I just made the unfortunate discovery that both my children’s names – Violet and Henry – are on the list of top names projected for 2012.
That’s kind of a bummer as it sucks to be one of three children with the same name in a school class.
But, what’re you gonna do?
So, I present you this list of top unisex names for 2012 not so much to show you what you should name your baby, but maybe some names you want to avoid so you don’t end up in my predicament.
This list comes from one of my favorite baby naming websites, Nameberry.com, who, for the first time ever, compiled a list of the most popular unisex names, which means they are names listed on Nameberry for both genders that are winning the highest number of page views.
Nameberry’s Top 25 Unisex Names, 2011:
What’s your favorite? Least favorite? Why?
Source: Kansas City Star
Check out Babble’s list of Top 20 Names of All Time!