Fun! Baby Name Polls
Hone your baby naming skills and help others. Which baby names are best?
my twins are due soon and i want to name them something with meaning.
Jonah+_______= peacemaker and honest
Jesse+love=rich in love
any ideas of what I could name them that suits the saying?
My husband Stephen and I are due with out third daughter in one short week! We like classicly, different yet elegant names. She will join Evangeline Isabelle & Ophelia Rose. Please help, we’d appreciate all of your opinions and suggestions. Thanks!~ Amelia
Hi everyone! We have come up with a short list of names for our son due in October. We will include it in the first comment. We would love to hear feedback on the names! Thanks in advance! - Christopher and India
Seamus/ Séamus is pronounced shay-mus, and is an Irish boy name. We live in California, so would the accent in Séamus help the pronounciation issues? Or just be a hassle? I feel like it would help people avoid thinking it’s see-mus, but I don’t want the accent to be a hassle for him either. What do you think?
On my last poll i asked which name was best Taylor or Sasha and someone suggested Sasha Taylor. I had never really thought about it. But now that someone pointed it out i am starting to like it. So what do you think? Does Sasha Taylor work? Thanks.
We have decided to name our little boy Mateo. We still need middle name suggestions though. Thank you!
Hi again! Thanks for the suggestions on my first poll. I’ll post my favorites, please say which ones you find the best/worst and why.
We are also throwing Alexander and Christopher as possible middle name choices. Please vote and explain your choices. Thanks.
I created a poll earlier in the day to get some feedback on my choices in boy and girl names. Unfortunately, McKenna Paige (my favorite) didn’t get many positive comments so I made a list of more names and wanted some opinions. Logan Tyler seems to be well-liked for the boy name so boy names aren’t an issue. Here are the other girl names that I had a list of:
Our last name starts with an "H" so I didn’t want to overdo it with the "H" names and two-syllable names ending in -n (such as Teagan) sounded boyish to me with my son’s name, Carson. What are your thoughts?
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