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Spencer vs. Sutton vs. Sterling

Our poll for our top three names for Sirena Erin’s new little SISTER. Yes it’s a GIRL. No rude comments please, we would like honest feedback, but not rude feedback.We also need middle names for Sutton and Sterling. Thanks!

The Top Baby Name is...

Name Votes
Spencer 56% (5 votes)
Sutton 44% (4 votes)
Sterling 0% (0 votes)

Comments

I voted Spencer but I also love Sutton
posted by guest :: 2013-07-31 18:41:08 | report
Sutton Avril
Sutton Olivia
Sutton Johanna
Sutton Virginia
Sutton Katherine
Sutton Maya
Sutton Katrina
Sutton Abigail
Sutton Rose
Sutton Laura
Sutton Rebecca
Sutton Francesca
Sutton Kayla
Sutton Anne
Sutton Emilie
Sutton Grace
Sutton Paloma
Sutton Faith
Sutton Jade
Sutton Jayda
Sutton Elizabeth
Sutton Belinda
Sutton Dahlia
Sutton Lenora
Sutton Rosalie
Sutton Victoria
Sutton Diane
Sutton Valerie
Sutton Courtney

Sterling is too masculine and I just love Sutton!
posted by guest :: 2013-07-31 18:47:09 | report
I love the name Sutton when I grow up im going to name my daughter Sutton rose im 13,i also like spencer ,sterling is a little too masculine for my taste
posted by guest :: 2013-07-31 18:49:27 | report
Although I’m not terribly fond of any of these names, I picked Spencer because I have a friend *girl that is named Spencer and I think it is the best for a girl
posted by guest :: 2013-07-31 18:51:59 | report
We like Sutton Jade, Sutton Olivia, Sutton Francesca, and Sutton Dianna!
Still looking for votes and middle names!
posted by guest :: 2013-07-31 18:52:04 | report
I honestly don’t like any of them. I know too many boy Spencer’s to think of it as a girl name. Sutton is only a surname in my mind; and Sterling is a very strong boy name to me. I would suggest another girly-er S name to match Sirena (such as Soleil, Scarlett or Seraphine/Seraphina)
posted by guest :: 2013-07-31 18:53:14 | report
Honestly, boy names on a girl are a fad. It might seem nice now, but down the road it’ll be a mistake. Your daughter will go her whole life with people unsure of her gender based on her name.
posted by guest :: 2013-07-31 18:55:42 | report
We’re really appreciating the honesty of these opinions, keep them coming!
Poster 6- Thank you for the suggestions! We can’t use Scarlett or Seraphine/Seraphina and we don’t really like Soleil, it’s just not our style, but thank you none the less!
posted by guest :: 2013-07-31 18:57:52 | report
I like Sterling best. Sutton has such teasing potential [removed] l u t or glutton. Sidney is nice
posted by guest :: 2013-07-31 19:08:04 | report
If you pick any of these, use Sutton. Spencer sounds like a six year old boy to me, and Sterling sounds like an African American male jewelry salesman. I don’t know why, it just does. But, I do think I’d maybe look into the possibility of using a strict girl name for your daughter. I do agree with the poster that said its just a fad. It seems like the thing to do now, cuz of course, the celebrities had to start it, making everyone think its cool. If I could start a fad, at least it would make sense. I don’t know what it’d be, but I’d think of something. Lol. Here are some ’S’ girl suggestions.
Savannah
Sadie
Sarah
Stephanie
Soleil
Sophie
Sophia
Seren
Starlet
Serenity
Serendipity
GL!
posted by guest :: 2013-07-31 20:39:08 | report
Cruel to give your daughter a boys name, especially when your other girl has such a pretty girls name.
posted by guest :: 2013-08-01 06:07:35 | report

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