About a week after releasing its list of the most popular baby names in the U.S.in 2016, the Social Security Administration on Thursday came out with its breakdown of last year's most popular names by state based on Social Security card registrations.
After finishing second on the list in 2015, Charlotte has moved to the top of the list for girls, with 90 receiving that name in 2016, 20 more than second-place Emma.
While Emma and Noah may not seem like young parents in Pennsylvania were bursting with creativity when it came to giving their newborns a lifelong identity past year, there were a few names that stood out.
Emma and Noah are again America's most popular baby names, for the third year in a row. In 1960 the top names in the country were David and Mary.
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For 2016, Kehlani and Kylo saw the biggest increases.
The national list also takes a look at the impact pop culture has on naming trends. In 2015, Kylo was number 3,269.
For the boys, Kylo soared 2,368 spots, coming in at number 901 in 2016.
Check out the top 10 names in Pennsylvania below in the chart from the Social Security Administration.