What’s the latest trend in baby names? If fashion trends are any guide, the 70s are set to be big this season. Check out some of these baby names from our childhoods that are ready to make their way back to the top of the baby naming tree. No Charlotte or Oliver in sight.
If you’re tired of the traditional baby names of the 00s, then why not blast back to the past – your own childhood. We’ve rounded up some of the most popular baby names for those born in Australia in the 70s, with some 80s and 90s names thrown in too.
Names from the 70s
Are you a product of the era of disco, dancing queen and drive-ins? Then you probably will remember a few of these names from the school ground. Bo-ho chic is back in style this spring and here are some names to go with the latest trend for 2016.
Names from the 80s
Born in the 80s? In addition to Madonna, Michael Jackson and George Michael, you will most likely be familiar with some of these 80s baby name gems. My name makes the list. What about yours?
Names from the 90s
If you’re a product of the 90s, then you probably grew up with a few of these names making their way around the local skate park. Many have remained in the top 100 position for the past 25 years and some have faded and then returned to the charts.
Did your name or your partner’s make the list? What about your children’s? Where did you get your children’s namespiration from?
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