There’s just something about Sadie. It used to be a nickname for Sarah (which is why they share the meaning “princess”), but has become a name all on its own. Like many vintage-sounding names, Sadie was über-popular in the late 1800s, eventually got kicked out of the In Crowd, and is now being welcomed back in with open arms. And doesn’t Sadie just sound like that loveable girl-next-door who’s not a pushover but will still share her Cheerios with you? What’s not to like?