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What type of name? vs. Unisex? vs. Girly?

10 years ago, at 24, my husband and I had a girl and both agreed that we would only have one child so, we used the name we loved, Spenser Nicole. Now, 10 years later, I`m pregnant and it`s another girl. This wasn’t exactly planned but we believe that it is a blessing but, now we have to find a name! We`ve been considering using another unisex name to match her sister, because we will be making sure that she is our last child. But, is unisex the only option? What type of names could we go with? We are open to consider almost anything. Thanks! Jacob, Melissa and Spenser (10).

The Top Baby Name is...

Name Votes
What type of name? 0% (0 votes)
Unisex? 0% (0 votes)
Girly? 100% (3 votes)

Comments

Spenser and..
Alexandra
Blair
Jenni
Katherine
Kinsey
Morgan
Trina
posted by guest :: 2013-09-22 20:24:26 | report
Honestly, I don’t think a unisex name would go either. It would have to be another boys name, if you want to stick to a theme.

However, I think you can also make a different theme, such as another S name or another ending in -er. That way you can use a girl name but not make her sister feel left out.
posted by guest :: 2013-09-22 20:24:29 | report
Have you discussed this with Spenser? Would it bother her if her baby sister had a girlie name? Does she like her unisex name or have any suggestions for a little sister?
posted by guest :: 2013-09-22 20:25:24 | report
I would do another unisex name.

Sutton
Sailor
Sawyer
Payton
Morgan
Taylor
posted by guest :: 2013-09-22 20:26:02 | report
I think it would be much better not to use a unisex name this time. Names I like with Spenser: Reese, Liv, Jenny, Perry, Kenley, Maghan.
posted by guest :: 2013-09-22 20:27:06 | report
Yes we have discussed it. She is a very mature young lady and has told us many times that she loves all types of names and she will be a big part in choosing the final name. This is just the beginning for us. Hopefully we can get a wide range and narrow them down as a whole family.

Just talking the suggestions, we do like the sounds of Taylor, Morgan, and Jenny!
posted by guest: J&M :: 2013-09-22 20:30:09 | report
Skyler
Bailey
Mackenzie
Jordan
Kennedy
Riley
Sidney
Reese
Morgan
Avery
posted by guest :: 2013-09-22 20:30:35 | report
Just go with a name you love, regardless of whether it’s unisex or not!

Paisley
Auden
Parker
Harper
Fallon
Aubrey
Remi
Monet
Emerson
Amari
Imani
Amora
Shiloh
Jenna
Molly
Scarlett
Olivia
Charlotte
Penelope
Odette
Elowen
Ember
Aurora
Quinn
Wren
Alice
Calla
posted by guest: guest :: 2013-09-22 20:31:38 | report
Mackenzie is nice as well as Jordin!
~J&M
posted by guest: J&M :: 2013-09-22 20:32:26 | report
We now have a starting list!
Morgan
Jenny
Mackenzie
Jordin
Alice
Molly

J&M
posted by guest: J&M :: 2013-09-22 20:35:06 | report
I love the name Blake for a girl!
posted by guest :: 2013-09-22 20:42:14 | report
you have a chance to do it right this time and give your daughter an actual girls name, so do it right, the boys names on girls thing is SOOOOO boring
posted by guest :: 2013-09-22 20:44:55 | report
We don`t really like Blake! Thanks anyway!
J&M
posted by guest: J&M :: 2013-09-22 20:45:08 | report
To the poster telling us to "do it right this time", Spenser loves her name and so do we and I`m sure that it all that matters. Your post was a little rude and I hope you don`t post like this on other polls.
J&M
posted by guest: J&M :: 2013-09-22 20:47:25 | report
The only one on your list I don’t like is Jordin. Good luck!
posted by guest :: 2013-09-22 20:53:12 | report
Maybe you could get both girly and unisex. A name like Alexandra has the girly option of the full name and the unisex option of the nickname Alex.

Samantha or Samara - Sam or Sammy
Charlotte or Charlize - Charlie
Martina - Marty
Josephine - Jo or Joey
Georgia or Georgiana - George or Georgie
Philippa - Phil or Flip
Luciana - Luke
Alanna - Al or Alan
posted by guest :: 2013-09-22 20:54:30 | report
Here are my suggestions for you:

Indiana
Dakota
Finley
Tatum
Karson

Hope you like them & good luck!
posted by guest :: 2013-09-23 04:58:02 | report
Spencer is not a unisex name, its a total boys name.
posted by guest :: 2013-09-23 06:35:38 | report

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