The most popular names of 2013 have been revealed, and despite some trendy new entries, it doesn't look like traditional choices are going anywhere.
With the exception of Madison, which has been replaced by Emily, all of the 10 highest ranking girls' names are the same as they were in 2012.
There were no newcomers on the top 10 boys' list at all.
Sophia continues a four-year reign as the number one girls' name, while Aiden has been kicked down to number two behind Jackson among boys.
Although they may not be in the top ten, other naming patterns emerged in the past 11 months that prove not everyone wants the common one.
Follow the jump for the 100 most popular baby names of 2013 for both boys and girls ... can you guess what they are? And would you use them?