It's a time for new responsibilities, new gadgets, and a whole new person entering your life. Gracing your little girl with a name is a big decision.
It’s fun to explore a wide variety of possibilities from trendy to biblical -- romantic to gender-bending.
Each year the Social Security Administration releases the list of top baby names registered with their agency from the previous year. They manage a database of top baby names dating back to 1880 and the popularity of each name over the years.
Top 10 names for baby girls during 2013:
Olivia,Latin,Olive tree/Emblem of peace
Isabella,Italian/Spanish,God is my oath/Sworn to God
Ava,Latin/Hebrew,Bird or Life
Emily,English/Latin,To strive or excel or rival
Elizabeth,Hebrew,God is my oath[/table]