Modern names seem so dichotomous.
We Americans have brought back loads of beautiful, "old fashioned" monikers that turn wee-ones into tiny lords and ladies. On the other less-dainty hand, are those who have named their children things like Hashtag in tribute to Twitter.
Here's the run-down according to BabyCenter's list compiled by its users:
For a third year in a row, Americans named their boys and girls Aidan and Sophia more than any others.
And, there's a pattern: Nearly 40% of the top boys' names ended in "n", like Aidan, and nearly 40% of the top girls' names ended in "a" like Sophia.
We like what we like.
Television shows like Once Upon a Time, America's Got Talent and the British miniseries Downtown Abbey all seem to be responsible for spikes in names like Archie, Demi and Branson while names like Luna and Stella might be on the rise due to the success of moon rover Curiosity.
Whatever the inspiration, we American's sure aren't afraid to show our true colors when it comes to naming our children.
Oh, and Abigail is a great name, for those on the prowl.