Data: Imogen, Asher lead baby names for 2013
Not everyone can pull off a name like North West so Nameberry made a list of of the top 10 most popular baby names of 2013 thus far.
Although this list is slightly more colorful than the most recent Social Security list of baby names, Nameberry believes they are ahead of the curve and better at predicting popular new trends. Imogen has yet to make the Social Security's top 1,000.
The top 10 girls names are: Imogen, Charlotte, Harper, Eleanor, Violet, Amelia, Seraphina, Isla, Penelope and Katniss, respectively.
The top 10 boys names are: Asher, Finn, Declan, Django, James, Oliver, Henry, Atticus, Owen and Milo, respectively.
Earlier in the year the Huffington Post created a graphic based on the Social Security's list of top baby names for each state. Girls in Arizona were most commonly named Sophia and boys were most popularly named Jacob.