Sorry if someone already posted this but i thought it was interesting:)

On yahoo [name]Pam[/name] and [name]Linda[/name] predicted the top names in 2019 would be…

1.[name]Ava[/name] (runner up [name]Avery[/name])
2.[name]Amelia[/name] (runner up [name]Emilia[/name])
3.[name]Ella[/name] (runner up [name]Bella[/name] or [name]Ellie[/name])
4.[name]Violet[/name] (runner up [name]Scarlett[/name])
5. [name]Lila[/name] (runner up [name]Delilah[/name])
6. [name]Grace[/name] (runner [name]Gracie[/name] or [name]Patience[/name])
7.[name]Ruby[/name] (runner up [name]Goldie[/name] or [name]Pearl[/name])
8. [name]Matilda[/name] (runner up [name]Millie[/name])
9. [name]Harper[/name] (runner up [name]Flannery[/name] or [name]Scout[/name])
10. [name]Evelyn[/name] (runner up [name]Evelin[/name])

1.[name]Ethan[/name] (runner up [name]Caleb[/name] or [name]Asher[/name])
2. [name]Aiden[/name]
3. [name]Milo[/name](runner up [name]Leo[/name])
4. [name]Charlie[/name] (runner up [name]Sam[/name])
5.[name]Oscar[/name] (runner up [name]Felix[/name])
6. [name]Ryder[/name] (runner up Wyatte)
7. [name]Cash[/name] (runner up [name]Chase[/name])
8. [name]RIver[/name] (runner up [name]Hudson[/name])
9. [name]Kai[/name] (runner up [name]Luca[/name])
10. [name]Maximus[/name] (runner up, almost all variations on [name]Max[/name])

I found there reasons kinda interesting. If you wannaread the article here it is:)
So what do you think? Agree? Disagree?

The names on the lists didn’t surprise me too much, given the time I have spent on this site. They all seemed familiar and somewhat innocuous - most of the names given show up again and again here. I think it’s great, because that means that the names we are giving our kids now are going to be the “trendsetters” for the kids 9-10 years from now.

What I did find interesting, though, was reading through the comments under the article. Some of the people reading the article have a VERY different spin on names than us Nameberry-ites, and it was interesting to see what they had to say. It was nice to get a different perspective, even if I don’t agree with many of them.

I did notice the input from [name]Nephele[/name] about incorporating more Latin/Hispanic/Spanish Names into the top 10 to reflect the growing Latin/Hispanic/Spanish population in the US! I was thinking the SAME thing!

I especially LOVED the comment from the woman who said she got all her kids names from [name]Beverly[/name] Hills 90210 and Charmed and didn’t bother to look them up. I’m speechless!