[name]Evan[/name], though it might be rising in popularity today, almost sounds dated to me, like [name]Brian[/name]. I’m not a huge fan. [name]Jack[/name], on the other hand, is a timeless classic - a cheerful name that exudes masculinity and strength. I don’t think popularity can be applied to [name]Jack[/name], as it has been popular for decades, if not centuries. It may be a bit common, but it is a great name.
[name]Millie[/name], to me, it too much of a nickname to be considered. I know that, technically, [name]Jack[/name] might be considered a bit of a nickname, too, but [name]Millie[/name] REALLY is one. That being said, I like its style with [name]Jack[/name]. [name]Ava[/name], though I see the appeal - it is soft, feminine, pretty, and spunky - is very popular and very defining of a certain generation. If your friend likes the popular scene, then perhaps she should consider [name]Emma[/name], which, though popular now, has been popular for centuries and is a classic in its own right. [name]Emma[/name] and [name]Jack[/name] are perfect, albeit popular, siblings. Other girl names I might suggest are [name]Sarah[/name] (it has [name]Sadie[/name] as a nickname, which is similar to [name]Millie[/name]), [name]Elizabeth[/name] ([name]Libby[/name] is really darling!), [name]Caroline[/name] ([name]Carrie[/name] and [name]Millie[/name] are quite alike), [name]Lucy[/name], and [name]Eleanor[/name] ([name]Ellie[/name] is a rising favorite…).