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A friend of mine just (about 9 months ago...) had a baby, with the middle name Perry. He was a "fifth" so there are (at least) four men with that name as a middle name before him.
I don't particularly care for it as a first name, and Rhett P
I really like this name-- it came up here maybe a week or two ago and I remember really liking it then.
I don't think it's too last- name-y, but I do think it has a different feel than Rhett. I don't 100% buy into sibsets though-- I think i
"A new baby is like the beginning of all things--wonder, hope, a dream of possibilities."
I really dislike it. Sorry.
Too feminine for a boy; too masculine for a girl.
I have a 5 year old, so all I can think of is Perry the Platypus on Phineas and Ferb.
sarbieb:It was my maiden name so I'm partial ...
Same here. However, I see it as 1
It's NMS, but I know male and female Perrys (and to address a PP, I also have known females named Barri/Bari, and there are both males and females Kerry/Cary). It's kind of unique. It's kind of last-namey, but a lot of kids have names that are similar
LMvW85:I don't like it. I also think it has a very different vibe from Rhett. Rhett is a bit more old fashioned and classic, Perry