2017 Trending: 10 Fab Gender Neutral Baby Names

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Expecting a newborn in 2017? If you are like many fab moms and pops struggling to find that buzz-worthy baby name that will stand out – join the club! From Dakota to Harper, gender neutral and surnames are the new go-to! Sure classic names still exist, but there is something trendy about couples giving a baby a name that stands by itself and is not too common. Take a peek at our favorite names from A-J for 2017! We will add the next set in our follow up post! Let us know which baby name is simply your favorite!

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AINSLEY

There is something classic about the unisex name Ainsley. More common amongst males, for 2017 we see this name trending at an all time high!

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BROOKLYN

Jay-Z and Fabolous hail from Brooklyn, New York – so we know there are folks with wealth and power hailing from the location. Brooklyn sounds firm for a male and rather chic for a girl. This is our favorite unisex name so far!

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CASSIDY

The beauty in the name Cassidy. We know of a male rapper named Cassidy! We think this name is actually quite fab for a girl.

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DAKOTA

Dakota is giving us all types of outdoor in the wilderness vibes. We can definitely see males with this name – but attributed to a girl – we see all types of tomboy-ness! Do you agree?

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EDEN

Yes, when you hear the name Eden – it may make you think of the biblical space. Actually, you may even think of boys initially. Honestly, the more we think about it – Eden actually sounds very classic and mild-mannered when attributed to a male. Would you rock with it?

FRANKIE

We just love the name Frankie – which can also be spelled like Franki or Franky! Again, this name really has a boy feel – but how cool is it to name your daughter that?

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GEORGE

Now this is different, yet oh so common – especially in Europe. George, by far is common for boys (think Prince William and Kate Middleton’s firstborn son) -however, the name is starting to become associated with girls! To make it a bit more playful try the name, Georgie!

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HARPER

A fun thing to note: the name Harper, which can be used for both girls and boys picked up a lot of traction after the notable book To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee came out!

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IMANI

Imani is very popular and trendy name. More common in the Muslim space – Imani is still popular in the United States. In many cases, Imani is the short version of Immanuel, which is also a really cool name as well!

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JESSE

Jesse is a super popular name that was historically attributed to girls (think Diddy’s twin daughter – Jesse James) – however, the name has been picking up steam with boys!

 

 

 

 

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