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baby vs. girl! :)

Hey y’all! My name is Kait, and my husbands name is Evan. We have a two year old son named Elijah (Eli) Reece. We are expecting a little girl soon! We love the name Hartley Ann, we think it’s just the cutest name! We’ve gotten mixed reviews on this name. What do y’all think? Thanks!

The Top Baby Name is...

Girl! :)




Poll created: Sep 18, 2013
Total Votes: 1


I don’t like it because it sounds made-up not classy. Eli and Hadley would be really cute.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
If you and your husband love it that’s all that matters. My family thought my husband and I were crazy with our name choices but now they love them. Just use what name makes you two happy and it will grow on others.
I think Hartley Ann is beautiful!
posted by Laura :: 4 years ago | report
The recent trend toward using surnames for girls’ first names is just that, a trend. That will mean that by the time she is a teen, her name will sound very dated. The mixed reviews you are getting are 50% honest. The ones who say it’s okay are probably trying not to hurt your feelings. Better that you know now, though: it is quite unattractive. So is Hadley.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
I love Hadley, Hartley sounds tacky.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
Sorry, it’s awful and sounds trashy.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
Eli sounds more old-fashion, while Hartley sounds very modern so the names don’t make sense together.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
Hartley and Hadley are both tacky and horrible names. Give your daughter a real girl name.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report
Hartley reminds me of Harley Davidson motorcycles - not a good connotation.
posted by guest :: 4 years ago | report

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