Either that, or Archie is the reason this name has skyrocketed in popularity.
What are the most popular baby names in 2019? Between the Social Security Administration's data and both Nameberry and BabyCenter's trend reports, we have a pretty good sense of the most popular baby names of the year. It's no surprise that picks like Emma and Liam reign supreme, as they’ve been popular in years’ past: Just take a look at the names on the cubbies of any elementary classroom for proof.
But what other trends have taken ahold this year? Nicknames from the 20th century and monikers inspired by royalty seem to be on the rise. (And, sometimes these converge: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle picked one of the top 2019 trends for their son, Archie, by choosing a nickname as a first name.) Nature-inspired names are also big, as well as names cribbed from pop culture and celebrities. (Can you guess what family inspires the most baby names after the Royal Family?) Whether you’re looking for a unique baby name, something more traditional, or just want to keep up on the trends, here’s everything you need to know about the most popular baby names of 2019. We even have a few predictions about what’s coming up for next year, too.
Dorothy: “I believe very strongly the president should be able to call his own witnesses,” Paul told reporters on Thursday. “The rules that are put forward will be amendable, so yes I will consider strongly that the president should get his full due process, which to me means bringing in his own witnesses.” If the Republicans want to bring in all of their own witnesses, then all of the witnesses that Trump told not appear before the Inquiry should also be able to be brought in by the House. If fairness is what they want.