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#1 Guest_Mrs._*

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Posted 17 June 2013 - 03:50 PM

We need names for our difficult last name. Heeney, yes it rhymes with Weenie. No matter what name we pick, we are constantly being told that he/she will be made fun off because of the name and out last name together.

We like Sydney Heeney
and Dean Heeney.

Any thoughts?

#2 MumToBe2013

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Posted 22 June 2013 - 01:34 PM

Sydney and Dean are wayy too close to Heeney. Sydney and Heeney both end in -ney and Dean and Heen both start with the een sound.

Girl name suggestions:
London Heeney
Quinn Heeney
Charlotte Heeney
Madison Heeney
Taylor Heeney
Savannah Heeney
Paige Heeney
Lyla Heeney
Abigail Heeney
Anna Heeney
Morgan Heeney
Brooke Heeney
Nicole Heeney
Allison Heeney
Claire Heeney
Brianna Heeney
Erin Heeney
Julia Heeney
Cheyenne Heeney
Alyssa Heeney
Cassidy Heeney
Kate Heeney


Boy Name suggestions:
David Heeney
Mark Heeney
Weston Heeney
Jack Heeney
Oliver Heeney
Brock Heeney
Jason Heeney
Justin Heeney
Anthony Heeney
Shane Heeney
Stephen Heeney
Luke Heeney
Aaron Heeney
Dylan Heeney
Keith Heeney
Tyler Heeney
Connor Heeney
Joel Heeney
Russell Heeney
Joshua Heeney
Everett Heeney
Lucian Heeney
Grant Heeney
Graham Heeney
Griffin Heeney
Patrick Heeney
Bruce Heeney
Troy Heeney

Like any? Want more?

Hope this helped!
Congraats and good luck!
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#3 aleecat2011@gm

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Posted 22 June 2013 - 02:45 PM

Anything that sounds completly different would be a great start

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Posted 26 June 2013 - 12:08 PM

What is your maiden name? You can always add a hyphen to the name. I tried to get my hubby to name our twins Kendall Mae Nelson-Porter and Aaron Xavier Nelson-Porter, but it didn't work out.

I personally love the names Sydney and Dean.

#5 agallaher12

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Posted 25 July 2013 - 02:58 PM

Try not to Rhyme or sound to similar and I personally would stay away from the trendy ee,ie,ey and y names maybe Miranda, Jessica, Vanessa Christina, Brenden, Aiden, Andrew, James




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