Choosing a baby name can be a mean feat, especially as there are never a lack of monikers to choose from, yet it seems there are a certain age bracket of mums who favour particular names.
The Office of National Statistics most recent data shows that, while the average age for first-time mums in England and Wales is 28.9, there were more than 18,000 babies born to women under the age of 25 in 2018.
And these young mums, under the age of 25, are opting for a beautiful array of names, from Leo and Oscar to Isabella and Willow, and more.
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The Office of National Statistics explains: “There are apparent age differences in name selection between older and younger mothers. More “traditional” names such as Alexander, Joshua, William, Thomas, Charlotte, Jessica and Sophie tend to be more popular among older mothers, especially those aged over 35 years.
“Whereas some of the more popular names chosen by mothers aged under 25 years are “non-traditional” names such as Hunter, Logan, Harper and Nevaeh.”
So, with this in mind, here’s a closer look at the most popular boy and girl baby names among younger mums…
Top 20 boys names
Top 20 girls names
Harper, which makes the cut for the girls, could well be influenced by David and Victoria Beckham, who chose the name for their daughter.
Also included in the girl’s list are the names Isla and Ava, which also sit on the list of most popular baby names of 2020 overall.
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For the boys, Noah is paving the way, a name which has been consistently popular over the last few years and was one of the most popular first names given to those born in Northern Ireland in 2018.
Archie is also high up for the boys – the name chosen by Meghan Markle and Prince Harry for their adorable son.
It’s evident that some of the most popular baby names for boys and girls in 2020, released by Nameberry.com, don’t feature so heavily on the lists of mums under the age for 25.
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