Olivia and Muhammad reported as the most popular names of 2019

Olivia and Muhammad reported as the most popular names of 2019

- BabyCentre has released the top 100 most popular names for the year 2019

- According to the media company, Olivia and Muhammad are two of the most popular baby names

- The names were collated from the list of thousands of parents who registered their babies' names on the website

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The BabyCentre, an online media company based in San Francisco that provides information on conception, pregnancy, birth, and early childhood development for parents and expecting parents, has released its annual top 100 baby names.

According to BabyCentre, Olivia and Muhammad topped the list for most popular baby names. specifically, Olivia, Sophia and Ava topped the list for favourite baby girl names, while, Muhammad, Noah and Leo top the list for boys names.

Daily Mail reports that the list is collated after thousands of parents register their babies names on the website and for the year 2019, the above-mentioned names topped the list.

It was also reported that climate change and footballers have played a role in influencing parents in picking some of the names that appeared in the top 100 names.

Meanwhile, a mum-to-be identified as Shantel Carrillo shared what is believed to be a miracle on social media.

The 30-year-old lady who is due to give birth in April 2020 had an ultrasound scan to get a picture of her child in her womb and was left stunned after 'spotting' her late dad in the photo.

Carillo had shared the image on social media when people dragged her attention to the possibility of an angel kissing her child in her womb.

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Upon close inspection, the mum-to-be concluded that it was her late dad, Chuck, who was kissing her baby.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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