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86 Baby Names You Haven't Heard Of (But Will)

When it comes to pregnancy tasks, choosing a baby name is right up there with completing your registry. It sounds fun at first (finally—something that doesn't involve prepping for labor!), until it becomes totally overwhelming (so.many.options). We’re here to help.

The Most Popular Baby Names by State

You've announced your pregnancy, chosen a birth plan, and decorated your nursery. But one important to-do still remains: picking a baby name!

Hottest New Baby Girl Names

Irish Baby Names

Hipster Baby Names

The Most Popular Baby Names of 2014?

Heidi's Klum's catchphrase, "One day you're in, and the next day you're out," might as well have been spoken about baby names. Over the years, we’ve seen names come, go, and even make a few comebacks. So, to help you find the right name for your baby-to-be, we polled the nation’s leading baby name experts on what we can expect from the coming year. Here are the baby name trends that will rock the name runway in 2014.

A New Baby-Name Backlash

Sure, Kate Winslet's son, Bear, has a unique baby name. But critics have been vocal about the actress's choice of last name. Here's why.

6 Baby-Naming Mistakes Most Parents Make

“I love you, Matt. Oh wait, Mark.” Sound familiar? You’re not the only one to accidentally mix up your kids' names, even if you gave each of them unique names: New research in the online journal PLOS One shows that the slip-up is more likely if your kids have the same initials.

The Trend: Unique Baby Names

North West. Blue Ivy. Apple. Celebrity baby names definitely seem to be getting more and more unique—and it’s not only happening in Hollywood.

Baby Name Trends for 2013

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