Are you having a baby in 2016? Apparently, here are the names you are going to want to consider.
According to Nameberry, an online baby name database, parents are moving away from Sophia and Jackson, which were popular in 2015, and moving towards unisex and traditional, biblical names.
Parents are also moving away from naming children after strange things such as Instagram filters and inanimate objects (although, some are still sticking to this trend).
Whether you’re expecting a baby boy or a baby girl, Logan, Charlie and Riley are proving to be the most popular unisex names.
Here are the top 10 boys and girls names for 2016: