SOURCE - A Quartz analysis of US baby-name data that goes back to 1880 finds that no name in history has become so popular and then flamed out quite like Heather.
At its peak in 1975, more than 24,000 girls were named Heather, making it the US’s third most popular girls name, after Jennifer and Amy. In 2017, it was the 1,129th most popular name, given to only 219 girls born that year.
Jennifer and Amy also have fallen in popularity, but not nearly as sharply as Heather.
When I think about it I really don't know anyone named Heather. Besides this one girl I went to school with. Pretty dope body. I'd say shes at least a 8.5, honestly if she wants to keep the name going I would help her, ya kno?
Names are really interesting. One time I met a kid names Shithead. No, dead ass, this kids name was Shithead. It was pronounced Shi-Thea-Ed but we all know what it's spelled like. Now that's a name that should be on the incline as far as popularity goes. Collin should be on the rise for Males, along with Kanye. I'm assuming Donald isn't the hottest name on the streets as well. Or Papa Johns.