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It is amazing how fast trends go these days. I used to think of the group of girls' names like Hayley, McKenzie, Dakota, Ashley, Brianna, Samantha, Hannah, as baby names. Now they are teenager names, they are everywhere in junior high and high school, less so in birth announcements. Boys names in that generation would be Tyler, Dylan, Carter, Tanner, Hunter, Luke, Max, Jake. These former favorite baby names are now the sound of a youth generation!
That would be interesting if Ms. Aniston were to name her son something normal like Nicholas or William, and not something celebrity-typical!
I also like the name Lena, pronounced LEE-na. The only problem I see with it is that if you were to go anywhere near the Midwest, especially MN, you would hear about the ubiquitous "Ole and Lena" jokes, but that's not really a bad thing, just Scandinavian people making fun of themselves LOL...
About Michelle being used on babies in the next few years, I am not sure that would be likely because there are so many women in prime childbearing age named Michelle right now. The name would remind them less of Mrs. Obama and more like an old school nemesis or a husband's ex.
There are very few names that come to my mind when it comes to "contemporary classic" names. Jacqueline, Diana, possibly Allison/Alison? That name has been in the Top 100 for decades now. Emily? It still is at the very top and there are many adult Emilys out there, (while Olivia/Sophia is mostly the under-10 set.) Lauren? Christina? I am trying to think of classic names with frequent usage now besides Elizabeth, Anna, and Catherine!