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June 21st, 2013 10:47 PM #41Senior Member
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- Sep 2012
- Humboldt, California
If it's true...
That poor, poor child.Proud furmom to:
Pepper, Kuno, Mia, Rosalind, Beatrice, Gwendolen & Cecily
Élodie Rosamund Clara~Ksenia Margaret Jane~Beatrix Anna-Louise~Aurelia Charlotte~Eloise Matilda~Genevieve Amaya
Augustus Johann Milo~Cyrus Donner~Albert George~Emery Thaddeus~Alistair Everett
If I had a baby right now, I would name
her Coralie June OR him Caspian Hugo
June 22nd, 2013 12:23 AM #43Senior Member
Current Favorite Names♀ Bayou : Cerise : Clementine : Dallas : Indigo : Katniss : Rapunzel : Wednesday
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- Apr 2011
♂ Brooklyn : Castle : Clyde: : Disney : Kestrel : Page : Paisley : Piper : Tennessee
June 22nd, 2013 02:51 AM #45
It makes me kind of mad in a way. I mean really the poor girl will be ridiculed with jokes about her name for the rest of her life. Even her nickname Nori doesn't make it any better since it means seaweed (or is a seaweed)...I mean it sounds nicer than North for a girl but really? Gross...I would not want to be named after slimy smelly green stuff that washes up on the shore.
And the poor girl doesn't even have a middle name to fall back on!! I don't even like Kim or Kanye but I certainly expected them to do better than North "Nori" (no middle name) West!!
Maybe they should have just gone with North Pole West haha.
I still do love North for a boy though...the way it should be.
Last edited by clairedelune; June 22nd, 2013 at 02:57 AM.Love, Claire
Fiancee to Robert "Theo” Theodore
Mama to Lucius "Loki"
June 22nd, 2013 04:24 AM #47Junior Member
- Join Date
- Nov 2010
North, as well. (He's two and named after his great grandfather who was also named North. No directional last name, either.) I'm absolutely sickened by this news. Before today, I loved his name, thought it was unique, rugged, pure (not to mention the deep family significance for us). Yet, when we were in public this afternoon and I called out his name, I felt a bit embarrassed, linked to a B-list "celebrity" and a self-absorbed "artist." Our unique, masculine name now seems trendy and feminine, qualities we were so desperately trying to avoid. My mother, who knows nothing about celebrities or popular culture, even called me to see "how I was feeling" about the news. Devastated! I cannot stand this couple. And they have now made a joke of my son's name. Perhaps I'm overreacting and this will all die down, but, for now, I feel as though my son's name has been thrown under the bus.
June 22nd, 2013 04:50 AM #49