8 Popular Baby Names From the 1960s That Need to Make a Comeback


How cute does the nickname Tommy sound for a modern-day babe? Classic boy name Thomas topped the baby name charts, hanging on to a top 20 status.


Sandra has plummeted in popularity since its heyday in the early 1960s, when it was a top ten choice for baby girls—thanks then in part to actress Sandra Dee. 


So you probably have an Uncle Jeff, but this classic boy name, which was hugely popular from the 50s through the 70s, would be so cute on a baby


We can absolutely see Julie fitting in with all the Avas and Emmas in preschool. The French name literally means “youthful”  and has such a nice ring to it. 


George is one of those timeless baby names never went out of style. It was hugely popular throughout the first half of the 20th century.


There’s a lot to love about Cynthia, which was a top ten fave of parents from the mid-50s through the mid-60s. The unique monike.


Paul McCartney! Paul is an ancient name you know well but don’t hear all on that many little ones anymore. It used to be a 20th-century.


Names ending in -ly and -ley are having a major moment so why not consider the once-fashionable Kimberly, the number five most-popular.