More strange baby names - page 33

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
    A friend of my co-worker recently named her daughter Emsley. Never heard of that one before.

    I also knew of someone naming their daughter Charlie. My old boss named her daughter Dillon. My friend's daughter's name is DeLaney (which I think is cute).

    My 5 year old son is growing up with girl Dillons, boy Dylans, girl Jordyn's, boy Jordan's, girl Taylor's, boy Taylor's, girl Dakota's, boy Dakota's, so on and so forth.

    But then again that's a whole nother thread to start...
  2. by   Jen2
    I know a girl who named her children Kashmiere (girl), Isylnd (girl), and Oner (boy). Oh Boy!
  3. by   June55Baby
    Knew a girl once named Metomorrow. During a visit, her mama's OB told her she was in early labor and said, "You'll probably see me tomorrow."

    She went into labor that night and had the baby the next day and named her Metomorrow... go figure!

    Also, knew a nursing student who named her baby Patella! Hummmmm.....
  4. by   PsychoGirl
    my parents named me Adrianne after rocky's girlfriend in the Rocky movies
    my brother dated a girl who's name was Birchie (i think it was a southern family name)
    my mom named my bro Edward Arthur because Arthur means bear -- his name is Edward bear -- like winnie the pooh
    my sister is lilia rose
    mom's name is Nanette Geralyn
    also have a relative named George Washington B________
    I have an aunt named Twila (again i think it's a southern family name)
    my mom works with a guy named Tom Thompson --which i just think is silly and lacks any originality
    I've always liked having a slightly odd name because I never had anyone in my classes with the same name -- I went to a small catholic school where we had 30 people in my class and that included SIX Jennifer's
  5. by   stevierae
    [QUOTE=-- I went to a small catholic school where we had 30 people in my class and that included SIX Jennifer's[/QUOTE]

    I am guessing, but were you born in approximately 1973? I worked newborn nursery in the Navy that year--seemed like every female baby was a Jennifer and every male baby was a Justin--

    After "Roots" came out, I remember reading a letter in Time magazine that said, "I predict that in 7 years, every 1st grade classroom in the counry will have at least one, and more likely several, African-American boys named "Kunta-"

    Sure enough, I have since met many grown up Kuntas--
  6. by   LTC_LPN
    A girl I work with named her daughter Pajama Pinky....and pronounces her name as "paj-a-may pinn-kay". (yeah, this is arkansas...) [QUOTE=stevierae]
    Quote from -- I went to a small catholic school where we had 30 people in my class and that included SIX Jennifer's[/QUOTE
    I am guessing, but were you born in approximately 1973? I worked newborn nursery in the Navy that year--seemed like every female baby was a Jennifer and every male baby was a Justin--

    After "Roots" came out, I remember reading a letter in Time magazine that said, "I predict that in 7 years, every 1st grade classroom in the counry will have at least one, and more likely several, African-American boys named "Kunta-"

    Sure enough, I have since met many grown up Kuntas--
  7. by   hock1
    I went to school with a boy named Harold Bott. Everybody called him Harry Butt. When I had children I carefully chose names that didn't spell out anything with initals and didn't sound like anything. For example: Michelle Lynn sounds nice until said together. It sounds like the tire company Michelin. What are these parents thinking? Poor kids.
  8. by   NurseyBaby'05
    Quote from PsychoGirl
    my parents named me Adrianne after rocky's girlfriend in the Rocky movies
    my brother dated a girl who's name was Birchie (i think it was a southern family name)
    my mom named my bro Edward Arthur because Arthur means bear -- his name is Edward bear -- like winnie the pooh
    my sister is lilia rose
    mom's name is Nanette Geralyn
    also have a relative named George Washington B________
    I have an aunt named Twila (again i think it's a southern family name)
    my mom works with a guy named Tom Thompson --which i just think is silly and lacks any originality
    I've always liked having a slightly odd name because I never had anyone in my classes with the same name -- I went to a small catholic school where we had 30 people in my class and that included SIX Jennifer's
    We had an Aunt Twila on my mom's side and nobody thought anything of it until my four brothers (who were 3,5,6 &7 ) all started calling her "Aunt Twila Paper"! :chuckle :roll OMG!
  9. by   Mimi2RN
    I had a newborn named Exzavier. Mom looked at my report sheet, and told me I'd spelled his name wrong (I'd written Xavier). She wanted to be different! Poor kid.
  10. by   coolatta19
    after all your funny post, and weird names, I guess Apple isn't so bad after all!
  11. by   merricat
    well, gwyneth paltrow named her daughter apple. my friend has a little boy named cash, which i actually think is kind of cute, and a daughter named justice.
  12. by   debRN0417
    I have twin Aunts named Ova and Nova. The one named Nova is nicknamed Jig. Twin cousins named Artie and Archie (Artie is a girl). Had an uncle named Bab. Had an Aunt named Arkie. My family is full of "different names". Thank goodness they skipped my generation! But then again, my niece decided to name all of her children after their father Dannie, theres' Dakota Dannie, Danielle, Danessia, and Danna and another one on the way, I think....All of my sisters and I have names that start with D and end with a (Della, Donna, Danta, Deloria, and Debra)...hummmmm
  13. by   KYDentedAngel
    Knew a couple who had the first names of Ben and Gay. Had a mom recently name her little girl Magnolia Joy (I only pray she doesn't call her "Little Blossom" as a nickname).

    Had a male patient in nursing school named Tunney Bell. He named his son Tunney, Jr. and his daughter Tunnea...

    Lisa

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