Funniest/weirdest/most unusual baby names - page 42

Hi all! As many of you know by now, Kim Kardashian had her baby. As if you couldn't miss all the annoying coverage over every single detail. They named that poor kid North West. What are some... Read More

  1. by   No Stars In My Eyes
    Quote from beachmom
    Thanks for this terrific link! Right up my alley! ROFLMAO! I LOVED it!
  2. by   Julius Seizure
    (Pronounced "espen")

    Dad must have been way into sports.
  3. by   LadyFree28
    Quote from Janey496
    (Pronounced "espen")

    Dad must have been way into sports.
    I just saw this today as a pt...
  4. by   BeckyESRN
    A urology practice in a town I used to drive through had the best sign ever;
    Urology Associates, Doctors Long, Black, and Stiff. Sadly, Dr. Long has moved on and it's no longer as amusing
    As a cashier many years ago, I was handed a check from Mr. Dick Felatio(one L short, but you get the idea)-he said "Don't laugh" as he handed it to me...
    I know a couple who have 2 daughters: Kai (pronounce with a long I) and their oldest is Kailey (pronounced Kay-lee). They get SOOO angry when someone says Ka-I-lee instead
    Know a kid named John Andrew, mom freaked out when I said I was calling about John, because his name is Jack, but, you know, not really or legally. Sorry that I did not know your child's name was actually something other than what you named your child...
    While doing my NICU rotation I encountered:
    Special K -yep, like the drug or maybe the cereal?
    JD and DJ- twin girls, no meaning, not short for anything just letters

    And my parents thought my children's Irish names were strange
  5. by   NeuroRN88
    A couple of twin girls. Their names? La-a and La/a. Pronounced "la-dash-a" and "la-slash-a".
    Really?! How do you fill out a scantron? Pretty sure there are no punctuation options to bubble in.
  6. by   LadyLeopard
    I went to high school with a David Daves (who went by Dave) and a Russell Brown... who went by Rusty.
  7. by   Bat Lady
    One of my college professors was William A. Williams, and a popular TV announcer where I lived for many years was Bill (one assumes also William) Williams.
    When I worked neonatal, we had a baby girl come through named Chivas Aspen. Someone joked that perhaps those were the circumstances of her conception. Then there were the two daughters born to the same couple about 18 months apart, Camry Pearl and Castle Estelle.
  8. by   missnursingstudent19
    Hossenfeffer (middle name)
  9. by   No Stars In My Eyes
    Journey River (m)
    Rainbow Aurora (f)
    Hero (m)
    Heaven (f)
    Hendrix (m)
  10. by   RNAnnjeh
    New one this week....Greatness.
  11. by   ohzee64
    Shithead--- sorry but I actually had a couple from Iraq name their baby boy this (pronounced shee-THEAD)
  12. by   BeenThere2012
    When I worked in a Pediatric clinic and had to call out the names of patients to come in...Many parents who named their kids these , uhhem....unusual and unusually spelled names, they would be insulted if I didn't pronounce them correctly. As if...? I'm so sure...?
  13. by   BeenThere2012
    Quote from Spiker
    I posted somewhere in here about a new mom who gave birth while I was stationed @ Darnell Army Hospital, Fort Hood, TX (now it's Medical Center, I think). The girl spoke little English, & seeing the word "vagina" written on a patient information pamphlet about stages of childbirth. She too, wanted to name her daughter Vagina, rhymes with Regina. I think her soldier-husband managed to talk her out of it.