Paying homage to pop culture is just one baby-naming pattern you can expect to see in 2022.
Alfredo Antonio Trujillo was one of the last babies born in 2021, and his twin sister Aylin was born 15 minutes later in 2022.
While names like Luna and Oliver rule these days—for both new babies and new pets—1922 looked a little different.
Your baby's diaper may be harboring a different kind of nasty surprise: lots of microplastics from clothing, toys, and formula bottles.
What's in a name? According to the experts at Nameberry, these themes will dominate baby-naming trends in 2022.