What's The Weirdest Name You've Heard A Patient Name Her Baby? - page 254

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   DizzyLizzyNurse
    Quote from new2manage
    Septymbre (That's right, September!) And the baby was actually born in August.
    Was she due in September lol?
  2. by   egglady
    Is it time for someone to claim that they've seen twins named Orangejello and Lemonjello yet? Because if it is I totally took care of their mom last week. For real. I'm sure you will all find these names as shocking as I did, having never ever heard them before.'

    I have seen them!! I work in LTC and they live in my nursing home! They had kids, they named there daughters Jane and Michelle. The sons are Mike and Joseph!!! Each time I take care of them I have an amazing craving for jello!!!
  3. by   No Stars In My Eyes
    I'm having a severe case of deja vu.
  4. by   RN_PICU
    Last week I had a 4 yo girl: Karma. I couldn't hold back bus reference
  5. by   punkydoodlesRN
    I had forgotten about this until my brother was attempting to get a passport last week and ran across his *original* bc...

    His name was spelled correctly on the form (my mom has a copy) but the office of vital stats turned Gordon into Gardun.

    I had tears running last night from laughing at my brother... My mom said it took almost TWO YEARS! to get it fixed!! (my mom is a K teacher and has immaculate handwriting!! Someone was asleep writing in info!)
  6. by   retiredL&Drn
    twins named "Lucipher" and "Satan"- no kidding. No amount of visits from social workers, hospital admin, the state could convince mom to change her mind, poor babies
  7. by   punkydoodlesRN
    Quote from retiredL&Drn
    twins named "Lucipher" and "Satan"- no kidding. No amount of visits from social workers, hospital admin, the state could convince mom to change her mind, poor babies
    Breaks my heart. Had a Cocain Lucifer earlier in the year, but I'm thankful that the sweet baby wasn't on this earth long and never had to bear his name.
  8. by   Jamesdotter
    Quote from retiredL&Drn
    twins named "Lucipher" and "Satan"- no kidding. No amount of visits from social workers, hospital admin, the state could convince mom to change her mind, poor babies
    Sometimes I think we should have laws, as they do in some European countries, that don't allow certain names (Holland, I think, for one)
  9. by   Casper5915
    I went to school with a girl named Magic and her sister's name was sparkle. My sister went to school with a girl named Pepsi. Crazy names. My mom's great aunt was named Pansy Blossom! I also have twin cousins named Random and Blayze, their younger brother is named Kraven.
    Last edit by Casper5915 on Nov 16, '11 : Reason: forgot to add info
  10. by   No Stars In My Eyes
    Is Random a 'girls' name or a 'boys' name? I used to know a guy named Ransom; he said the story of his life was everybody always saying to him..."Don't pay the Ransom".....
    I wonder if Sparkle's folks used to watch "Laugh-In"; there was a recurring skit with The Farkle Family, and the youngest dgt. was Sparkle Farkle.
  11. by   No Stars In My Eyes
    Posted this elsewhere because it's not about a mother naming her baby; I saw in an obit for a guy in his 90's, his dad was named ANACIN !
  12. by   serenity1
    Ya Hyness....for a boy!!
  13. by   No Stars In My Eyes
    Quote from serenity1
    Ya Hyness....for a boy!!
    I want to post a big, laughing mouth here .... but I am afraid that poster would come back with "RESPECT the NAME!!" again.
    I'm sorry, but 'Ya Hyness' is funny!

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