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Seventh straight year after year, the most popular girls 'and boys' names are Sophia and Jackson, respectively, according to the parent's Baby Center.
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In addition, the word "Sophia" – or similarly-sounding variants – was the biggest choice for parents who have been registered with the Baby Center for nine consecutive years.
"It's exaggerated all over the world, it's spoken in multiple languages, and it's feminine and sophisticated," said Linda Murray, BabyCenter's senior vice president and global editor for consumer affairs.
"For Jackson, it's a trendy twist on the old classic Jack."
The results that Baby Center releases each year is based on the "hundreds of thousands" of baby names collected from registered users of the site for each issue. The site also has similar-sounding names – like Sofia and Sofia – to showcase what it's called "true popularity" for everyone.
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In addition to Jackson and Sofia, the children's center's 2018 list is still nearly identical, with the exception of Layla and Oliver, which are new this year.
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In addition, Baby Center pointed to a number of "naming trends" that were reported to have appeared in 2018, mostly words inspired by the online video game "Fortnite" (it seems that Ramirez, Bunny and Dakota see their popularity), as well as words seemingly inspired from Chip and Joanna Gaines to children (Emmie, Ella, Drake and Crew, and even Magnolia, as reported, have seen pins).
The site also suggested that the Kardashian / Jenner clan, who chose the names, including Storms, Nori, Chicago and Saint their children, have been influencing 2018 trends.
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But do not be fooled: the future will be filled with just about anything other than Sophias and Jackson. Disney parties should start booking their latest numbers.