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“She wanted to just have a break and be kind of incognito, keep the kids off camera,” Vicki adds. I don't want to hear any negativity,' and that happens.“The unfortunate part about putting your kids on camera and yourself is, the trolls come out, and the negative people come out, and the people that have their 'opinion,' and she's like, 'I don't want to hear it anymore. You know, people were trolling bad about Ryan or bad about her.When was the last time you met a young person who shared your name? Then there is a distinct possibility your name has fallen from fashion, or that it may be on its way down the charts.
Other once-common names such as Peter, Paul and Padraig no longer make the top 100. Well the news isn’t great for Megan and Rebecca, names which used to feature in the top 20 but now fall outside the top 60.Take for example a few names which were hugely popular in 1963: Mary, Ann (or Anne), Margaret and Catherine.Mary was by far the most popular name for newborn girls that year, accounting for a whopping one in eight female newborns while one in every 20 was a Margaret and one in 22 was a Catherine.On the other end of the scale, Emily may have topped the ranks among girls for the past three years for which figures are available but it is the meteoric rise of Amelia which comes in for special attention in our analysis.Just 53 girls were given the name back in 2004 rising to 429 Amelias born two years ago, making it the fifth most popular girls’ name in 2013.