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#251083 Baby Name Dayton

Posted by The Future Mrs B on 23 March 2014 - 07:57 AM

Urgh! NO! Think about these names and do they honestly suit a adult? Can you see a lawyer been named that? A doctor? A vet? etc
 
Laura

People said the same thing of Aiden/Cayden/Jaden/etc as well as all the Kayleighs and Brynlees. Some of these children will wind up as a lawyer or a doctor or a vet. The name itself has nothing to do with a child's potential unless it is something offensive/humiliating or otherwise detrimental to a child's well-being. It has to do with the child, the child's environment. Bhutterfli Reignbo is detrimental, not Dayton.
Is a child named Aiden, who's parents help him with homework, have him participate in sports and make sure he's growing up well really as bad off as the child named Luke who's parents leave him to his own devices or not give him the support he needs? The name has nothing to do with it.
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#244750 Baby Girl Name Revealed

Posted by EmilyA on 06 January 2014 - 03:44 PM

I hope everyone had a great Christmas and a wonderful New Years! 

I've spent the past couple of days looking at baby girl's name in depth. 

What really has been sparking my interest is how lovely it sounds with the boys and how right at home it feels to say.

Coincidentally, the first baby born on New Years in our county was named this and the paper put the heading as "Hey There, _______". I couldn't help but think of how precious and soft it sounded. It may have a bad rep but what name doesn't? 

 

 

If you haven't guessed what the name is yet, due to the uber popular song, then here you go!

 

 

Delilah Kate

 

 

 

As for the middle name you ask? Kate is after Craig's grandmother, Katherine. Some double brownie points because Kate Spade is one of my favorite designers. So we kind of hit two birds with one stone in this stunning combo for our little girl. 

While it may not match the pattern of a short first name and long middle name, we know that this is THE perfect name for her. 

 

We can't wait to meet you Delilah!  :wub: 


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#252156 How popular is too popular?

Posted by Katie-Nana on 07 April 2014 - 11:15 AM

Normally I look at the statistics to get a better idea of how popular a name is.  If a name is #243 in popularity, that doesn't really give you an idea of how popular it is.  But if that name (Fernando in 2012) was used on 0.0733% of total male births that year.  That means that there is 1 Fernando in 1,364 male births for 2012.  Not too popular in my opinion.  Really, the percentage tells you more about the name than the ranking, since male names verse female names are very different...

 

#100 in 2012 (Ryder - 1 in 532) and (Annabelle - 1 in 635)

#50 in 2012 (Tyler - 1 in 263)  and (Ashley - 1 in 411)

#10 in 2012 (Aiden - 1 in 136) and (Elizabeth - 1 in 200) 

 

And of course names with multiple spellings would be even more popular.  If there were a particular name that you liked, you could look up the % for each spelling and add them together to get a better idea of how popular the name is. 


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#240510 Jennifer Love Hewitt Gives Birth to a Baby Girl!

Posted by Laugh-Dream-Love on 27 November 2013 - 02:58 AM

I love Autumn, but James really gets me on a girl. It's not feminine or pretty, it's a handsome, strong BOYS name. I just can't stand it on a girl.


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#239104 We want to know: Did you get help with your naming questions?

Posted by JennyB on 13 November 2013 - 12:07 PM

The BNG community has helped so many people find the perfect name(s)!

 

This forum now has a feature that allows the topic starter to pick and highlight the most helpful answer! After asking your question, check the answers you receive from time-to-time. If one stands out, click the "Mark Solved" button at the bottom of the post. It will be labeled as the "Best Answer" and a link will be added at the top of the page.  If another, better answer comes up later, you can cancel the first and change it to another.

 

Only members are able to mark if a post is the Best Answer. If you are a guest seeking naming help, we would love for you to sign up and join us by clicking the link in the top right corner of the page!

 

Happy Baby Naming!


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#217269 (What do you think of these names) Look at latest post.

Posted by Addison on 01 May 2013 - 09:38 PM

I'm sorry, weren't you having twins named Gracelyn and Garrison?
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#210480 Top baby names decided!!!!

Posted by Katie-Nana on 07 March 2013 - 11:10 AM

Ben & I have agreed on our top boy and girl name for if/when we decide to have a baby....



Theodore Lark Alfred -or- Leona Evermay

"Teddy" -or- "Lennie"



Leona Evermay is in honor of Ben's deceased grandmother, Leona Mae.

Lark Alfred is my grandfather's full name.


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#198958 Too weird or pretty and unique?

Posted by Katie-Nana on 20 November 2012 - 09:45 AM

Alaska is definitely an uncommon name but not unheard of. 25 girls received the name Alaska last year, 23 in 2010 and 19 in 2009.

Naming your daughter Alaska is no different then naming her Dakota or Montana. Both were relatively unheard of 30 years ago.

I say if you love the name, go for it.
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#192422 Blending Name Help

Posted by CCritter on 18 September 2012 - 04:16 PM

The perfect name for you is... Casey. It combines your first initials (K and C), and it works for either gender (Casey for a boy, perhaps Kacie for a girl).
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#269774 Imaginary Birth Announcements

Posted by Addison on 29 October 2014 - 08:26 AM

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Joel Robert Abrams & Cara Frances Ann [Jameis] Abrams welcomed their son

Archer Montgomery Jack Abrams

9lbs 3oz

July 30th

Big Brothers are Theron Peter Frost Abrams and Justice David Wren Abrams.


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#269717 One name to rule them all! :-P

Posted by Dove Maesyn on 28 October 2014 - 01:35 PM

Briony 

Soriah

Abeline (Ab-eh-leen)

Emeryn

Davina(I think this one would be perfect since she is the daughter of two immortals so she is Divine!)

Loriana

Hannigan

Vivica

Oviviana

Joia

Genovia 


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#269544 Imaginary Birth Announcements

Posted by Laugh-Dream-Love on 26 October 2014 - 11:57 AM

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Graeme Keith Neilson his wife, Hannah Margaret Neilson, and their daughter Hermione "Mimi" Jane Neilson [4] welcomed

 

Emory Thatcher Neilson

 

on October 1st 2014

 

7lbs 2oz


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#269528 Imaginary Birth Announcements

Posted by Addison on 26 October 2014 - 07:23 AM

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Nicholas Allen John "Nick" Westford and his wife, Madeline Willow [Hart] Westford welcomed their first child

Stellan Avery John Westford

on 26 October 2014.

7lbs 11oz


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#269477 Imaginary Birth Announcements

Posted by TheDoctor on 25 October 2014 - 12:25 PM

Introducing...

 

Archibald Phoenix O'Brien  

 

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Archie was born on the 26th October, 2014 at 2:13 pm to Malachi and Tanya O'Brien

Weighing 7 lbs 8oz, and was 19 inches long

Joining older brother Casper Beckett 


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#268233 How did you name your LO's, and what would you change?

Posted by PaperHeart on 06 October 2014 - 10:30 AM

Archer Cohen Bear E.

I saw Archer on Nameberry I think it was, while searching for names similar to Roman... Which was mine and Mike's favorite for a while before getting pregnant. Mike liked the TV show reference. I liked the nick name Archie that goes with it. I wanted old fashioned, he wanted modern. Archer felt like a nice mix. Mike wanted ACE as the initials, so we wanted a C mn.. Originally we liked Cole, but I really loved Cohen after a best friend of mine. And Bear is to honor my little brother who passed away when I was 28 weeks pregnant. I used to call him Bear pretty much always, so it felt right to use Bear rather than his real name, Joshua.

It's a bonus that Archie Bear works as a great nn, along with Ace. Though honestly we mostly call him Arch ;)

 

Can I just.. UGH :wub: :wub: :wub:

Also, coughcough, Cohen was brilliant choice.


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#267761 How did you name your LO's, and what would you change?

Posted by Remy Hadley on 29 September 2014 - 08:14 PM

Archer Cohen Bear E.

I saw Archer on Nameberry I think it was, while searching for names similar to Roman... Which was mine and Mike's favorite for a while before getting pregnant. Mike liked the TV show reference. I liked the nick name Archie that goes with it. I wanted old fashioned, he wanted modern. Archer felt like a nice mix. Mike wanted ACE as the initials, so we wanted a C mn.. Originally we liked Cole, but I really loved Cohen after a best friend of mine. And Bear is to honor my little brother who passed away when I was 28 weeks pregnant. I used to call him Bear pretty much always, so it felt right to use Bear rather than his real name, Joshua.

It's a bonus that Archie Bear works as a great nn, along with Ace. Though honestly we mostly call him Arch ;)
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#267512 Genie-Generated Namebank CAF

Posted by Jenna_Lee on 25 September 2014 - 07:34 PM

All names were generated by the Baby Name Genie and then separated into singles, minus repeats. Have fun!

 

LN: Starts with W

 

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Boys:

Samuel, Roland, London, Aaron, Logan, Lawrence, Nathaniel, Simeon, Jackson, Dane, Tate, Brice, Nathan, Ruben, Porter, Corbin, Brandon, Quincy, George, Irving, Damon, Devin, Derek, Gideon, Louis, Kennedy, Cameron, Philip, Raven, Walter, Jacob, Travis, Hunter, James, Mitchell, Elmer, Benjamin, Curtis, Rylan, Branson, Isaiah, Evan, Ralph, Bryan, Brent, Jack, Gregory, Julian, Trenton, Alvin, Martin, Rory, Bryce, Elijah, Zion, Justin, Maverick, Jaden, Bernard

 

Girls:

Alexa, Monique, Kendra, Emily, Celine, Lacey, Jamie, Maya, Julie, Madison, Abigail, Parker, Bailey, Aylin, Destiny, Amy, Lauren, Phoebe, Amelia, Brianne, Bella, Meadow, Jane, Lyndsey, Treasure, Nyla, Caroline, Shelby, Shaylee, Barbara, Jada, Mia, Janet, Dakota, Hazel, Tamara, Eden, Michelle, Eleanor, Jennifer, Sasha, Linda, Libby, Tiara, Carissa, Delia, Carmen, Marilyn, Mary, Reese, Essence, Jaiden, Destiny, Greta, Isabella, Jayda, Joselyn, Avery, Campbell, Zaria


  • Remy Hadley and MommaMeg like this


#266485 Honoring help

Posted by EmilyA on 14 September 2014 - 07:59 PM

I have no idea if it's just me but I love Dorothy! I'm waiting for it to make a comeback. I agree with Bailey. Something that sounds like Jewel may be the best route to take. 

 

Juliette Snow is my favorite. You could nn her Jet/Jett; would still have a similar feel to Dot. 


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#263929 Ashley Jennavyv/Jennavive/Jennavieve

Posted by Addison on 17 August 2014 - 02:18 PM

Really not a fan of the spelling, but the "lesser of the evils" is Jennavieve. ;)

 

Looking at Jennavyv, I got really confused. I would never guess how to pronounce it.  :unsure: 


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#263685 Boys names on girls?

Posted by The Future Mrs B on 15 August 2014 - 07:04 PM

I really don't like boys names on girls. Trendy names like Hunter, Ryder, and Caiden will be instantly identified as child born between 2007-2017.
Garret, Spencer, Jonah and Gavin are all well established boys names so I see no reason to give them to girls. Names like these make me sad because people have this thing where if one girl has a traditionally male name all of a sudden that name becomes taboo for little boys. To me, that's saying there's something inherently "less" than being a boy. 1) because you can't give your daughter a girls name ("what will people think???") and 2) that if something is "tainted" by a girl then it is forever off limits to men.
It irks me.
That being said, truly unisex names (such as River, Dune, etc) I'm fine with.

For the pp who said Noa is a boy's name its a girls name with its own separate etymology that happens to sound like the boy's name Noah (similar to Erin/Aaron). I don't know if meaning is important to you (it is to me) but Noa and Noah have separate meanings.
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