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Thread: The Names of 2030
June 17th, 2013 12:36 PM #6
June 17th, 2013 03:29 PM #8♂ Seth Joshua, Gordon Thomas, Benjamin Ryan, Elliott Joseph♂
♀ Melody Ray, Joanna Kathryn, Iris Natalie, Tessa Diane ♀
June 17th, 2013 03:48 PM #10
interesting how for some people taste can change hugely but for others a name can just stick. im 25. one of my best friends in high school was certain her first daughter would be named Tempany Tepanga Renae. I am endlessly thankful that when her first girl came along she went with Hannah instead, maybe not very unique but a lot more user friendly!!! When I was a teen I wouldve named a boy Mason Jai - maybe not what i would choose now but definitely still in the same vein of the names I like now. My mum says she was 16 when she knew what my name would be. It is very curious to see what the future of names may look like!
June 17th, 2013 03:51 PM #12Senior Member
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I'm 34, and when I was a teenager Vesper was one of my favorite names for a girl (the others were boring things like Kimberly and Kayla). My then-boyfriend (now-husband) hated Vesper and still does. But I'm happy to see it has gotten some attention on Nameberry lately! My taste and my husband's are completely different, so we ended up with pretty traditional names for our kids.Mom to Alexander Patrick (10), Madelyn Esther (7), Genevieve Susan (2), and angel baby Theodore James (stillborn at 37 weeks on February 3, 2014).
Girls: Bridget, Elizabeth, Felicity, Helena, Marianne, Violet, Penelope, Ophelia, Isadora, Victoria
Boys: Sebastian, Julian, Everett, Elias, Caspian, Desmond, James, Arthur, Edmund, Nicholas
June 17th, 2013 03:51 PM #14A teenage writer and name lover~
Lola Evangeline, Priscilla Beatrice, Rosemary Anastasia, Virginia Eleanor, Martha Valentina, Cecilia Jane
Winston Ken, Asher Malachi, Nigel Carlisle, Simon Glenn, Roscoe Washington, Abraham Edward