More strange baby names - page 65

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   guiltysins
    I'm not a nurse yet but my sister's friends named her twins King and Queen. Maybe some people find that cute but I think it's ridiculous lol.
  2. by   rph3664
    I once saw an obituary for a woman whose maiden name was Queen King.
  3. by   MissRN07
    i had a patient that named her baby Jeiri Jeri (As first and Middle names)

    only she knows what that means or is
  4. by   missfixit
    Twin girls- Michelle and Knechelle
  5. by   sharpeimom
    oscar (first) mayer (last):d

    it was a birth announcement in the paper.
  6. by   klone
    Am I the only one who wishes this thread (and the other like it) would die a quiet death?
  7. by   bewitched
    Um. No offense, but if you don't like it don't read it? I love giggling at these funny names.
  8. by   klone
    Quote from miss jamie
    Um. No offense, but if you don't like it don't read it? I love giggling at these funny names.
    I don't. This is, I believe, the first time I've opened this thread. Every time it appears on the main page, I cringe.
  9. by   bewitched
    I guess I don't understand why it bugs you...?
  10. by   klone
    Because as an OB nurse, I guess I find it kind of disrespectful. Like we're mocking parents for their choices.

    Maybe it would be more appropriate on the "nursing humor" board.

    You need to understand - you've been here for what? two months? I've been here for YEARS. And this damn thread just won't freakin' die.
  11. by   themoreyouknow
    We had a baby named "Keystone" like the beer a few weeks ago, and this week a "Sam Adams". The parents were worried that it sounded like the beer by the same name.

    I'm an OB nurse too, and every OB nurse I work with has (at some point) mocked a parent for the "creative" names they come up with.

    On our floor we had 3 Jackson's - but not one was spelled Jackson. Jaxynn, Jacksyn, and Jaxxon.

    My husband's ex-wife just named her baby "Chanler" Chandler without the "d".

    When these kids go to school, what do the teachers think. I know what I think. "That goober can't spell".

    I love, love, LOVE my job, but I am so tired of moms who can't spell the baby's name. "I gotta look it up on my phone cause I'm not sure how to spell it." If YOU don't know how to spell it, you've probably picked the WRONG name.

    And please, for the love of all that is holy, no more Edwards, Bellas, and Jacobs. I would be ok if the Neveahs and the Landons stopped too. Every other kid. Yeah, I KNOW Neveah is heaven spelled backwards.

    I love unique names - especially when they mean something to the family. I hate when people take perfectly good names and add letters or take them away so they can be "original."

    ~Sherri
    "The new nurse thinks like a mom. The experienced nurse thinks like a lawyer."
  12. by   themoreyouknow
    Oh.. and speaking of weird names.

    My Grandmother was Arizona Winters before she married my grandfather and became Arizona Rash.

    ~Sherri
    "The new nurse thinks like a mom. The experienced nurse thinks like a lawyer."
    Last edit by themoreyouknow on Sep 20, '10 : Reason: spelling correction
  13. by   oregonmom
    my cousins named their kids Justice and Talon

    Two Oregon college football players, Jaquizz and LaMichael.
    Last edit by oregonmom on Sep 21, '10

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