The Social Security Administration has released the name counts for 2008. Blaise was born in 2009, but unless her name takes a precipitous leap in popularity, I think she's safe from being Blaise B. for all of elementary school. It didn't make the top 1000 names for either sex. As one of 4 Erins in my kindergarten, I was hoping to avoid a really common name for our child. Still, I'm not sure what to think when a year produces 327 Shyanns and fewer than 200 Blaises.
Of course, when I was about 4, I decided that I wanted to change my name to Jennifer, which was even more popular the year I was born than Erin was. So I'm anticipating a future conversation with Blaise in which she announces that she is changing her name to Emma.