Drumroll, please. The Social Security Administration has released their 2008 name data.
The number one name for girls isn’t Emily! It’s Emma.
And despite those predicting the end of Madison, she actually inched up one spot, from #5 to #4.
For boys, there were fewer surprises. Andrew is out of the Top Ten, and Alexander is in.
I won’t have time to dig into the data this morning, but I’m sure we’re all eager to discuss.
What’s your biggest a-ha from the 2008 statistics?