Met a Lysander at work the other day. Chubbiest little ginger baby. Couldn't have been older than 6 months. I was SO happy to hear his name is Lysander and not Kaden/Jaden/Braidon etc.
Almost, box is 'æske' in Danish, but it's pronounced the same as Eske. I think Eske comes from Eskild or something like that :D My is lovely, such a sweet little name, it's become really popular here over the last couple of years. It makes me think of Little My/Lille My from the Moomins (or as we like to call it - Mumitroldene, which I think is much cuter than The Moomins). I actually have a friend called Maj-My.
Originally Posted by ottilie
My friend gave birth to a D@rcy Pet@l yesterday :/ I was quite surprised considering her last daughter's first name was in the top ten when she was born and her middle name was in the top twenty.
Also heard a sibset of big sister Esme and twin siblings Harry and Tally/Callie (not sure which) today.
At work a few weeks ago, I heard this woman shout for her daughter, Isla. First time I've heard it on a person.
I just came across a blogger with sons named Caspar and Otis. *swoon*
I met a Zauria and an Elspeth today.
I met the sweetest little boy named Ronan today. : )
Taking classes online this semester. Here are a few interesting or different ones from the roster of one of my classes, they arranged by gender - male, female, and unknown: (Unknown in that I cannot tell from the name. There are mostly females in this one, I'm guessing because it's medical terminology.)
Mavis (Very surprised by this one! She looks to be in her early 20s.)
Precious (I kid you not!)
I went to breakfast and the waitress was Morning. Also I saw a Costco employee named Rosalind. First time I saw the name Rosalind outside of NB.
Met a woman this morning named Roz. (pron. rhyming with Oz). I also met a boy named Milosh.