Baby Name Poll Results
What\’s your favorite vs. unisex name?
What’s youre favorite name that can be used for a boy or a girl? I know that many people really hate unisex names for some reason, if you’re one of them just please don’t post. We’re just starting to think about names and are seeing what everybody else likes. We might use a unisex name, but first we have to find out the baby’s gender (we’re going in next week). Thanks!
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Devin is my favorite unisex name. I also like:
I like unisex names, but I spell them differently for a boy than a girl.
Ashleigh (girl)/Ashley (boy)
Jordin (girl)/Jordan (boy)
Devin (girl)/Devon (boy)
Marlie (girl)/Marley (boy)
Dani (girl)/Danny (boy)
I also like Jess for both boys and girls
a few of my fav. unisex names are.
Avery-prefer for a girl
Rhy-boy, Reese for a girl
i also like Parker
I like Taylor...more for a boy though...also Taryn for a girl Taran for a boy.
Taylor, Jordan, Bailey, and Riley are all names that sound good on both boys and girls. Hayden is my favorite though, especially for a little girl.
Just a few you might want to consider.
Ellery & Hadley
Camryn (spelled different for a boy I think)
Though it is not used often, my favorite (technical) unisex name is Alexis, though I would use it on a girl before a boy.
Alexis (nn Alex)
My favorite unisex names are Ryan, Kyle, Riley, and Jesse.
I am in love with Parker and Blake for girls.
Carey and Ariel for boys
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