What's The Weirdest Name You've Heard A Patient Name Her Baby? - page 146

Hi, I was wondering about some of those weird names that you've probably encountered in L&D and PP. I remember when I had my maternity rotation a couple of weeks ago, one of the nurses said she... Read More

  1. by   maxybehr
    My sister names her first daughter, Sunshynne Rae and her second, Summer Marie.

    I have heard a few crazy ones at work but never kept them in my head. Now I knowthis thread is here so i will keep an ear out for some crazies.
  2. by   mommy2boysaz
    Just had a patient name her baby, Precious Angel. Last name: Stoner.
    Sisters names are Asia and Passion....Stoner.
  3. by   meow2_RN
    I asked a pt once what the name of the baby girl was... she said
    Moonbeam Sunrise-Cherry now mind you their last name is a very very common and they have 2 son's whos name are John and Brian... I asked her how she came up with that name she said she was conceved at sunrise and she loves cherries and thinks moonbeams are pretty... It took all i could do not to laugh..
  4. by   santhony44
    I went to nursing school with a Queen Esther. It's a name I've run into several times among older Southern African-American ladies (my classmate was younger than most I've seen).
  5. by   rddsnurse
    Papa Demba Diak My personal favorite "Weird" one. But he was the cutest one of them all.
  6. by   ink10300
    Quote from babygee
    when i was still a BSN student, i overheard a dad saying he wanted his newborn daughter to be named after his ex-GF.....SHOKLAH! waaaaattt???
    Wow! Nothings should be shocking anymore. Sounds like an episode of Jerry Springer..
    :chuckle
  7. by   rn/writer
    Quote from renah2k
    then there was the couple that had john wayne and kirk douglas, and the quadruplets all named after texas towns and counties: travis, austin, katy, carroll.
    those aren't bad at all. they could have ended up with galveston, el paso, corpus christi, and san antonio.
  8. by   Jamesdotter
    I don't mind hearing of people being named for towns, etc. (after all, Florence Nightingale was named for the city where she was born, I think), but I really don't want to hear that that was where they were conceived!
  9. by   dwetherelt
    One mom named her little girl Meconium. An RN said "you can't name her that, it's baby poop!" and mom said, "but on one knows that". Kept the name . . .
  10. by   IlovebabyfeetRN
    Here is a list of previous NICU graduates for whom I have cared:

    Black Dragon

    Unique (that he was...all twelve pounds of him)

    Dainja (with his siblings Chaos and Misery)

    Female (thank god it was actually a girl infant)

    Katiria (pronounced a little too much like diarrhea)

    D'sani (water anyone?)

    I am sure I could think of others, but these are what first came to mind.

    And...no offense to anyone here...but I would be happy to not see the names Jayden or Javian for at least six months.

    Oh yeah...Junior. Not like David Smith Jr. Just Junior.

    What happens when these poor children go to school or try to get a decent job????

    You gotta have a license to drive and register to vote and fill out many piles of paperwork to own a car or a house...but to have a baby......???
  11. by   KidsRNstill
    Just saw this name in a birth announcement in the local paper---


    the ever popular Neveah, with middle name Amazin......

    Neveah Amazin
  12. by   rph3664
    I recently heard about a baby named Angel Nevaeh, but let's cut the parents some slack because she lived just 3 days.

    :angel2:
  13. by   cassioo
    On one of the Judge shows today the lady's name was Candida made me think of yeast.
    We had a daddy this week "what's your name for the birth certificate" Leroy Leroy Jones Jr thanks goodness they had a girl

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