What name would you love to see….on someone else’s baby?
There are a lot of names I love and enthusiastically encourage other people to use. But when it came to naming my own kids? No way.
The most common reason for championing a name that you wouldn’t use yourself is, of course, cowardice. I think of all the names I considered for my younger son but chickened out on actually using: Penn, Pike, Otis….sigh. I’d lead the cheer if a parent on the Nameberry forums was thinking of one of those wonderful names. But in the end, we went with the much safer Owen.
My husband would tell you that we never really seriously considered Otis, because he hated it. So there’s another reason you might only be able to envision a beloved name on someone else’s child.
Plus, with a last name that starts with S, the truth is we never would have used a first name that ends with an S sound, for fear of confusion. Similarly, you may love elaborate names like Orianna but wouldn’t pair them with your equally-elaborate last name, or shy away from a short name like Tom if your last name is Smith, or avoid favorite ethnic first names such as Maeve or Massimo if they clash with a last name of a distinctly different ethnicity.
So tell us, which name would you love to see….on someone else’s baby? And why?
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on September 19th, 2012 at 12:16 am
Have the same last-name-starts-with-S issue, so that rules out names like Max or Grace.
Then there’s Meredith, a name I love but can’t use because it’s my middle name, and Kate, which I also can’t use because Catherine’s my first name! Sigh…
on September 19th, 2012 at 12:19 am
I love the name Georgia, but it’s too rhymey with my last name (Borges). I couldn’t condemn my child to that.
Also love Gabe for a little boy, but when said out loud with my last name… makes for some teasing from other kids.
on September 19th, 2012 at 1:10 am
My list of names that I wouldn’t use is pretty simple and would include names like Owen, Ian, Addison and Phoebe. None of these names sound as good in German or Spanish as they do in English. Since my SO and I share a trilingual household our children’s names would have to be equally beautiful in all three. Passable is not an option.
on September 19th, 2012 at 1:18 am
I put the boy name Roux up on the forums a while back. I love it. It’s simple and complex. To me, it’s beautiful.
However, got a resounding ‘no’ from those who commented. I still love it, but the meaning behind it does not work for me, and I guess that’s kind of important.
Roux means red or red-haired or it refers to the fatty starter you create for a cream sauce.
on September 19th, 2012 at 1:29 am
Names I’m just not brave enough to use:
And since my last name rhymes with ‘ray’ that eliminates a long list of my favorites like:
Mabel nn May
on September 19th, 2012 at 1:33 am
Sarabi I adore Roux 🙂
on September 19th, 2012 at 1:43 am
I know these names will make me look like a crazy person, but i would be so gleefully jealous to meet a little: Kelilah, Maudeline, Verabelle, Hartlyn, Swan, Prairie, Morna, Hallow; Darwin, Price, Porteur, Schlomo, Persius, Oleader, Braver, or Hipolyte!
on September 19th, 2012 at 2:33 am
I adore nature names, but my last name is Day, so I can’t really pull them off. For that reason, I’m also wary of using any color names. But I’m always excited when I see those names on other kids.
on September 19th, 2012 at 2:57 am
While I agree that may be true for certain names ahem Green Day or Gray Day, I think other’s really work with your last name…i.e. Violet Day, Ruby Day or Scarlett Day
on September 19th, 2012 at 4:19 am
Our last name ends in -ley, which rules out first names with a similar ending. Such a shame because I love:
Hadley and so on…
on September 19th, 2012 at 4:33 am
There are so many. Sometimes they clash (or go too well) with my last name, sometimes my husband hates the name and sometimes the name just doesn’t feel like my baby:
Philippa, April, Hugh, Otto, Bianca, Georgia, Humphrey, Raymond, Rhea
on September 19th, 2012 at 5:52 am
Juniper – I love it so, but I don’t think I’d ever be brave enough to use it.
on September 19th, 2012 at 6:07 am
Winter! I like I spelled Wynter.
on September 19th, 2012 at 6:35 am
I can’t think of specific names, I just want them to be more exciting! A around here it seems like giving a girl a boy’s name is the most ‘out there’ you can get, and I’m getting bored with it! I’m always so excited waiting for friends to announce baby names, but then they do and it’s a big let down 🙁 I would also like to see more subtle matching names, instead of same first letter or rhyming.
on September 19th, 2012 at 6:47 am
Piero, Orin and Annabelle 🙂
on September 19th, 2012 at 7:09 am
Our last name ends in -bell and thus, I can’t ever use a name I really love: Mabel.
on September 19th, 2012 at 7:34 am
My last name begins with a strong T so my beloved Kate and Elliot are out.
My husband hates Penelope and Harper.
And names I like but can’t imagine on a child of mine include Eva, Rebecca, Lila, Rachel, Matilda, Silas, George, Jake, Francis, Jameson.
I definitely encourage everyone else to use them though.
on September 19th, 2012 at 7:35 am
I have so many names I love but won’t be able to use either due to cowardice, fear of mispronunciation(I live in the south) etc. etc. haha!
Amos(sigh,too matchy with anus)
Tatum(last name begins with tay, ugh)
Daphne(too chicken to use)
etc etc etc..
on September 19th, 2012 at 8:18 am
Mostly it’s names that I used to have on my list but have since lost their sparkle for me:
on September 19th, 2012 at 8:33 am
Theodore -our family name is Teo… Theo Teo is just wrong!!!
Adelaide -I think this name is beautiful; except when my in-laws say it and then it is quite ugly. Maybe I’ll get over that though and use it anyway if a baby girl ever comes along.
Cowardice: Phoebe (I’m afraid of Phoebe Buffet connections)
Tabitha -afraid of teenage witch associations
I”m sure there’s more, but that’s what I can think of for now!
on September 19th, 2012 at 9:31 am
Lydia. It’s one if my favorites but my husband had a serious girlfriend named Lydia and we’re still friends with her family. It would be too weird.
on September 19th, 2012 at 9:56 am
My DH and I are pretty adventurous with names IMO. We have a son Eldon and our short list for our next baby is Ulrik Luther, Gregor Horatio, and Anastasia. But even so there are a few names that I love but don’t quite have enough courage to use as first names (perhaps middles…).
~Love the sound and meaning and the awesome nickname Jem, but can’t get over the Aunt Jemima syrup association.
~Personally I think it sounds lovely (I love my U’s what can I say), but I’m not completely sold on the meaning and the association of the villain from The Little Mermaid is definitely a turn off.
~It’s so fresh and interesting and has a great meaning, but the nickname Meri is just too cruel for a guy. But if you either used a more manly nickname or just went with the full name all the time it could work.
Whole-hearted support for anyone with enough guts to give their child these awesome names in need of redemption!
on September 19th, 2012 at 10:18 am
I really want Kermit to come back, and would really use it myself, except that I have a (deserved) reputation as a huge Muppet fan and would get much trouble about having named my baby after “the Frog”.
on September 19th, 2012 at 10:40 am
We were going to name our son Wolf. It would have suited our family and our naming style, but whenever we mentioned it to people they thought we were crazy. Eventually we got tired of people’s responses and decided that it would be unfair to our son since he would be the one stuck dealing with it for the rest of his life. We named him Luther and used Wolf as his middle name instead.
on September 19th, 2012 at 10:41 am
Most of my favourite names don’t go with my last name-aaarrrhhh!!!
on September 19th, 2012 at 10:48 am
Anajo – I love Ulrik Luther btw. Luther is my sons name and Ulrik is great. We like a similar names: Alrik. 🙂 I was also contemplating the name Eldon a few days ago. I had a neighbour named Eldon years ago and I was thinking about how uncommon it is. I always liked the name Sheldon, but I have a cousin with that name and couldn’t use it, Eldon might be a good alternative.
on September 19th, 2012 at 11:32 am
For me it’s the names that have a huge personal or (pop) cultural reference like Allegra or Ursula for an example of the2nd quality. It’s all cold medicine & sea witch to me, but I am jealous of those who can look past that stuff. Besides that I love simple names like Jeanne as much as daring names like Marigold and if I love something I’m not afraid to use it…but I would add names like Helena & Corinne to the list. I just don’t want to spend my days correcting pronunciation isdues. Or names like Veronica, which I LOVE, but I loathe Ronnie so very much and fear that even if I enforce Vera or Vinca during her childhood eventually she will pick Ronnie!
on September 19th, 2012 at 12:21 pm
Bernice. I want to think I’d be brave enough to use it for a girl, but I don’t know…
on September 19th, 2012 at 12:28 pm
One of my all time favorite names was ruined by association, and therefore would just be too weird to use. I adore the name Hallie, but would get tons of side-eyes because of the association. A few other names I’m not brave enough to use:
Portia- Love it, hate that people would thing it was after the car brand.
Cedric- I still contemplate using it but I’m afraid that it’s too HP.
Leander- My all time favorite boy name, but I’m afraid it’s just too unheard of and will sound made up.
Hiram- Love, but can’t really see it on a child of ours.
Mireille- Gorgeous name, hard pronunciation for English speakers.
on September 19th, 2012 at 12:33 pm
I really like the name Aria but wouldn’t use it for several reasons:
1. Way too girly for me, I usually like boyish kind of names on girls
2. In German Aria sounds almost like the word “Arier” which means “Aryan”. But even if I was living in the US (as a German) I would avoid that, especially since kids in our family are very blond and blue eyed. Just names we avoid here.
But I’d totally encourage others to use it, it’s so pretty.
Also sometimes I kind of like popular names but wouldn’t use them because of popularity. But if others would go for Amelia I’d really like it.
on September 19th, 2012 at 12:58 pm
@Maggiemay, SO with you on Juniper! I’m also in love with Althea, but would never be brave enough to use them.
Our last name starts with a D, and that’s one letter I just never liked for an alliterative name. We liked but passed on: Dexter, Declan, Delaney and Delilah.
on September 19th, 2012 at 1:09 pm
I love the name Igor – but I am a little chicken to consider-because my dh and I are noticeably big and tall, 6′ and 6’8″
on September 19th, 2012 at 2:07 pm
I love Spencer & Jasper but my fiance’s ln ends in -er so it’s an immediate no.
I also love Rose as a first name but when I say it, it comes out as “Wose” courtesy of a speech issue. I also love Delilah and I’m hoping Martin changes his mind on it.
Wolf is amazing on boys, although I like it as a nickname for Wolfgang. Pike is equally amazing bu. I’m too chicken too use it myself.
on September 19th, 2012 at 2:26 pm
I will never be able to use my favorite boy’s name, Silas. 🙁
But the good news is, the reason I can never use Silas is because I have a daughter named Sylvie. So yay!
on September 19th, 2012 at 2:30 pm
I love one-syllable names, but most of them clash horribly with my also one-syllable last name. I love the names Maude/Mauve, Snow, Plum, gorgeous names like that. Too bad, at least I have other longer names that I love.
on September 19th, 2012 at 3:20 pm
I love the names Gothicus, Fitzwilliam, Birdie and Apple but I don’t think I would ever use them myself.
on September 19th, 2012 at 3:44 pm
I adore Minnie, and it was my partners great grandmothers name, but I’m afraid I won’t have the guts when it truly comes down to it.
on September 19th, 2012 at 3:48 pm
My favorite boy’s name since I was 13 yrs old was Jack, after man that was practically my grandfather. But with the last name Jones… it’s ridiculous.
And I refuse for our child to be a FN Last initial. OR to have the exact same name as someone else. (my husband has the matching name to a very bad guy in his home town, and I was Erin D. all through school.)
Then there are the names that are already famous:
and I love the sound of Sarah… but its just so popular.
Right now, I am concentrating on how baby names work with our son’s name. Do they sound ok together or completely ridiculous? 🙂
on September 19th, 2012 at 4:42 pm
I love the name Wyatt. But my last name is a one syllable W name. Le sigh.
on September 19th, 2012 at 4:49 pm
on September 19th, 2012 at 5:41 pm
I adore Mireille, but as I’m not French and didn’t marry a Frenchman, the closest I’ll get is using it as a character name in fiction. As I have several international colleagues I hear my name, Paula, as ‘Porla’, ‘Powla’ and ‘Polla’ on a daily basis. It rather irritates me as I attempt to pronounce my colleagues’ names as they would say them in their own language. For that reason I would shy away from using any name which has different pronunciations across the languages, as LexieM says. My childhood bff Claudia had the same issue: ‘Cloudier’ in German, her nationality, but the far harsher ‘Clawdier’ in English and American.
on September 19th, 2012 at 9:46 pm
Walker for a boy. It’s a cherished family name on my side but rhymes with my husband’s surname.
Ursula for a girl. It quite simply rocks.
on September 19th, 2012 at 9:52 pm
I too chicken to use the names:
I like these but they’re not my style
and, I cant use Elizabeth because it’s my middle
on September 19th, 2012 at 10:39 pm
Aspen for a girl. I love it, but I can’t shake the feeling that she would get those ‘ass-pen’ comments.
I also love Echo on a girl, but can’t decide if I’m brave enough to use it or not. It doesn’t have a great meaning, of course, but I’m in love with the sound of it
on September 19th, 2012 at 10:49 pm
I have a list of names I love but can’t picture myself using. But I would be so happy to see someone else using it.
on September 19th, 2012 at 11:35 pm
Oh, I love this topic! There are so many names I adore but wouldn’t use myself, for various reasons.
There are names with unfortunate personal associations (Maeve, Caroline, Juliet) and names that are perfectly wonderful but I just can’t see on my own children (Minerva, Evadne, Arden, Meredith, Geneva, Everett, Elliot, Felix, Tobias) or couldn’t use due to my last name (Miranda, Zephyr).
There are names I’d totally use but would want to become a wee bit more mainstream before seriously considering (Waldo, Cosmo, Darwin, Erasmus, Vesper, Valentine, Solace). And then there are names I wish people would STOP using because they’re way out of my popularity comfort zone (Eloise, Lydia, Alice, Jasper, Archer).
The names I really love on other peoples’ babies are always the names that are just a little more daring than I’d be comfortable with. Even if I wouldn’t want to use it myself, I’m always chuffed to hear a name that’s meaningful, beautiful, and really unusual. Besides, I’m sick of Elizabeth, Madison, Noah, and Ben! I’d rather hear about Dove, Willa, Inigo, and Hale. And that’s why I’m on Nameberry. 🙂
on September 20th, 2012 at 6:58 am
I’m a huge lover of Irish, Scottish and Welsh names, but I think naming a daughter Caoimhe, Eilidh or Angharad is just asking for her name to be butchered all her life, especially as I have no real heritage to any of them and live in England. It’s a shame because I think they’re all beautiful names and am always happy to meet children with the more unusual names.
on September 20th, 2012 at 6:20 pm
My DH’s Hungarian surname limits a lot of great names. Our traditionalist tendencies mean that while I appreciate eccentric names, I would never actually use them because I’m reluctant to allow that kind of self-indulgence. :/
Eccentric favorites I’d love others to use:
on September 20th, 2012 at 6:20 pm
*Oops. I meant that DH’s surname name “eliminates” a lot of great names.
on September 21st, 2012 at 1:48 am
Ava (love old Hollywood, but the names too trendy)
on September 21st, 2012 at 11:33 am
I don’t understand why people say they can’t use a name because it’s their middle name. I don’t see any problem with it, unless you go my your first and middle name. Most people have no idea my middle name is Elise.
on October 6th, 2012 at 4:01 pm
I have a son named Diesel so cowerdice is out of the question for me. Its more being limited by what I can get hubs to agree to. He hates everythin with the dre syllablle……so no to…..Alizandre and Draven, ect. There are a lot of names I like that are too trendy…..Samuel, Ava, Jackson, ect. I can’t use any Shakesperian names bc I’ve used Romeo and Mercutio on pets…..hence no Juliet. And TV has ruined some….Violet, Addison, Oscar, ect. And I’m a teacher…..so absolutely no Caleb, Aidan, Jaden, Jayce, Cameron, Samantha, Kaitlin, ect…..and finally, I live in Texas….so no names that will get butchered constantly so no Isla or anything of that nature.
Our next baby list ….. Lincoln, Rembrandt, Harlow, maybe Josephine or Juniper (she would get confused for Jennifer though 🙁 ) or maybe Winifred (but I don’t like the Winnie the Pooh association…..)
@ AnaJo….I danced on drill team with a girl named Meriweather and thought it was a great unique name….unlike me bc there was 2+ Shannons. That’s a lot of why I want my kids to have such unusual names. I had a VERY common name with my generation.
on October 7th, 2012 at 10:16 pm
Uselesskitty- I also think that we must have similar taste in names. Wolfgang nn Wolf was on my personal short list. Almost had my hubby convinced. 🙂
We love our son’s name, Eldon! The only thing we didn’t anticipate was that the hard of hearing kept thinking his name was Alvin (nothing wrong with that name just not the one we chose). So we’ve been having to spell it out a little more than we initially thought. Not a big deal. My name is Rebekah and I’ve had to spell it out my whole life, but I love my name even more for being different and have no emotional trauma from my parents decision. My vote is still for Eldon! If you love it go for it. We have no regrets.
TheFutureMrsB- Wolfgang: Love it!
Etak_Llaw- Fitzwilliam and Fitzgerald are both names that sound amazing in my mind, yet I can never think up an adequate nickname. BUT if you like Fitz, Liam, Will or Gerry…
Cheetara09- I agree. I have the same middle name as my grandmother and mother. It’s kind of a family tradition (first born daughter and all that), but few people ever catch on because even if they know my middle name they usually don’t know my mother’s…or grandmother’s.
dieselsmomma- Not a huge fan of boy names on girls, but I can see how Meriwether could work.
on October 17th, 2012 at 1:15 pm
I love this topic!
We love unusual names so we have a Dorothy Mary Rainbow (my pregnant addled brain didn’t see the connection between Dorothy and Somewhere Over The Rainbow, even though I’m a massive Judy fan. The Rainbow comes from my husband and my promise to each other – that we wouldn’t bring rain into each other’s lives. Even with the unintended Wizard of Oz fest, no matter – I totally love her name). So I’m always happy to hear ‘out there’ names – they sit much better with them than the same boring names that everyone has. And @Cheetara09 0 totally agreed. My middle name is Mary, my mum’s is, and my grandmother’s was.
However, there a couple of names I would love but am not allowed:
Huckleberry – it’s the only boy name that I truly, truly love… and my husband hates it. I’m hoping one day I’ll win out, but in the meantime I’d be so happy to meet a little baby Huck (and totally jealous).
Jet – I love it, although it doesn’t quite go with our naming style, but it was my dog’s name and my husband thinks it’s weird to name our child after our dog. I disagree…
I love Dicken from The Secret Garden, but my husband (and, to a lesser extent, I) think that it does invite bullying. But I’d love to meet a little boy called Dicken – I think it’s really beautiful.
I loved the name Willow, but we vetoed it because I’m quite chubby and I think it would be a difficult life if she had a similar body type and was a fat Willow. It also started becoming way too popular… I’d still be very happy to meet a little Willow though.
And I absolutely adore the name Mirabelle, but our surname starts with Bell… Such a shame, as I think it’s a totally wonderful name.
And I love Dove and Snow for middle names – absolutely gorgeous.
on November 21st, 2012 at 12:46 pm
I really love the name Vesper (preferred for a girl) but not sure I’d ever use it.
on November 26th, 2012 at 11:56 pm
My sons are Chess, Indigo and Ronan. My daughters are Violet, Ivy and Guinivere. I am due in 4 weeks — only four more weeks!!!!! — our boys name is Dasher and our girls name is Helena. I think my names are getting more mainstream as I get older.
Names I love but would never use —
on November 30th, 2012 at 11:50 pm
I don’t know if you are still reading this, dieselsmomma, but my name is also Shannon and I went out of my way to find names that weren’t popular because I was on a cheerleading squad with 5 other Shannon’s in my mid-atlantic hometown. Anything above #500 on the SSA list was too popular for any child of mine.
Names that I love but my husband vetoed – Tanith, Spring, Laurel, Lana, Danica
Name that I ALMOST gave my daughter but was too chicken – Evie
I wound up using the name Hilarie for my daughter.
We’ve only been able to name one girl, but on the boy side my husband vetoed Vaughn. I LOVE that name, but my husband said it sounded like a vampire name.
on December 1st, 2012 at 12:02 am
Oops, I forgot a couple other names that I really like but couldn’t get past my husband – Harmony, Cadence and Blythe. I also like names like Felicity, Charity, Patience (that one was somewhat ironic considering what hotheads my husband and I are), Joy – these were not truly considered, though.
on December 7th, 2012 at 12:30 am
I love names like Kaija, Thisbe, Gemma, Thalia, and Sorcha. While they would be a great sibset together, I just know they don’t fit in with my other favorite names: Juliet, Eloise, Matilda, Penelope, and Amelia. -sigh- Alternate universe it is!
on March 4th, 2013 at 4:31 pm
Joining the party late, but Ursula! I love it so….so cute but I just don’t think I could bestow it on someone else.
And come to think of it, I wouldn’t want to see it on someone else’s baby…I’d be jealous that they had the balls to use it!
on March 25th, 2013 at 1:06 am
My husband and I both have first names beginning with “J”, so we ruled out J names for our kids… too Duggar-esque 😉 Bummer to cross out Jude, Juliet, Julian, June, January. We also have a last name with a “elle” sound, so sadly we ruled out Annabelle, Mirabelle, Adele, etc. to avoid a rhyming name.
I also have a whole group of names I love but won’t use: Uncommon Names that Shorten to Really Common Nicknames. Casualties to this list include…
Adeline/Adeleide (there are FOUR Addies in my daughters class)
on March 25th, 2013 at 3:22 am
The only name I worry about using with a Hypothetical Future Son is Garrett. James Garrett has been the name I’ve had picked out for a boy since I was a young teenager, and in all honesty, it would break me not to be able to use it. James has heavily significant spiritual meaning to me, and Garrett heavily significant familial meaning. Garrett’s the problem name.
I suspect strongly that, if I ever have children, I will probably be having them without a partner, and that they’ll therefore have my last name. My last name sounds WAY too similar to Garrett (it originally got to be a family name by being a derivative of my last name, actually), and so it rolls off the tongue oddly. I suspect if he had my last name, I’d give him a second middle name (Lowen) to buffer between Garrett and my last name.
on May 30th, 2013 at 2:37 pm
…I feel like such a nerd cause half of these names are from Sci-fi shows 🙂
on June 3rd, 2013 at 10:50 am
We did not know the sex of the baby in advance and had to plan for both girl and boy names. We have a Spanish last name with a J pronounced like an H (think “mojito”) so I had to think about how names would sound in Spanish…. Very difficult with J, G, and H. Also V/B. In the planning, I quit on Julia, Geneva, Josephine, George, James, Harry, Henry. We stuck with a name heavy on the vowels.
My husband loves Diego (James in Spanish), but I can’t get over that the syllables break down to “go die!” Plus there is the Dora association.
on June 10th, 2013 at 7:02 pm
I know someone named Alyssa Alison Allison. Her brother’s name is Alistair Allison. I am not making this up! I’m 100% serious. How could you ever do that to your kids? It’s names that are like that with my last name that I would never use.
on September 22nd, 2013 at 9:25 am
Oh tons but right this second? Wednesday , Saoirse, and Sparrow
on September 22nd, 2013 at 9:30 am
I like ethnic names even though I’m whiter-than-white so I think it would be odd for me to have an
Athena (love the meaning!)
Raewyn (met a Kiwi w this name and fell in love w it!)
Thaddeus-hate Tad and Ted but love this name so much its our future boy’s middle name
And a bunch of names I like got too popular:
Rosalie (how did two of my favorites end up in Twilight??!!)
We ended up w Annabel Winter for our LO. For those of you considering Winter– people have had a strong positive response but always ask the significance (particularly bc she was born in July on the hottest day of this year) and the only significance is that we loved it. Also we went w the Scottish spelling of Annabel bc my name is Scottish and many people misspell it already. Wondering if I should have gone w the American spelling…
We’re also planning to have one more and have to come up with a girl’s name with the same look and feel as Annabel Winter.
on September 22nd, 2013 at 12:01 pm
Oh so many!! I don’t think any of them are really due to cowardice in my case, although most people consider my taste in names fairly “out-there,” so that could explain it! Mostly names were nixed due to my (much more practical) hubby’s preferences, recent use by friends, clashing with our last name or their siblings’ names, or due to the fact that we’re simply done having children now so I don’t get to use all the names I wish I could! There are far too many to list, so I’ll just share a few!
Nixed due to various name conflicts:
Names nixed by hubby:
(Most word names!)
And the list goes on forever. I’ll continue to collect names and hope against hope that someone I know goes for something other than the top 100! (It’s unfortunately rare…)
on September 23rd, 2013 at 7:41 pm
♡ shanwake98! Thats exactly why my sons name is Diesel!
Also.. ..I live in Texas so any super ethnic names will get butchered with Texas twang….. Anais, Jean Michaell, Alouette…..
on September 23rd, 2013 at 7:51 pm
When I went to college the Shannon thing was worse bc there were 5 Shannons in my dorm.
on July 1st, 2014 at 11:17 pm
I LOVE FACEBROOKE BUT I DELETED MY ACCOUNT SO I FEEL WEIRD ABOUT THAT. SOMEONE NEEDS TO TAKE IT THOUGH!
on July 1st, 2014 at 11:18 pm
I love Man for a girl. It’s a family name. My grandfather was named Manuel. I would really appreciate you carrying on our legacy. I have no children as of now.
on December 17th, 2014 at 12:18 am
I’m afraid that I’ll chicken out of Persephone. I also like names like Wolf and Fox, but I don’t think I’ll use those.
As an Austen fan, I like the names Austen and Darcy. Austen for a girl and Darcy for a boy. I’m sure you see the problem.
Another one is Addison for a boy.
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