Well, parenting site Baby Centre has rounded up a list of what they think will be parents' favourite monikers over the coming year – and it looks like TV, travel and the '70s have been a huge influence.
While 2018 saw a rise in '80s names, expect to see some retro '70s monikers next year.
According to Baby Centre, last year saw a huge surge of registrations for the name Brian and Patricia.
In fact, Christine and Frank Lampard welcomed their daughter, Patricia Lampard in September.
This year, look out for:
Box sets and TV shows
Game of Thrones is expected to have a huge impact on baby names next year, while other adult shows including Bodyguard and Killing Eve are also thought to influence choices.
Names could include:
Cartoons and animations
Children's cartoons seem to have played a huge part in next year's predictions, with Peter Rabbit, Paw Patrol and Hey Duggee all set to influence parents.
And with the sequel set for release in November, names from the ever-popular Disney film Frozen are expected to top the charts, too.
In fact, Baby Centre think Olaf and Kristoff could become popular.
Here are the names we can expect to see: