Fun! Baby Name Polls
Hone your baby naming skills and help others. Which baby names are best?
for our GG twins. harlow/harper’s middle name will be marie and evelyn/everly’s middle name will be grace. TIA
List your favourite girl E names. Not just a long list of E names, but your favourite ones.
middles are family names
middles are in honor of someone
I have a list of girls names, which I’ll post in the first comment. Could you tell me which you like the best and which you dislike? ty.
I love the name Stella for my baby girl but I currently have a 9 year old cat with the same name, my daughter will most Likely be an only child. Should I use Stella or find something else? Any suggestions? Looking for middle name as well.
Hi, my name is Catherine and would like to name my daughter after me but not give her the name Catherine, any suggestions? Middle name suggestion would be appreciated as well.
We have one son named Lincoln and now have to find a name for our second son.
Which one do u like the best?
Hello! We are expecting our first little one (we are not finding out the sex) and we truly need some help with narrowing down our lists for the little one. So if you could please list your favorites from each (there is three of them: girl, unisex, boy) that would be marvelous! No other suggestions and please don’t mix around the names because we like them AS IS! The little one is due on April 7th so we are very quickly running out of time. Thanks for your help! ~Nina and Vincent Edwards
Sisters are McKinney & Juniper. Feel free to mix and match. Thank you!!
My husband and I are both Irish, both born in Ireland, but currently visiting in America. I am 24 weeks pregnant with a little boy. And we love the name Cian. We come to America once every 2 years to spend time with my younger sister(she comes back to Ireland once every 2 years to visit us as well) but we have even been discussing moving to America ourselves and spending a few years here. Sis recently suggested to us that Kian may be a better spelling, especially if we do decide to ever move to America in the new future as Cian may get mispronounced often. So now we are torn. We like both spellings. And we don’t want our son to have to deal with people constantly misspelling/mispronouncing his name when we are in America. But of course our parents think we should stick to the traditional Irish spelling. Which one should we use? ~Brigid&Seamus
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