If you've spent any time in elementary schools lately, chances are you know of at least one kid named Olivia. Actually, you probably know at least three Olivias. It's been one of the most popular girl's names for a few years running. Back when you were in elementary school, you probably had a few Laurens, Ashleys, and Jessicas in your class. (Or maybe you were one of those Laurens, forever known solely by your first name and last initial. The struggle was real.)
Every January, the Social Security Administration releases the most popular baby names of the past year. It's super cool to see which names last for decades and which ones fall out of popularity over the years.
However, one master of name analysis has taken things a step further and figured out what the trendiest name in U.S. history is. The answer might surprise you.