I know quite a few natalie's but not one baby. i think Natalie was common when we were kids but I dont think it is going to stay common for our children's generation so I think it will be a safe choice x
So i looked at the United States Social Security popularity name thing, and its ranked #14...and its been in the top 20 for a LOOONGGG time...boo!!!!!
I love it but i wont do names that are THAT popular because i have a very popular name for my age and it bugged me that there were a million gazillon other Stephanies LOL ...i have noticed that European women havn't heard the name much, but seems like a lot of Americans have...this blows! ....i like it enough, i would keep it on the list, but usually i go against it.
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