What's The Weirdest Name You've Heard A Patient Name Her Baby? - page 52
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
Mar 26, '06I know a mother who named her baby girl Melena
Definition of Melena
Melena: Stools or vomit stained black by blood pigment or dark blood products
I also Worked with a man called Tracy
[banana]We Want Latex Free Gloves[/banana]Last edit by Fran_Nurse on Mar 26, '06
Mar 26, '06Without a doubt, the oddest one so far was, Oliver Dracula.
The parents were into the 'Goth' culture.
Mar 26, '06Not a nurse yet, but my dad wanted to name me Itsadoll.
It's a doll! My last name is House, Itsadoll House
Mar 27, '06Shi-thead
NO that's not a joke...she was a young Hispanic woman...not that it makes a difference...but it still looks funny
We got a little chuckle out of that one, for sure.
Mar 27, '06Dusty Clough (which they pronounce "cloth")
Oh, just remembered Sabean. They kept saying "It's a bean" in baby talk to the baby, you know how we do. It turned into Sabean.
My brother named his son Ceasar (what that kid has to live up to!)Last edit by quiltncatch on Mar 27, '06
Mar 27, '06Recently we had to talk a patient out of naming her baby what sounded like shutosh but when we asked her to spell it it was, sh*ta**. We told her there was no way we were going to put that on that babies birth certificate.
Then we had a hispanic couple think we had already named the baby and they liked it, Female.
Talking about the blue thing, have a friend whose babies middle name is sky and their last name is blue.
Then there was one Whose name was Crystal Lier, wasn't to bad until you put the middle name in it. Crystal Shanda Lier.
Mar 27, '06My mom named me Sequin......to this day I don't like it and people rarely pronounce it right... UGH!!!!!
Mar 27, '06heard of a mother naming her cild orangejello, because she ate a lot of it while she was pregnant. its pronounced, orahnjello. he second child was lemanjello, pronounced, lemahnjello. a little strange...dont you think?
Mar 27, '06That one's been posted a thousand times already Greenjanell. Please think of something original.
Mar 27, '06Quote from EeyoreHi all! This is the first post I have ever made. I usually just look.....but I have to say that I cannot believe Miranda is being put in with the weird name thread.......this is my name by the way, and while it is not that common, I have never thought of it as weird, I had a girl in my high school graduating class named this also.... oh wellHow about these...Miranda, Cymphany, Drako, and Dravin...Names of nieces/nephews. My niece Carisma just named her baby Enchantment, I swear I tried to talk her out of it.
while I am posting I might as well say that my Dad swears to me that he went to school with a guy name Lon Moore.:spin:Last edit by teddybear_scrubs on Mar 27, '06
Mar 27, '06Quote from teddybear_scrubsMiranda is a great name - not weird at all. I work with one whose nickname is "Randi".Hi all! This is the first post I have ever made. I usually just look.....but I have to say that I cannot believe Miranda is being put in with the weird name thread.......this is my name by the way, and while it is not that common, I have never thought of it as weird, I had a girl in my high school graduating class named this also.... oh well
while I am posting I might as well say that my Dad swears to me that he went to school with a guy name Lon Moore.:spin:
Mar 27, '06Duribg my clinical rotation in OB I had a patient who named her daughter camry alexus mercedes and another to name her daughter pinkie(named after the father's grandmother). Poor babies.