The results are in. More than 14,000 babies were born last year across our health system, and more of them became Henry or Olivia than any other name.
For girls, the top five were:
For boys, the top five were:
Don’t be surprised if you meet a lot of little Minnesotans with these names, as most were also state favorites, according to the Minnesota Department of Health. Our list reflects national trends, too, with Olivia, Charlotte, Evelyn, and Amelia, as well as William and Oliver represented on the Top 10 U.S. Baby Names list on Nameberry.com.
Is having a baby in your 2020 plans? Schedule a tour of The Birthplace today. During your tour, our care team can answer any questions you have about our pregnancy and birth services. We’re here to support you from your very first appointment to the day you bring your baby home.