Each year, we spotlight the most popular names for children in the state when the Department of Health comes out with its list of the top 100. It’s always a popular item.
But this year, we thought it would also be nice to celebrate the youngsters whose names aren’t at the top — the names at the other end of the list. They’re great names, too, and deserve some recognition as well, don’t you think?
You might be surprised to find some rather common names here.
So here’s to all the Keiras and Alexandras, Juans and Aydens out there:
(If you want to see all the names compiled by the state, links to the lists for boys and girls can be found here.)