I love looking at the name lists. Ours too are split into traditional names and names from more recent times. Emily, Grace and Alice are really popular here, Alice being both my Grandmothers Christian names and seeming so old fashioned when I was growing up, some names like Elizabeth and Emma always seen to have been in the list somewhere. Traditional boys names have come back to Thomas, James and Oliver are really popular. When I was growing up all there seemed to be lots of Davids, Andrews and Martins, there's not one in Joe's school. I found it easier to name a girl, thee seemed to be more choice and we agreed on more names, with a boy it was harder, we only agreed on Joseph, my main objection being that for everything Chris suggested one of my friends already had a boy of that name, silly really but seemed important at the time.
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