Do you have a little Sophia or Jackson in your family? We'll guess they'll never have trouble finding those little license-plate keychains, because their names are the most popular baby names of 2016, according to BabyCenter.
Sophia topped the baby-name list for girls, and Jackson for boys.
BabyCenter notes that its list, drawn from information supplied by nearly 400,000 parents, "combines names that sound the same but have multiple spellings (like Sophia and Sofia, or Jackson and Jaxon)." That's why their list is a little different than the official U.S. list which draws from Social Security Administration records and does not combine spellings (and will be released in May).
"Trending big-time are Peyton, Eliana, Mateo, and Ezra — all zooming up our list," the site notes. New blips on the top-100 radar include Melanie, Luna, Zane, and Kai: One of them may even become the next Aria, "a true star who made a flying leap into the top 10 this year."
For the girls' list, the top six names sound a little alike, as they all end in "A."
Riley, Aria and Charlotte, as in the British princess, muscled their way up the list, dropping Lily, Emily and Madison further down. Here's the girls' name list:
For the boys' list, Logan and Jacob fell out of the top 10, and Oliver and Elijah moved in. This year's top 10 is: