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  1. #116
    Join Date
    Apr 2012
    Location
    Melbourne
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    Aston and Chevy Martin. Twins. Yep. Surname Martin. Both girls!
    Seriously!! ASTON MARTIN and CHEVY MARTIN OMG

  2. #118
    Some people say that when I say my oldest is called Vita. It's like....well I didn't like Rita but I wanted a name that rhymed with Rita, and we loved Vita. And my middle, Kitty. Her real names Katherine.

  3. #120
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    Dec 2011
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    United States
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    i know boy names for girls are popular, but I recently met a girl named Conner...
    Crushes: Casper & Isobel.

  4. #122
    Join Date
    Sep 2012
    Location
    Grand Rapids, MI
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    Worst name bar none I've ever heard for a baby, or a person period, is Contagion. I heard that in a doctor's office. This woman had named her little toddler that, I ended up having to ask her if I had heard the name correctly and why she named her kid that. Apparently she thought it sounded good. I think she was miffed when I told her what the word meant.

    Now since moving up here to Michigan and being pregnant, going to doctor's offices and reading the newspaper, I've heard/read some baby names that make the redneck names I grew up hearing seem classy. Names like Anaeya, Aevery, Naeomi, Giyah, MonCherri, Zayvion, Jalen, K’Lynn, Jay’veion, Addalynn, Brystal, Braxtyn, Zohe, Jaelynn, Raelynn, Brecklyn, Daylin, Challiss, Jessalyn, Brinley, Emaliya, Rylynn, Za’yin, Messiah, Odyssey, Outlaw, etc.

    Some of the names make me think, What is wrong with you people, can't you spell? And some of the other names, I don't see how that poor girl can grow up to be anything other than an exotic dancer working at a strip club. Seriously, MonCherri and Odyssey?

  5. #124
    Join Date
    Oct 2012
    Location
    US
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    I work with kids so I've seen some real horrors. The worst ones are the ones that sound totally made up or are spelled so kre8tively that you can't imagine how to even pronounce them. I love unusual and under-used names but I think there's a line you can cross and end up burdening your kid rather than creating a special identity for him/her.

    My most recent find: Naytchalie (prounced Ne-cha-lee).

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