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30+ last-minute Valentine's Day gifts on Amazon for mama, kids + other loves 💌

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Valentine's Day doesn't have to just be for your partner—in fact, you probably have multiple loves in your life. From sweet kiddos to your best gal pal to yourself (because self-care matters!), we rounded up the best last-minute gifts you can get from Amazon (that are *way* better than chocolate or flowers).

Here are our favorites:

For kids

1. Bapronbaby

To protect those inevitable spills and messes—in style.

Buy on Amazon, $22.95

2. Llama Llama I Love You

Help to explain what love really means with this adorable book.

Buy on Amazon, $4.33

3.Elegant Baby Knitted Lambie

Perfect to love on and snuggle with.

Buy on Amazon, $28.93

4. aden + anais Swaddle Set

For swaddling your littlest loves. They also make beautiful Instagram backdrops!

Buy on Amazon, $34.95

5. Lorena Canals Wall Décor

Decorate your child's nursery.

Buy on Amazon, $51.63

6. 15 Pc Kids Cooking + Baking Set

Love cooking? Share your passion with your child, too.

Buy on Amazon, $13.99

7. CamelBak eddy Kids Water Bottle

Just as cute as it is practical. Bye bye, spills.

Buy on Amazon, $13.00

8. Younger Tree Valentine's Day Outfit

The two hats make this ideal for either your little boy or girl.

Buy on Amazon, $8.99

9. Part of My Heart

Try to hold back the tears while reading this one.

Buy on Amazon, $11.13

10. Mali Wear Wooden Teether

Teething is rough, but these beautiful teethers make it a little easier.

Buy on Amazon, $19.88

11. Kids Heart Sunglasses

Who can resist a baby in sunnies?

Buy on Amazon, $10.96

12. Petit Collage Magnetic Dress Up Set

Love comes in all forms, including friendships.

Buy on Amazon, $24.00

For mama

13. Le Creuset Cast Iron Heart Shaped Dutch Oven

For the mama who loves to bake and cook.

Buy on Amazon, $199.95

14. Cora Maternity Gift Box Set

Complete with nipple cream and pads that don't feel like diapers.

Buy on Amazon, $49.99

15. Moby Wrap in Bloom

A stunning way to carry baby around.

Buy on Amazon, $53.90

16. Pajama Set

Warning: You'll wear these just about every day of the week.


Buy on Amazon, $26.99

17. 3-Minute Morning Journal

For busy + overwhelmed mamas, take a few minutes to reflect on what's important.

Buy on Amazon, $12.88

18. Heart Sunglasses

Match your littlest love.

Buy on Amazon, $9.91

19. Sunday Riley C.E.O. Moisturizer

We're obsessed with this hydrating cream (and love the anti-aging properties).

Buy on Amazon, $65.00

20. Mama T-Shirt

Wear your favorite title with pride.

Buy on Amazon, $17.99

21. Silk Sleep Eye Mask

We can't promise this will get your more sleep, but it will make those few dozes even better.

Buy on Amazon, $12.49

22. Drunk Elephant Littles Kit

Your skin deserves some love, too.

Buy on Amazon, $90.00

For others (partners, friends, family)

23. Comfitude Velvet Weighted Blanket

We love this for cozy nights and it's been found to help with anxiety.

Buy on Amazon, $169.99

24. Homesick Scented Candle

If your loved one moved away, pick their favorite state.

Buy on Amazon, $29.95

25. Starbucks Gift Card (Email Delivery)

Love language=all of the coffee. ☕️

Buy on Amazon, $10 and up

26. YETI Rambler

Keep your beverages warm all day long.

Buy on Amazon, $24.99

27. Happiness Is... 500 Ways to Show I Love You

Marriage changes after parenthood, but remember even the smallest ways to say "I love you."

Buy on Amazon, $11.66

28. Alex and Ani Grandmother Bracelet

Perfect for reminding Grandma how much she's loved.

Buy on Amazon, $14.03

29. Herbivore Botanicals Dead Sea Bath Salt in Calm

For the bath lover, these salts are a dream. 😴

Buy on Amazon, $18.00

30. Bevel Shave System

Upgrade his shaving routine and your bathroom counter.

Buy on Amazon, $89.95

31. Mindful Relationship Habits: 25 Practices for Couples to Enhance Intimacy, Nurture Closeness, and Grow a Deeper Connection

Tactical tools to bring you even closer.

Buy on Amazon, $10.11

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If there's one thing you learn as a new mama, it's that routine is your friend. Routine keeps your world spinning, even when you're trucking along on less than four hours of sleep. Routine fends off tantrums by making sure bellies are always full and errands aren't run when everyone's patience is wearing thin. And routine means naps are taken when they're supposed to, helping everyone get through the day with needed breaks.

The only problem? Life doesn't always go perfectly with the routine. When my daughter was born, I realized quickly that, while her naps were the key to a successful (and nearly tear-free!) day, living my life according to her nap schedule wasn't always possible. There were groceries to fetch, dry cleaning to pick up, and―if I wanted to maintain any kind of social life―lunch dates with friends to enjoy.

Which is why the Ergobaby Metro Compact City Stroller was such a life-saver. While I loved that it was just 14 pounds (perfect for hoisting up the stairs to the subway or in the park) and folds down small enough to fit in an airplane overhead compartment (you know, when I'm brave enough to travel again!), the real genius of this pint-sized powerhouse is that it doesn't skimp on comfort.

Nearly every surface your baby touches is padded with plush cushions to provide side and lumbar support to everything from their sweet head to their tiny tush―it has 40% more padding than other compact strollers. When nap time rolls around, I could simply switch the seat to its reclined position with an adjustable leg rest to create an instant cozy nest for my little one.

There's even a large UV 50 sun canopy to throw a little shade on those sleepy eyes. And my baby wasn't the only one benefiting from the comfortable design― the Metro is the only stroller certified "back healthy" by the AGR of Germany, meaning mamas get a much-needed break too.

I also appreciate how the Metro fits comfortably into my life. The sleek profile fits through narrow store aisles as easily as it slides up to a table when I'm able to meet a pal for brunch. Plus, the spring suspension means the tires absorb any bumps along our way―helping baby stay asleep no matter where life takes us. When it's time to take my daughter out, it folds easily with one hand and has an ergonomic carry handle to travel anywhere we want to go.

Life will probably never be as predictable as I'd like, but at least with our Metro stroller, I know my child will be cradled with care no matter what crosses our path.

This article is sponsored by Ergobaby. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Motherly and mamas.


Having a baby changes a lot—your relationships, your life and your body. In the earliest days when you're dealing with sleep deprivation and finding your feet as a new parent, having sex with your partner is likely pretty far down your list of concerns.

That's why we are concerned that the results of our 2019 State of Motherhood survey revealed that nearly a third of Millennial moms (31%) say they had sex with their partner before they felt ready to do so.

When it comes to postpartum sex, no specific waiting period is right for everyone, but many doctors and midwives recommend waiting four to six weeks after a birth, or until the mother feels comfortable resuming sexual activity. The Mayo Clinic says that when it comes to postpartum sex, you should "set your own timeline". Some moms want to have sex at six weeks postpartum, but many don't just yet.

Our survey found that 53% of moms start feeling interested in sex again by the six week mark, and 11% of moms find they're interested in getting intimate before they are six weeks postpartum. Mothers under 30 are more likely to report being ready for sex by six weeks—with 67% reporting they were—while 54% of moms between 30 and 34 felt ready by six weeks, and 44% of moms over 35 did.


But for a large number of mothers, nearly 40%, it takes a lot longer than six weeks—between six months and a year—to want to have sex again and there is nothing wrong with that. Whether you wait six weeks or six months, what's important is that you feel ready.

"Resuming your sex life, on your terms, after giving birth can be empowering, and let's be honest, fun! If a woman feels ready both mentally and physically to have sex, she should listen to her body and all that she knows about it, and go for it," says Diana Spalding, midwife and Motherly's Digital Education Editor.

After reviewing the findings of our survey (which saw 6,457 respondents answer questions online between March 28 and April 11, 2019, and was weighted to align with US Census demographic data), Spalding is concerned about why so many millennial moms are having sex before they want to.

"Having sex after birth before she is ready is troublesome. First, if she has sustained any pelvic floor dysfunction or vaginal, anal, or vulvar injuries from pregnancy and birth, she needs proper medical attention before engaging in sex, which could further injure her," she explains, adding that a lack of education around and attention to birth injuries is an unacceptable shortcoming of our healthcare system.

Spalding wants women to talk to their medical providers about any postpartum healing concerns they may have, and for our partners and society to put less pressure on new mothers to resume sexual activity.

"The emotional ramifications of having sex without feeling ready are significant. Feeling pressured into sex is simply not okay. Healthy and fulfilling postpartum sex is a wonderful thing, but we have to do a better job of conveying to women that they matter."

Yes, mama. You matter. Your comfort matters. Your pleasure matters. Your postpartum recovery matters and your partner and medical providers should understand that.

Research published in the journal Obstetrics & Gynecology suggests about 17–36% of mothers report experiencing painful sex at six months postpartum and that only about 15% of new moms bring this concern up with their doctor.

Here's the truth: When women are ready for postpartum sex, it can be really fun, but being ready is the key. If sex hurts it is a sign that something is wrong. If a medical provider tells you that this is just normal or the way sex is after a baby, that's unacceptable and you should seek a second opinion.

And if sex isn't painful, but just not something you want to do right now, that's just fine. Resuming sexual intimacy after a baby can be wonderful (if you have the energy for it). If you would rather just cuddle or go to sleep tonight, that's okay, too, mama.

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It's been more than a year since Khloé Kardashian welcomed her daughter True Thompson into the world, and like a lot of new moms, Khloé didn't just learn how to to be a mom this year, she also learned how to co-parent with someone who is no longer her partner. According to the Pew Research Center, co-parenting and the likelihood that a child will spend part of their childhood living with just one parent is on the rise.

There was a ton of media attention on Khloé's relationship with True's father Tristan Thompson in her early days of motherhood, and in a new interview on the podcast "Divorce Sucks!," Khloé explained that co-parenting with someone you have a complicated relationship with isn't always easy, but when she looks at True she knows it's worth it.

"For me, Tristan and I broke up not too long ago so it's really raw," Khloé tells divorce attorney Laura Wasser on the podcast. She explains that even though it does "suck" at times, she's committed to having a good relationship with her ex because she doesn't want True to pick up on any negative energy, even at her young age.

That's why she invited Tristan to True's recent first birthday bash, even though she knew True wouldn't remember that party. "I know she's going to want to look back at all of her childhood memories like we all do," Khloé explained. "I know her dad is a great person, and I know how much he loves her and cares about her, so I want him to be there."


We totally get why being around Tristan is hard for Khloé, but it sounds like she's approaching co-parenting with a positive attitude that will benefit True in the long run. Studies have found that shared parenting is good for kids and that former couples who have "ongoing personal and emotional involvement with their former spouse" are more likely to rate their co-parenting relationship positively.

Khloé says her relationship with Tristan right now is "civilized," and hopefully it can get even better with time. As Suzanne Hayes noted in her six guiding principles for a co-parenting relationship, there's no magic bullet for moving past the painful feelings that come when a relationship ends and into a healthy co-parenting relationship, but treating your ex with respect and (non-romantic) love is a good place to start. Hayes describes it as "human-to-human, parent-to-parent, we-share-amazing-children-and-always-will love."

It's a great place to start, and it sounds like Khloé has already figured that out.

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Mornings can be so rough making sure everyone has what they need for the day and managing to get out the door on time. A recent survey by Indeed found that 60% of new moms say managing a morning routine is a significant challenge, and another new survey reveals just why that is.

The survey, by snack brand Nutri-Grain, suggests that all the various tasks and child herding parents take on when getting the family out the door in the morning adds up to basically an extra workday every week!

Many parents will tell you that it can take a couple of hours to get out of the house each morning person, and as the survey found, most of us need to remind the kids "at least twice in the morning to get dressed, brush their teeth, or put on their shoes."

According to Nutri-Grain, by the end of the school year, the average parent will have asked their children to hurry up almost 540 times across the weekday mornings.

We totally get it. It's hard to wait on little ones when we have a very grown-up schedule to get on with, but maybe the world needs to realize that kids just aren't made to be fast.


As Rachel Macy Stafford, the author of Hands Free Mama, Hands Free Life, writes, having a child who wants to enjoy and marvel at the world while mama is trying to rush through it is hard.

"Whenever my child caused me to deviate from my master schedule, I thought to myself, 'We don't have time for this.' Consequently, the two words I most commonly spoke to my little lover of life were: 'Hurry up.'" she explains.

We're always telling our kids to hurry up, but maybe, maybe, we should be telling ourselves—and society—to slow down.

That's what Stafford did. She took "hurry up" out of her vocabulary and in doing so made that extra workday worth of time into quality time with her daughter, instead of crunch time. She worked on her patience, and let her daughter marvel at the world or slow down when she had to.

"To help us both, I began giving her a little more time to prepare if we had to go somewhere. And sometimes, even then, we were still late. Those were the times I assured myself that I will be late only for a few years, if that, while she is young."

It's great advice, but unless we mamas can get the wider world on board, it's hard to put into practice. When the school bus comes at 7:30 am and you've gotta be at the office at 8 am, when the emails start coming before you're out of bed or your pay gets docked if you punch in five minutes late, it is hard to slow down.

So to those who are making the schedules the rest of us have to live by, to the employers and the school boards and the wider culture, we ask: Can we slow down?

Indeed's survey suggests that the majority of moms would benefit from a more flexible start time at work and the CDC suggests that starting school later would help students.

Mornings are tough for parents, but they don't have to be as hard as they are.

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If you looked at the recently released list of top baby names from the Social Security Administration and thought, Those aren't popular around here, you're probably right.

While Emma and Liam are the top baby names for the entire country, when we break it down by state, the lists change.

For example, the third most common boys' name in California—Sebastian—is ranked 18 nationally, and Lucy gets the spot 51 overall, but is the fifth most common girls' name in Utah.

Skylar is in the top 5 in Mississippi but way down in the fifties nationally, and Easton is super popular in North Dakota, but is ranked 66th across the country,

Is your name pick in the top five for your state? Check out this list Motherly pulled from SSA data.

Here are the top five baby names for every state in America:


William, James, John, Elijah, Noah

Ava, Olivia, Harper Emma, Amelia


Oliver, Logan, Liam, Benjamin, Michael

Aurora, Amelia, Charlotte, Olivia, Sophia


Liam, Noah, Sebastian, Benjamin, Oliver

Emma Olivia, Mia, Isabella, Sophia


Noah, Elijah, William, Liam, Oliver

Ava, Olivia, Emma, Amelia, Harper


Noah, Liam, Sebastian, Mateo, Ethan

Emma, Mia, Olivia, Isabella, Sophia


Liam, Oliver, William, Noah, Benjamin

Olivia, Emma, Charlotte, Evelyn, Isabella


Noah, Liam, Benjamin, Logan, Lucas


Olivia, Emma, Isabella, Charlotte, Ava


Liam, Noah, Mason, Logan, James

Ava, Isabella, Charlotte, Olivia, Sophia

District of Columbia

William, James, Henry, Alexander, Benjamin

Ava, Olivia, Elizabeth. Emma, Charlotte


Liam, Noah, Lucas, Elijah, Logan

Isabella, Emma, Olivia, Sophia, Mia


William, Noah, Liam, Elijah, James

Ava, Olivia, Emma, Amelia, Isabella


Liam, Noah, Elijah, Logan, Ethan

Emma, Isabella, Aria, Mila, Olivia


Liam, Oliver, Henry, William, James

Olivia, Emma, Evelyn, Harper, Charlotte


Noah, Liam, Oliver, Benjamin, Alexander

Olivia, Emma, Ava, Isabella, Sophia


Oliver, Liam, Noah, Elijah, William

Emma, Olivia, Amelia, Charlotte Ava


Oliver, Liam, Henry, William, Owen

Harper, Evelyn, Emma, Charlotte, Olivia


Liam, Oliver, Henry, William, Mason

Olivia, Emma, Charlotte, Evelyn, Ava


William, Liam, Elijah, Noah, Grayson

Emma, Olivia, Ava, Harper, Amelia


Noah, Liam, Elijah, James, William

Ava, Olivia, Emma, Amelia, Harper


Oliver, Liam, Owen, Wyatt, Henry

Charlotte, Amelia, Emma, Harper, Olivia


Liam, Noah, William, Dylan, Ethan

Ava, Olivia, Charlotte, Emma, Sophia


Benjamin, Liam, James, Lucas, Wiliam

Emma, Olivia, Charlotte, Sophia, Isabella


Noah, Oliver, Liam, Benjamin, William

Olivia, Ava, Emma, Charlotte, Amelia


Henry, Oliver, William. Liam, Theodore

Evelyn, Olivia, Charlotte, Emma, Harper


John, William, Noah, Elijah, James

Ava, Olivia, Emma, Amelia, Skylar


Liam, Oliver, William, Henry, Noah

Olivia, Emma, Charlotte, Harper, Ava


Liam, William, Noah, Oliver, Henry

Harper, Olivia, Emma, Charlotte, Abigail


Liam, Henry, Oliver, William, Jack

Olivia, Emma, Evelyn, Charlotte, Harper


Liam, Noah, Sebastian, Elijah, Daniel

Emma, Isabella, Olivia, Sophia, Ava

New Hampshire

Oliver, Jackson, Mason, Liam, Henry

Olivia, Charlotte, Emma, Ava, Amelia

New Jersey

Liam, Noah, Jacob, Michael, Matthew

Emma, Isabella, Olivia, Mia, Ava

New Mexico

Noah, Liam, Elijah, Mateo, Logan

Isabella, Sophia, Mia, Emma, Olivia

New York

Liam, Noah, Jacob, Lucas, Ethan

Emma, Olivia, Isabella, Sophia, Mia

North Carolina

Noah, William, Liam, James, Elijah

Ava, Emma, Olivia, Charlotte, Harper

North Dakota

Oliver, Henry, Owen, Hudson, Easton

Olivia, Emma, Harper, Charlotte, Amelia


Liam, Noah, William, Oliver, Owen

Ava, Emma, Olivia, Amelia, Harper


Liam, Noah, William, Oliver, Elijah

Emma, Olivia, Ava, Isabella, Harper


Oliver, William, Benjamin, Henry, Liam

Emma, Olivia, Evelyn, Charlotte, Amelia


Liam, Noah, Benjamin, Mason, Michael

Emma, Olivia, Ava, Charlotte, Sophia

Rhode Island

Liam, Noah, Benjamin, Alexander, Oliver

Amelia, Olivia, Emma, Sophia, Mia

South Carolina

William, James, Noah, Elijah, Liam, Mason

Ava, Emma, Olivia, Charlotte, Harper

South Dakota

Grayson, Henry, Liam, Owen, Oliver

Harper, Emma, Olivia, Charlotte, Ava


William, James, Liam, Noah, Elijah

Emma, Ava, Olivia, Harper, Amelia


Liam, Noah, Sebastian, Mateo, Elijah

Emma, Isabella, Olivia, Mia, Sophia


Oliver, William, Liam, James, Henry

Olivia, Charlotte, Emma, Evelyn, Lucy


Oliver, Liam, Owen, Levi, Benjamin

Harper, Charlotte, Evelyn, Emma, Nora


William, Liam, Noah, James, Alexander

Ava, Olivia, Emma, Charlotte, Sophia


Liam, Oliver, William, Noah, Henry

Olivia, Emma, Evelyn, Amelia, Charlotte

West Virginia

Mason, Liam, Elijah, Grayson, Owen,

Emma, Olivia, Ava, Harper, Amelia


Oliver, Liam, Henry, William, Logan

Evelyn, Emma, Olivia, Harper, Charlotte


Oliver, Logan, Jackson, Lincoln, Wyatt

Amelia, Emma, Elizabeth, Harper, Olivia

[This post was originally published May 18, 2018. It has been updated.]

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    Olivia, Aurora, Isabella, Sophia

    James, Liam, Wyatt, William, Noah


    Emma, Isabella, Olivia, Mia, Sophia

    Liam, Noah, Sebastian, Alexander, Julian


    Emma, Olivia, Ava, Harper, Isabella

    Elijah, William, Noah, Liam, Mason


    Emma, Mia, Olivia, Sophia, Isabella

    Noah, Sebastian, Liam, Ethan, Matthew


    Emma, Olivia, Charlotte, Evelyn, Isabella

    Liam, Oliver, William, Noah, Benjamin


    Olivia, Emma, Ava, Mia, Sophia

    Noah, Liam, Logan, Jacob, Michael


    Olivia, Ava, Charlotte, Isabella, Emma

    Logan, Noah, Liam, Mason, Michael

    District of Columbia 

    Ava, Olivia, Eleanor, Genesis, Elizabeth

    James, Henry, William, Noah, Jacob


    Isabella, Emma, Olivia, Sophia, Ava

    Liam, Noah, Lucas, Elijah, Matthew


    Ava, Olivia, Emma, Isabella, Charlotte

    William, Noah, Mason, Elijah, James


    Emma, Olivia, Aria, Ava, Chloe

    Liam, Noah, Mason, Elijah, Logan


    Emma, Olivia, Charlotte, Evelyn, Harper

    Oliver, Liam, William, James, Mason


    Olivia, Emma, Ava, Sophia, Isabella

    Noah, Liam, Benjamin, Logan, Alexander


    Emma, Olivia, Amelia, Charlotte, Harper

    Oliver, Liam, Elijah, Noah, William


    Harper, Emma, Olivia, Charlotte, Evelyn

    Oliver, Liam, Henry, Lincoln, Wyatt


    Emma, Olivia, Ava, Harper, Evelyn

    Oliver, William, Liam, Jackson, Henry


    Emma, Ava, Olivia, Harper, Isabella

    William, Elijah, Noah, Liam, James


    Olivia, Ava, Emma, Amelia, Harper

    Liam, Noah, Mason, Elijah, William


    Charlotte, Olivia, Emma, Harper, Amelia

    Oliver, Lincoln, Liam, Owen, Wyatt


    Ava, Olivia, Emma, Sophia, Charlotte

    Liam, Noah, James, Logan, Jacob


    Emma, Olivia, Charlotte, Sophia, Isabella

    Benjamin, William, Liam, Lucas, Noah


    Emma, Ava, Olivia, Charlotte, Amelia

    Liam, Noah, Oliver, Lucas, Mason


    Olivia, Evelyn, Emma, Charlotte, Nora

    Oliver, William, Henry, Liam, Theodore


    Ava, Emma, Olivia, Paisley, Amelia

    William, John, James, Mason, Elijah


    Olivia, Ava, Emma, Amelia, Harper

    William, Liam, Oliver, Noah, Elijah


    Olivia, Emma, Harper, Ava, Charlotte

    James, William, Liam, Oliver, Wyatt


    Emma, Olivia, Amelia, Charlotte, Evelyn

    Oliver, Liam, William, Henry, Noah


    Emma, Mia, Isabella, Sophia, Olivia

    Liam, Noah, Elijah, Michael, Sebastian

    New Hampshire

    Charlotte, Evelyn, Emma, Olivia, Amelia

    Logan, Henry, Mason, Owen, Oliver

    New Jersey

    Emma, Olivia, Isabella, Mia, Sophia

    Liam, Noah, Matthew, Michael, Jacob

    New Mexico

    Mia, Sophia, Isabella, Olivia, Ava

    Noah, Santiago, Elijah, Liam, Daniel

    New York

    Olivia, Emma, Sophia, Mia, Ava

    Liam, Noah, Jacob, Lucas, Joseph

    North Carolina

    Ava, Emma, Olivia, Isabella, Charlotte

    William, Noah, Liam, James, Mason

    North Dakota 

    Emma, Harper, Olivia, Amelia, Ava

    Oliver, Henry, Liam, Noah, William


    Emma, Ava, Olivia, Harper, Charlotte

    Liam, Carter, Noah, William, Lucas


    Emma, Olivia, Harper, Ava, Isabella

    William, Liam, Noah, Elijah, James


    Emma, Olivia. Sophia, Charlotte, Evelyn

    Oliver, Liam, Henry, Benjamin, William


    Emma, Olivia, Ava, Charlotte, Sophia

    Liam, Noah, Logan, Benjamin, Mason

    Rhode Island

    Charlotte, Emma, Olivia, Sophia, Isabella

    Lucas, Liam, Noah, Julian, Mason

    South Carolina

    Ava, Emma, Olivia, Charlotte, Harper

    William, Noah, Mason, James, Liam

    South Dakota

    Emma, Olivia, Harper, Evelyn, Nora

    Oliver, Henry, Liam, Noah, William


    Ava, Olivia, Emma, Amelia, Harper

    William, Elijah, James, Noah, Mason


    Emma, Mia, Isabella, Sophia, Olivia

    Noah, Liam, Sebastian, Mateo, Elijah


    Olivia, Emma, Charlotte, Evelyn, Hazel

    Oliver, Liam, William, James, Benjamin


    Evelyn, Olivia, Charlotte, Emma, Harper

    Wyatt, William, Oliver, Liam, Noah


    Olivia, Ava, Emma, Charlotte, Isabella

    Liam, William, Noah, James, Benjamin


    Olivia, Emma, Evelyn, Ava, Isabella

    Liam, Oliver, Noah, William, Benjamin

    West Virginia

    Emma, Olivia, Harper, Paisley, Amelia

    Liam, Mason, Elijah, Grayson, Carter


    Emma, Olivia, Evelyn, Charlotte, Ava

    Henry, Oliver, Liam, William, Logan


    Emma, Harper, Ava, Avery, Charlotte

    Liam, Wyatt, Carter, James, Logan

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