Fun! Baby Name Polls
Hone your baby naming skills and help others. Which baby names are best?
Jayne for a girl? Yes or no? And it’s NOT Jane it’s Jay-ney like Jamie but with an N and it’s not a made up name it’s from an old baby name book my grandmother used and bought in 1967 and I do not like the name Jane
I made a poll earlier and we have decided on these two names, please don’t say if you don’t like it. We just want to know if the middle names flow better than the last poll. Two middle names is what we decided as well, please help. Thank you :)
My husband and I have decided on this name for our first child. We would pronounce it Julie-ann-uh. I like it spelled with only one n but worry people would pronounce it Julie-on-uh. What do you think? Can Julie-ann-uh be spelled Juliana or should we go with the extra n in Julianna? Thanks for your help!
Which is your favorite? Each name is three syllables and sounds fine with our last name... I love them all!
Tell us what you like or don’t like and why. Boy names: Andrew, Malcolm, Ian, Cole, Connor, Daniel, Benjamin, Theodore, Miles, Scott, Colin, Elijah, Matthew, Maxwell. Girl names: Aria, Chloe, Lucy, Jane, Adrienne, Lorelei, Susannah, Shannon, Abigail, Maya, Alison, Alannah, Alina, Nicola. Thanks!
When you see the name Reese, spelt that way, do you think boy or girl?
We need your help with two questions. 1. Should we use Alexandra or Alexandria with the nickname Alex, and 2. Wynn vs. Winter for her middle name?
In your opinion which of the three is more appealing. Thanks for help in advance.
I love 2 syllable first names with 1 syllable middle names. Bryce will be the mn. Any other suggestions welcomed. Thanks you.
Second kid joining Cara Jocelyn (3).
Baby girl #1... Thoughts?? Thank yoU!
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