"Private Practice" babying naming scene

http://tvline.com/2013/01/14/private-practice-final-season-spoilers-charcoop-baby-names-violet-romance/

Thought y'all might enjoy this clip from the tv show Private Practice.  You will recognize some of the concerns raised and get, I think, a bit of a chuckle.  Unfortunately although I freeze-framed and enlarged the name suggestion board, I could only read a handful of the names.  Perhaps someone with sharper eyes could transcribe (some, most, all) the names, so we can see what the author of the preview thinks are ghastly.

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1
January 15, 2013 11:27 AM

I have no idea what he/she thinks is so ghastly; the list reads like a Top 30 of currently-popular names, mostly:

Cleo
June
Chloe
Rory
Eve
Juliette
Hallie
Grace
Charlotte, Jr.
Raquel
Isabel
Phoebe
Olive
Hannah

Annie
Sissy
Katharine
Shoshanna
Mathilda
Caroline
Lila
Clara
Kathleen
Carin
Emma
Theresa
Autumn
Summer

Edit: I put the crossed-out names in italics, and made a few corrections (or updated guesses).

2
By EVie
January 15, 2013 6:00 PM

I think that "Sing" might have been Sissy, and Clara might have been Clare (can't tell whether that's an a or an e). 

Crossed out were Chloe, Rory, Isabel, Phoebe, Shoshanna, Lila, Caroline and Clara/Clare. 

3
January 15, 2013 6:32 PM

Thanks to you and EVie, sharp-eyed ones.  As current naming practices go, nothing there seems remotely ghastly or even mildly unusual.  I don't know what the author's problem was.

4
January 16, 2013 9:43 PM

I am not sure why the author thought the names were ghastly either, but I did laugh when Violet asked that Autumn and Summer be removed, "We are better than that." Amelia's response, "It is hard to keep them off the pole with names like those."

Elle

5
January 25, 2013 9:15 PM

I have finally caught up on my PP episodes and it was fun to read this thread and see the list in greater detail.

What did everyone think of the three names they ended up picking: Rachel, Caroline and Georgia?  I think they work really well, but are far less trendy than most PP names seem to be.