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These are some of the most popular baby names over the past decade. Do you like any of them?
What are some of your favorite names and why? Are you trending towards traditional names or do you prefer more unique names? Have you seriously thought about the names you will one day give your children? If you could choose your own name, which one would you choose and why?
Let us know in the comments, then read the related 2020 article to learn more about the names that defined the 2010s. Or read this more recent article to see how the pandemic has changed the way new parents name some babies.
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