SAN DIEGO (CNC) - The County Health and Human Services Agency records all births in the region. Last year, a total of 43,942 babies were born in San Diego County: 22,488 boys and 21,454 girls.
Here are the top baby names local parents chose in 2017.
#7) Girl: Victoria (156), Boy: Daniel (162)
#6) Girl: Sofia (171), Boy: Logan (173)
#5) Girl: Olivia (209), Boy: Benjamin (180)
#4) Girl: Sophia (210), Boy: Alexander (189)
#3) Girl: Isabella (225), Boy: Mateo, Noah, Sebastian (194)
#2) Girl: Mia (251), Boy: Oliver (195)
#1) Girl: Emma (282), Boy: Liam (222)
Check out which ones topped the list in 2016.
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