Just wanted to say that alot of these Irish baby names are names that are not used in Ireland as first or second names ever (maybe this doesn't bother you if you are picking one but i thought that i should mention it). I just looked at the 'Irish baby names we love' on the bump and although they did better than the Irish baby names i usually see in books, two of them are just not Irish first names. Firstly Bradan is a name i have never some accross in Ireland in the last 30 years and it just doesn't exist there and Flannery is a surname that Irish people would never use as a first name. I've noticed alot of Irish names are actually surnames in Ireland and Irish/gaelic people would never use tham as first names so beware.
Also if you are going to pick girls names such as Siobhan and Saoirse be careful you are pronouncing them correctly. Also apart from Irish people, nobody is probably going to ever pronounce it properly. As somebosy who is Irish, I've often thought that maybe i should make a list of 'Irish baby names' as when i usually read these names in books etc, it just makes me laugh. If anyone is interested, let me know and I'll give it a go.