSons@gmail.com and our clinicians and volunteers will do their best to get you the resources you are seeking.

❤ Happy Babymoon! ❤

1. Noah
2. Liam
3. Jacob
4. Mason
5. William
6. Ethan
7. Michael
8. Alexander
9. Jayden
10. Daniel

11. Elijah
12. Aiden
13. James
14. Benjamin
15. Matthew
16. Jackson
17. Logan
18. David
19. Anthony
20. Joseph

21. Joshua
22. Andrew
23. Lucas
24. Gabriel
25. Samuel
26. Christopher
27. John
28. Dylan
29. Isaac
30. Ryan

31. Nathan
32. Carter
33. Caleb
34. Luke
35. Christian
36. Hunter
37. Henry
38. Owen
39. Landon
40. Jack

41. Wyatt
42. Jonathan
43. Eli
44. Isaiah
45. Sebastian
46. Jaxon
47. Julian
48. Brayden
49. Gavin
50. Levi

51. Aaron
52. Oliver
53. Jordan
54. Nicholas
55. Evan
56. Connor
57. Charles
58. Jeremiah
59. Cameron
60. Adrian

61. Thomas
62. Robert
63. Tyler
64. Colton
65. Austin
66. Jace
67. Angel
68. Dominic
69. Josiah
70. Brandon

71. Ayden
72. Kevin
73. Zachary
74. Parker
75. Blake
76. Jose
77. Chase
78. Grayson
79. Jason
80. Ian

81. Bentley
82. Adam
83. Xavier
84. Cooper
85. Justin
86. Nolan
87. Hudson
88. Easton
89. Jase
90. Carson

91. Nathaniel
92. Jaxson
93. Kayden
94. Brody
95. Lincoln
96. Luis
97. Tristan
98. Damian
99. Camden

Photograph by Clare Fisher

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Top 100 Names of the Year for Girls!



Expecting a gorgeous little GIRL? Congratulations! The fun is only just beginning as you search for the best name for your new little sweetheart. Some adore using popular names of the time, others desire a unique name of their own creation. But no matter which direction you go on her name, your perfectly made little baby will soon fill your life with wonder and delight - and your heart will never again be the same.

Included below are the 100 most popular names for girls in the United States this year, based on the Social Security Administration's latest statistics. Does your little one's name make the Top 100? We'd love to hear from you and know what name you chose. Drop a comment below, or join in the conversation any time on the Peaceful Parenting Facebook page, or private discussion group

And if you have questions about all things GIRL, drop a note any time to DrMomma.org@gmail.com and our clinicians and volunteers will do their best to get you the resources you are seeking.

❤ Happy Babymoon! ❤

1. Sophia 
2. Emma 
3. Olivia 
4. Isabella 
5. Ava 
6. Mia 
7. Emily 
8. Abigail 
9. Madison 
10. Elizabeth 

11. Charlotte 
12. Avery 
13. Sofia 
14. Chloe 
15. Ella 
16. Harper 
17. Amelia 
18. Aubrey 
19. Addison 
20. Evelyn 

21. Natalie 
22. Grace 
23. Hannah 
24. Zoey 
25. Victoria 
26. Lillian 
27. Lily 
28. Brooklyn 
29. Samantha 
30. Layla 

31. Zoe 
32. Audrey 
33. Leah 
34. Allison 
35. Anna 
36. Aaliyah 
37. Savannah 
38. Gabriella 
39. Camila 
40. Aria 

41. Kaylee 
42. Scarlett 
43. Hailey 
44. Arianna 
45. Riley 
46. Alexis 
47. Nevaeh 
48. Sarah 
49. Claire 
50. Sadie 

51. Peyton 
52. Aubree 
53. Serenity 
54. Ariana 
55. Genesis 
56. Penelope 
57. Alyssa 
58. Bella 
59. Taylor 
60. Alexa 

61. Kylie 
62. Mackenzie 
63. Caroline 
64. Kennedy 
65. Autumn 
66. Lucy 
67. Ashley 
68. Madelyn 
69. Violet 
70. Stella 

71. Brianna 
72. Maya 
73. Skylar 
74. Ellie 
75. Julia 
76. Sophie 
77. Katherine 
78. Mila 
79. Khloe 
80. Paisley 

81. Annabelle 
82. Alexandra 
83. Nora 
84. Melanie 
85. London 
86. Gianna 
87. Naomi 
88. Eva 
89. Faith 
90. Madeline 

91. Lauren 
92. Nicole 
93. Ruby 
94. Makayla 
95. Kayla 
96. Lydia 
97. Piper 
98. Sydney 
99. Jocelyn 

Photograph by Kelly Brown

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