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The Most Popular Baby Names for 2014

One big part of naming your baby? Deciding whether you want to use a popular name that everybody currently likes, like certain royal parents did for a royal baby, or opting for a more unusual moniker, like Blake Lively did for her baby girl, James.

Why Unisex Baby Names Are on the Rise

With nontraditional baby names on the rise, it makes sense that many moms and dads are opting for androgynous monikers. “Parents are inventing names and using words or last names as first names that have no traditional gender,” says Baby Name Wizard Laura Wattenberg. But with more options come more questions. Wattenberg helps sift through the confusion.

The Hottest Trends for Baby Names

Just when you thought you would have the only Charlotte in preschool or avoid having five other boys turn around you called for little Logan, you come to find those are two of the most popular names on the rise. Welcome to the tricky world of baby names!

Should You Find Out Your Baby's Sex?

Learning your baby’s sex might predict more than just a pink or blue nursery. It might say something about what kind of parent you’ll be, at least that's what a study published in Personality and Individual Differences suggests.

Read This if You're Considering Only Unique Baby Names

Picking the right baby name can feel like an exercise in opposites: You want one that’s likable, but not ubiquitous—special, but not weird. Moniker maven Laura Wattenberg offers tips for striking a balance.

52 Baby Names for Fans of Americana

Patriotic baby names are rich with cultural significance, and many American names are rising the ranks when it comes to popularity, according to the latest data from the Social Security Administration. Whether you're having a Fourth of July baby, or you're just a history buff, these names, courtesy of, are worth saluting.