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Had named your LO?
And this is not to mean that all teen moms make bad name decisions, but I would have.
I LOVED-- like pink puffy heart loved-- the name Raven. I swore up and down that was what I was going to name my first kid-- boy or girl.
I guess it was just me with questionable teenage tastes
i didn't use any of them........and don't really love any of them anymore.
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I remember saying once when I was about 14 or 15 that if I had a son, I would name him David Michael. I still like the name but I probably wouldn't choose it now if I had a son.
My girl names at 14 would have been a disaster. Heck, even in college they probably would have still been a disaster. I was all about the cutesy names with terrible spellings. I used to LOVE Rylie (yes, that spelling) for a girl. I would never ever consider it now.
For a girl, it would have been Scout (I had just read TKAM for the first time) or Emily - I was in love with that name forever. DH and I named our dog Scout, but Emily (while a very pretty name) doesn't make the cut anymore.
For a boy, it would have been Jack - which is what we named DS!
Helenahhandbasket:I LOVED-- like pink puffy heart loved-- the name Raven. I swore up and down that was what I was going to name my first kid-- boy or girl.
S/O Raven, my cousin had a dog named Raven then went on to name her DD Raven. It was especially weird, considering that the dog was still alive at the time.
Ewych82: Helenahhandbasket:I LOVED-- like pink puffy heart loved-- the name Raven. I swore up and down that was what I was going to name my first kid-- boy or girl.S/O Raven, my cousin had a dog named Raven then went on to name her DD Raven. It was especially weird, considering that the dog was still alive at the time.
The girl would have been Liana, which is DD's MN now. For boys, I liked sharper sounding names that, at the time, I thought sounded kinda sufer- Scott, Kevin, Derek...
I wouldn't use any of those boy names now.
CNJ4EVA:Girl: Aysis pronounced Isis .
Oh, it's so bad that it's good.
Katrina or Bethany
I only had girl names in mind at that age for some reason
Girl:Joey My grandmothers name. STILL wish I could.
Boy: Any name my future hubby wanted as bargaining grounds to use Joey as girls FN. Haha.
Welcome to the future 14 year old me. Your ploy didn't work!
I loved and wanted to named kids after my favourite cartoon characters.
girls - Georgie, Sandy, Sara
boys - Abel, Arthur, Ronni
Renae for a girl or Donovan or Timothy for a boy. Our oldest had the middle name of Renae and my husband veto'd Timothy but Donovan is a first runner for a boy - should we ever have one.
ETA: I also loved Jordan for a girl, but my sister took that for one of her daughters so I had to take it off my list. I still do love it, but I'm one of those ones that doesn't mind some boys names on girls.
Daughter #1 - February 12, 2010
natural m/c March 11, 2011 at 8 1/2 weeks
Daughter #2 - January 11, 2012
Ectopic pregnancy discovered November 6, 2012 at 6 weeks
Started our exploration into the world of international adoption June 2012. We have no idea what this is going to look like but we are excited to find out!
Chloe and Crystal were my names. I never thought about boys names!
Girl: Something equally as ridiculous!