What's The Weirdest Name You've Heard A Patient Name Her Baby? - page 76

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   KellNY
    Quote from rngreeneyez
    I have heard a few good ones..
    we had twins a few years ago. Orangejello,(orangello) and Yellowjello(ya-longello) of course it spelled orange and yellow jello..
    ha. ha. ha. Yeah, right.
    :trout:

    And maybe we shouldn't be using peoples last names without their consent?
  2. by   Pixiesmom
    Quote from RNsRWe
    I haven't read anywhere close to this whole thread yet, but something worries me about it: I wonder what it would be like to have the child whose name is posted here as a joke (or, the parents who named that child) see that message? Certainly the parents could have avoided the teasing by choosing another name, but what about the child?

    I realize a name itself isn't confidential (hey, they were born, right? no secrets violated there) but I'd hate to have them see the mocking in print this way. Just my humble opinion.
    Both of my children have unique names in fact I did a search on each of their names and they were somewhere in one of the weird/unique name posts. I myself have a unique name and I didn't meet anyone with the same first name until I was 30. Children will be teased about something during their lifetime whether it be their name, their hair, their clothes, the shape of their eyes (this happened to me), etc.

    I thoroughly enjoy reading these posts, so keep them coming.

    Oh and in case your wondering no I don't have the jello kids!
  3. by   sunseeker
    How about this for names ill fitted for their chosen profession. The first vet I ever used was Dr. Paine. When I had to put my cat to sleep I also used another vet named Dr. Payne. Painful!
  4. by   LeahJet
    Trimetrix Jenkins
  5. by   LDRNMOMMY
    Quote from nessy
    An ex-gf of a friend named her daughters Liberty and Justice.
    I think I may have been the nurse that attended to the delivery of Justice. The patient said she had a daughter at named Liberty. I was coming here to post those names when I read your post.
  6. by   Kwality
    Makavelli and Dartanyun
  7. by   alikatsn
    I wonder if anyone likes the name, Tiana Lee Chante (Shantay, accent on the "e").
  8. by   NHmommy
    Oh my...there are some doozys here.

    I know a family who named their son Tom. Not bad, but their last name is Sawyer!
    There was a baby in the daycare I used to work in whose name was Jerome...only they pronounced it like "Jeremy". "Jer-o-me". I guess phonetically it makes sense but boy... that poor kid probably had/has to explain what his name 'really' is all the time!
    Also, my friends niece is April Rayne.

    To each his/her own I guess!
  9. by   SportyNurse
    Well, they thought it was a mixup, and had to clarify with the mother...
    Her first daughter was named Regina (rah-gee-na)
    Well when she wrote out the name for her new baby girl... yup...
    Vagina.
    So the birth certificate lady said, "Oh, how do you pronounce that?"...
    (vah-gee-na).

    I hope she gets a nick-name.
  10. by   manda1027
    Well thank heavens my parents gave me a normal name, it could have been disasterous though...My grandfather wanted to name me after his mother...Winnie Bell...My name would have then been Winnie Bell Wilson..? Thank goodness my mom talked him out of that.

    I went to school with a girl whose name was Minka...not to bad, but strange.

    Also, a friend of mine named her son Ethan Allen (like the furniture).
  11. by   sister--*
    Misty Storm and then the last name. I thought it was odd at the time, but I think it's beautiful now!
    Last edit by sister--* on Aug 12, '06
  12. by   mojofla
    I worked with another RN who had a younger sister named MELENA. ...guess what ?...their mom was also a nurse. I literally died when I heard her name ..she was very pretty young girl...but melena? As nurses we know what that is or to refresh those who can't remember I just did a google and here is the definition...BLACK TARRY FOUL SMELLING STOOL....ugh...poor girl
  13. by   mojofla
    :chuckle oh...one more...took care of someone named Seymour(pronounced seemore) Busch(pronounced bush) in recovery room once.
    Hyman is another common name I have seen down here...
    note...don't name kids after body parts/pieces...LOL
    Last edit by mojofla on Aug 12, '06

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