Baby Names of 2013

Okay, it’s that time of year again.  The time when I look back at all the ornaments I made for babies born last year to see what the naming trends were.  Now, just like last year though there are a few older kids sprinkled in that I included.  But it will still generally show a peak into what the latest fads in baby names might be. baby names

baby ornament names 2013

Click on the link above to see the full list of names.  I tried a couple different ways to get my list on here and some failed and then this link popped up for my last try…so that’s what I will stick with for now.  Maybe by next year I’ll know a better method of quickly putting my list on here and keeping it readable.

The names that were seen the most were:













There are also several that came up twice.

Also, of course most of the names are from the United States but it is always fun to see names come from around the world as well.  This year I got my first order from Denmark!  Canada came out in full force and the UK, Australia, New Zealand, and France also represented as well.

Take a look and see if any of your favorites are on the list.  Any trends you notice?  Any new names that you see?

Take a look at again at last year’s list to see if anything has changed.

2 thoughts on “Baby Names of 2013”

  1. I’ve always adored the names Jack and Jackson (my grandfather was Jack, my brother is Jack). Oliver is a surprise!

    Good to see you back blogging; I certainly hope 2014 is better for you and your beautiful family. Here’s to digging in to what we each do best this year! Pickle is holding up well and is still a bedtime favorite. Cheers, Jocelyn.

    1. I’ve always loved the name Jack too (our cat is named that). It seems a lot of the heroes in shows are named that.

      I’m trying really hard to make myself blog. Otherwise I look at the date and it’ll be a month with me having written nothing. So far so good. Glad Pickle is still holding up!

      Happy 2014 to you and I hope you are able to accomplish your dreams as well.

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