Baby Name Poll Results
Blake Olivia vs. Dylan Grace vs. Spencer Kate
My husband and I are expecting a little girl this fall and we haven’t decided on a name. We really like boy names for girls, with a girly middle name. We like Blake Olivia, Dylan Grace or Spencer Kate but we aren’t sure if those are good enough. Our last name is Owen. Please help us out!
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I would find something even more frilly then these longer maybe since you’re giving her ma masculine first name your last name is also a boys first name.
Blake Felicity Owen
Dylan Lorelei Owen
Spencer Josephine Owen
dylana grace owen - blakelyn kate !! grace dylan- olivia kate !!
Don’t use Blake. Her initials would be B.O (also slang for body odor.) Dylan is way to popular as a boys name to be used on a girl. Spencer is okay.
Can I suggest some?
Blake Olivia Owen’s initials would be B.O.O I love this name, but her initials would be the word boo.
I also love Dylan Grace Owen! Super cute!
Do not use Spencer Kate. Spencer is not a good name for a girl or a boy in my opinion!
Sorry, but none of these names work for a girl. Using a boy’s name for a girl does not make the name a girl’s name. Rather, the name is misused. Blake and Spencer are both surnames. I find Spencer to be quite unattractive.
What about a name like Florence "prosperous, flourishing", Rhiannon ("great queen"), Valery ("to be strong"), or Renee ("reborn")?
Thanks for all your suggestions! We still like our names, but we have eliminated Spencer Kate! I also like your suggestions, my favorite names are Parker, Elliot and Reese! -Georgina and Caleb
Parker Elizabeth Owen
Elliott Kate Owen
Reese Olivia Owen
My favorite is Parker, Parker Olivia could also work.
I chose Spencer Kate, I thought it sounded great! :)
Dylan means SON of the sea, not daughter. Boys names on girls are very unattractive. What about Blakeley or Blakely? at least that sounds remotely feminine
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