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Yes, I think it is getting noticed by the 30-something-upper-middle-class-baby-making demographic. And I say that without any dispargement, since it was on my list. :)
My son's name, Evan, is trending down at this point - from 35 in 2009 to 40 in 2011. Obviously I knew it was popular when I chose it, but I would prefer if it stay out of the top 20.
My daughter's name, Miranda, is continuing to plummet. 199 in 2011 - almost out of the top 200.
So, I apparently pick names that are on the way out. :)
While we wanted to avoid the Aidan-rhymes, we ended up choosing between the names Ian, Ethan and Evan for my son (born in 2010). Evan won out, but we sure were on trend for the "n" ending.