10 Traditional Baby Names That Are Making a Comeback!
Aubrey, once used primarily as a boy’s name, is now more commonly used for girls. It started being used for girls in the 70’s but it wasn’t until recently that this name has really caught on. In the last 5 years it’s moved up over 100 places in the SSA’s list of most popular names. Aubrey is one of many gender-swapping names gaining popularity. However, most of the popular unisex names like Riley, Quinn, or Avery are not traditional. It’s not just the gender-neutrality that makes this name appealing though; it seems that names starting with “Au” like Autumn and August are also growing in popularity.