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Thread: Babies Born Near Me -- June
July 2nd, 2012 01:48 PM #1
Babies Born Near Me -- June
There's more classics than usual, but I'm disappointed by the amount of boyish names on the girls. As always, I'll star my favorites and I'd love to hear your thoughts and opinions ^_^
Jaxon x2* -- I actually like this misspelling of Jackson and I know one and he's cool
Shyler* -- I actually think this is kind of cool
Hadynn -- i would have thought this was a girl
Bryant -- there's a city named Bryant about 20 mins away so this is weird
Courtney -- i'm actually pretty happy to see this on a boy
Hayden -- mom was Agatha
Michelle -- moms name was Modesta
Symone* -- I like Simone spelled right
Terin -- this sounds boyish to me
Avery -- prefer on boy
Bryanne -- Bryan...sigh
Morgan -- prefer on a boy
Ravyn -- moms name was Lychandra
Harper* -- i prefer on a boy
Cyniah -- this actually has an interesting sound
Zoey x2 * -- love it spelled correctly as Zoe
Kholoe -- KOH-low-ee?
Aubrey* -- prefer Audrey
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July 2nd, 2012 02:35 PM #3
I feel badly for Jaxson, Hadynn, Kaydan, Jaylynn, Brylin, Terin, Ravyn, Kaycen (how a teacher will keep them all straight when they begin school will be quite the challenge!). Kholoe and Birella are not pretty either. What on earth is Kage? Cage for wild animal at a zoo but it's certainly not appropriate for a child whatever way you spell it?
I don't mind...Aaron, Mason, Charlie, James and Lucas or Gabrielle, Alison, Lily and Emma.
Thanks for sharing, Dantea!All the best,
July 2nd, 2012 05:37 PM #5
Boys ones I like:
Andrew, Bryce, Mason, Asher, Landon (prefer London on a boy), Charlie, Evan, Tyler, Lucas, Jaxon/Jackson (kind of), James, Luke.
I know of a man named Courtney = Funfact.
Jaxon I actually like a bit, but I hate how it dated.
I feel awful for Hadynn. I don't understand the logic behind parents who do that to their child's name. I really don't. And as someone who doesn't like her own name, it's kind of enraging how selfish some parents get with naming, it's like the forget they're naming a human being, not a doll or a pet. This is a person who has to go through life with the name you gave them. I'm pretty sure most of then wouldn't take an adult male named Hadynn seriously, but it's like the get caught up in the fact that it's a baby form their naming, and forget about the adulthood that comes.
On to the girls:
Michelle, it's a boring, but it's nice.
Avery on a boy, Averie on a girl but it's not really appropriate.
Kiley but as Kylie
My same rant applies to Bylin, Preslee, Ravyn, Cyniah, Jaylynn, Kaycen, Kennedi, Kholoe, Birella.Laurel - 21 - Aries - Slytherin - University of Toronto
July 2nd, 2012 05:37 PM #7
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