Children might not be on your radar yet but that’s OK. Nameberry has you covered if you’re not ready but might be in 10 years’ time. That’s right, the website looked into their magical crystal ball (a.k.a. an algorithm based on Social Security data and wild projections) and revealed what they believe will be THE names for the babies of 2028. Let’s just say that if you’ve kept track of popular names in recent years, then some of these aren’t going to be that surprising. Turns out, parents in the future aren’t all that original.
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