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  1. #46
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    May 2013
    Recently, I saw a little boy named Craven. Seriously. I also do not like boy's names on girls. Last year, I met this girl named Carson, and I've seen a few female "Campbell"s too. It seems to be a more common thing now, but I don't like it. I like soft, classic, strong names--like Eleanor and Anne and Winifred for girls; Arthur and Benedict for boys; just to name a few. There is also this girl I know of whose name is La-a, pronounced Ladasha. I also do not like do i put this?..."ghetto names". Ex: Yolanda, Latoya, DeShawn, Kuwasha, etc...
    Last edited by sierra_the_novelist; June 13th, 2013 at 02:36 PM.

  2. #48
    Join Date
    Jan 2013
    Sydney, Australia
    Precious was the first name. Loveless was the middle name.
    Yep. Usually, I'm really open with strange names but that one ... I don't even know.
    c a r a

    Francesca Violet / Arden Sage / Ramona Lux
    Allegra // Cecily // Faye // Harper // Lyla // Poppy // Romilly // Tansy // Zosia

    Dashiell Robin
    Arlo // Asa // Cedric // Eliot // Flynn // Jasper // Leo // Mason // Otto // Roman // Seth

  3. #50
    I know its a commen one to hate, but neveah --- ahhh!

  4. #52
    Join Date
    Jun 2013
    Went to pick up my DD from daycare the other day, and there is a new baby who started a few days ago. I met him on the day he started, I was cooing over him and complimented his parents and told them he was cute.

    When I picked my DD up the other day, they were putting his name on one of the pegs in the corridor, as each child has their own to put their coat and bag, and I saw that his name is Wrenynn. I couldn't help but cringe, especially as his sister is called Rowan.
    Mom to two beautiful girls, a handsome baby boy & #4 due in October
    - Senia Hero, Apolline Ever & Theoden Lyle -

    Cadmus, Alaric, Caspian, Cyprian, Evander, Cedric, Orlando, Casimir
    Ianthe, Illyria, Cosima, Herpera, Calanthe, Xanthe, Elowyn, Idonia, Everild

  5. #54
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    Mar 2012
    I do not see what is so awful about Yolanda. It means "violet." I've also seen the spelling Iolanda which is legit from what I can research but I'm not sure if it's said the same way or ee-oh-landa.

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