Fun! Baby Name Polls
Hone your baby naming skills and help others. Which baby names are best?
My husband and I are expecting twins a boy and a girl around Christmas time. We really like ’E’ names. I like Eddison Cole for our boy and Elliette Grace for our girl. My husband likes them but isn’t sure. What are your thoughts? Do you have any other suggestions?? Any help is appreciated.
I know there’s some good ones! Please give me your best suggestions for both genders! -Carly
I’m a chef and love my herbs and spices, plus I thought they would make great names for baby boy.
Anders McCallum, 4, and Maelys Delaney, 2, are getting two little brothers. I have decided on Collins Everett for baby A. Baby B is not going to have a name if I cant decide. Please help me in finding the perfect name. All I request is that it ends in a ’s’. Some I have thought of are Brooks, Willis, and Ferris, but have not found the perfect name for our family. Please suggest first and middle names. Thank you - Kate
Hi all! When our first was born, we created her name by combining my parents-in-laws’s names; Shane + Kayla = Shayla Natalie, now age 4. We are having our second child in March, it’s another little girl, and we’d like to do the same for her name, but we’re struggling to combine my parents’ names (Brian and April). We’re really stuck and would love some help.
WDYT? Please help with choosing a name and suggestions! Thanks; Kate
Why do so many people on this site hate on Trendy names? Like, Kaiden, Jayden, Mason, Brynlee, Bentley etc. They are popular for a reason aren’t they?
Im wondering if you can help me out. I’m looking for a girls name for my bubby. We want something that you automatically think of as being a girls name but I don’t love any of the popular names in the charts at the moment. We want something simple like Emily Sarah or Jessica (these names aren’t an option due to family members with the names). We have a 2 year old daughter named Amelia
Your help is greatly appreciated
A & B
If a boy. Thoughts?
If a girl. Thoughts?
Gaiana (latinized ancient greek form of Gaia) is pronounced Ga-IA-na and Abigaia (biblical greek form of Abigail) is pronounced ah-be-GUY-ah...and then of course there’s plain but still lovely Gaia. Thoughts?
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