First of all, congrats on your new baby boy! Being a mom is a huge responsibility. Among many important things to accomplish as a new mom, you need to think of the most unique name for your little boy. You probably already read about the most popular baby girl names and now, as I promised, we’ll discuss the most popular boy names.
John, Michael, Justin, Andrew, Josh, Christopher, Ryan, etc. are all timeless and wonderful names, but are they truly unique? I don’t think so. It’s so annoying when your son comes back home from school and says that a teacher again confused him, Josh, with another Josh. Or, when you are in the workplace and there are three Andrew(s). There’s nothing wrong with that, but still your boss may have trouble remembering exactly you, not that Andrew next to you in the office.
Nowadays, everyone strives to stand out from the crowd so I think this desire will be stronger in 15-20 years when your son will be almost grown-up. When naming your boy today, consider his future too. Choose the name that he will be proud of and thankful for in his 20s. The Nameberry’s list of the most popular boy names will hopefully help you make a decision.
This year, 2-3 letter boy names have been steadily gaining in popularity. For example, Asa, Pax, Cy, and Zed are relatively unusual boy names. Some of the most popular names end in “on” like Kingston, Cameron, Colton, Paxton, Jameson, Hudson, Greyson, Leon and Easton, in “an” like Evan, Logan, and Harlan, as well as in “en” like Owen, Brecken, Kellen, Callen, Cohen, Warren, and Reuben. Actually, there are a lot of incredible baby boy names and here are 50 most popular ones in 2015:
Baby boy names
When it comes to naming babies, it’s critical that parents don’t overdo with it. Unique names are rare and beautiful, but unfortunately not everyone understands it. Many people make fun of those who have unusual names. Keep this fact in mind when naming your child. Choose his name carefully so that no one could ever laugh at your child’s name. Avoid names that people hate like Jayden. Avoid famous names like Einstein or Harvard – it’s hard for a boy to live with a famous name.
How to pick a name for your boy
When naming your boy, consider his initials too so that he won’t have WAR, JAR, RIP or GOD. Moreover, try to play the rhyme game so that no one could do it in the future – Brody is grody isn’t that fun. Mercedes, Lucifer and Washington are unique and unusual names, but they are not incredible. In short, consider the smallest details because your boy’s name will play a crucial role in his life.
Read also – 50 Most Popular Baby Girl Names 2015
This list isn’t perfect, of course, but it does contain some awesome names to choose from. If you check out other lists, you can find many other names for your son. I bet, you already know how to name your boy, you simply want to make sure that the name you chose is the best one. Besides, would you like to share your son’s name? Maybe you have your own list to share with other moms-to-be?