Fun! Baby Name Polls
Hone your baby naming skills and help others. Which baby names are best?
My husband and I are expecting our first baby boy after 3 beautiful girls! I love Keirnan and Benson and he loves Grant please help!
Thanks Allison and Eric
Hey thanks to everyone that gave us suggestion! We came up with a long list! If you guys could help us narrow it down that you be great!
Hi we’re expecting a daughter on January 12th and we’re deffinately naming her either Tilly, Olivia or Leah but we need help on deciding between the three. I have five nieces and four nephews named: Ruby, Emily, Ella, Abigail, Amelia, Joseph, Daniel, Aiden and George, an my partner has two nieces named Violet and Poppy, and so we want our daughters name to be decided on which ’fits’ in the best with her cousins names, so please take this into account when voting! Middle name will be Florence. Thanks a lot -Gemma and Peter
What do you think of Elliot for a boy? I quite like that it isn’t super masculine. Thanks for comments or votes~ Bea
How do you picture a boy named Casey pronounced (Kay- "c"). Like how do you imagine him looking growing up personality etc. And what do you think of this name. Is Adam a good middle name? Kim and Carl
We just found out our little mister is actually a little miss, and have only a few weeks to come up with a few name before she is born. The hubby, who absolutely loves the name we had planned for a son, wants to still use it on our daughter. The name is Harrison Jude (yes, we are big Beatles fans), and he definitely won’t compromise to Harriet or a similar name, although he will compromise to Jude Harrison. I do love the name, and I know she wouldn’t be the first to have a boys name, but I worry that the name will just set her up for a lifetime of correcting people that she is a girl. Help, please?
Does Delany RaeLynn flow ?
My husband is a baker, and I am a chef, so we want to name our children in theme without it being too tacky. We have one daughter named Olive, and now are expecting a son. My husband really likes the name Rye, after his favorite bread, however, I wonder whether it is too foody and not namey enough. Also, we all have quite dark skin, and I might be looking too much into it, but I don’t want people thinking we named our son because of the color of his skin, or that rye is the "dark bread" when he explains his name. Pregnancy brain is probably making this a lot harder than it needs to be, so I appreciate any input. Thanks :)
Finally blessed enough to be having our first baby! Which first name/variation of spelling is your favorite? Please vote and feel free to leave your opinion in the comments. Margaret is a family name. Thanks a bunch! ~John & Hannah
My husband and I are expecting our second son soon (first is Arthur). When Arthur was born, we originally wanted to name him Gale after my mother, however, we didn’t want him to get teased for having a "girls" name, or because "[removed]" is unfortunately still used in a derogatory way. However, since the popularity of the Hunger Games, we would like to use Gale for our second son, but fear people will be constantly assuming we named him after the character. What do you think?
Hey everyone! My husband and I are expecting a baby girl in February and we have no idea where to start! I like girly names but my husband doesn’t. Any compromises? Thanks for all the help in advanced!
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