More strange baby names - page 28

just had a unique baby name the other week....thought i'd share, and hope to continue this thread from earlier.... "strange baby names": strawberry :roll (thank goodness this was changed by the... Read More

  1. by   JUSTYSMOM
    Quote from bpowers
    I got teased a lot when growing up, my given name is BREE

    but what was almost worse was my maiden name PAYNE, I was always a Pain in the A**
    But I love your name! I think it is very pretty. What in the world were you teased about?

    My husband LOVES the name Brandy. So, if we ever have a girl, he wants to name her that. BUT, I don't want her to get teased. We already have people tell us that their dog's name is Brandy. Or they say stuff like "Brandy wine". I hate that! Names that are are so pretty can just get ripped to shreds!
  2. by   RNKITTY04
    My cousin named his girl... Crystal Waters. My husband said it sounds like a pole dancers name ! :chuckle
  3. by   fotografe
    Quote from kittylvr
    I had a patient with the first name Dorkus, can you imagine how she was teased in school? Poor lady!
    Must be an old name -- I was doing genealogy research and I have an ancestor named Dorkus -- a female name -- and I think they were German. Still not a name I would revive!
  4. by   profjanmc
    Went to school with a guy named Rock Ripple, he's a doc now, and Rick Shaw. The best one was a lady who named her baby meconium because it sounded french! Yep, french for baby poop.... :chuckle
  5. by   fotografe
    Quote from dawngloves
    This legened is mentioned I think twice in this thread.:roll Do you all work at the same hospital??
    Mine were born in suburbs of Chicago in late 70's.
  6. by   tantalus
    Delivered a boy to be baptised Ben Dover.....no joke...not even Benjamin !!
  7. by   rndani
    Most unusual name I've ever heard at work--Abcdee (pronounced AB C Dee--like rhapsody). It was a name the mother came up with when she was 12. All the names (hers and her sisters) ended in double ee and she wanted to keep the tradition alive.

    Also, a couple on their 3rd baby--Jet. He had brother Fox and sister Silver.
    Last edit by rndani on Aug 6, '04
  8. by   NurseUBack2Healh
    My sister named her little girl Spencer Rose.... which was odd coming from a family of fairly mainstream names...

    Then she did it again with her other little girl... Naming her Sawyer Lynn....

    My daughter couldn't say Sawyer Lynn.... so instead, she called her soiled linens.... funny to me, the nurse... not so funny to my sister

    And my husband's sister named her little girl.... India Rain..... Kinda cute, but different for sure
  9. by   findingmywayRN
    I read a birth announcement in the paper a while ago and saw a child named Fantasy Skyy Princess. At least she won't have to worry about other classmates having the same name!!
  10. by   bam_bam
    Took care of a baby last night with the strangest name. X just plain X! I just don't know what people are thinking!
  11. by   Megsd
    My roommate's grandpa's first (or middle -- I forget) name is K, and that's what he goes by. My roommate decided to follow suit and try to name his children single-letter names. I'm trying to convince him that that's not a smart idea, so we struck a compromise -- our cat is named Q.

    Meghan
  12. by   hipab4hands
    Quote from RNLaborNurse4U
    Just had a unique baby name the other week....thought I'd share, and hope to continue this thread from earlier.... "strange baby names":

    Strawberry :roll (thank goodness this was changed by the adoptive parents)


    ~Jennifer
    Child's first name was Para Last name: Graff
    Father of child :0tto Last name:Graff

    I'm not making this up. These are real names
  13. by   nurseboudin
    OMG! A child at my cousin's daycare is named PLAYA. He's 5 years old and carries his own cell phone. He has little three-piece suits and everything.

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