What's The Weirdest Name You've Heard A Patient Name Her Baby? - page 180

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   bear530
    how about toiletta. The baby was born in the toilet
  2. by   sharpeimom
    Quote from drgnys30
    my friend texted me the other day saying they had a baby born at her hospital and they named him....(white boy baby) absolute lee white.......no lie......i just have to shake my head at some people.....
    that kid will either be in therapy when he's 12 or be a card carrying kkk member. poor baby has a tough life ahead of him. my:

  3. by   rph3664
    Quote from bear530
    how about toiletta. The baby was born in the toilet

    Did she have a sister named Latrina?
  4. by   L&Dgddss
    i have had PATIENTS that were named Gonorilda and Syphilis (pronounced si-fill-is) LOL
  5. by   Cyn2school
    La-a..... "La Dasha"
  6. by   Misty1
    Do you guys relise this thread has been going on sense 2002 I love it
  7. by   outrunningzombies
    I love my boyfriend, but he is named Braynard Hassel. He's a 3rd, too.

    There's not gonna be any 4th
  8. by   obrn22
    I had a couple that had Wolverine, Excaliber and Hercules!! I almost laughed in front of them!!
  9. by   SugarPlum2003
    I have seen the name "Onasti" it looks like "oh nasty" but it is pronounced as "honesty". Weird!
  10. by   sharpeimom
    i went to elementary school with three siblings. nicholas... nicholi...nichole... those were the mom's spellings.

  11. by   dscrn
    Reddfreddie Andruddi....mom had some psych issues, said that she liked all the d's
  12. by   BCgradnurse
    I worked with a physician whose name is Rock E. Ripple. I guess he didn't let the name hold him back!
  13. by   wacberry
    Pajama pronounced by the mother as "Pij-a-may-a". When asked where she had come up with the name she said the JC Penney catalog. Honest!! Another was La-a. Pronounced by the mother as "La dash a". She said the - was not silent.