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What name would you absolutely NEVER name your newborn son or daughter?
Elvis! lol! when my son was born the girl in the next bed to mine called her son Elvis! All you could hear all day was ELVIS! yes she yelled his name in a voice that could break a window! lol! makes me shudder to think about it, even 30 years on! lol!
One name? I have a list of nearly 300-500! My husband and I made the decision to not use any of our former students' names, which is quite a diverse list.
I'd have to agree with Nell, though, about Elvis. My husband almost had that as part of his name since his father was a huge Elvis fan, but his parents settled on Presley as a middle name instead.
One name that is becoming popular now that I don't really like is Greyson or Grayson. To me, it's too connected too Fifty Shades of Grey, and I don't think I'd want to think of that every time I used my child's name!
Probably any of the names that celebrities use - apple, buddy bear, pilot inspektor, tu morrow... I mean, come on! Those poor kids!
Also, Jesus, Richard, Keith, Aimee, Barbara, Cheryl, anything that sounds like a stripper or hooker.
A better question would be what names WOULD I consider
There are so many names I would never even consider, most of them consist of food. Apple, Peach, Sugar, anything like that is a definate NO! I would never name my child after a celebrity either as they have a tendency to come and go. I honestly stick with family names or something I have loved for a long time (and of course my husband agreed with). I have an IzaBella, a Triniy and a Benjamin. Their names so fit them and I couldn't have chosen any better!
Not joking, it's an Indian name.
http://community.babycenter.com/post/a2 … not_joking
This was a loaded question when I was married to my ex husband whose last name was Mann. We had the worst time thinking of names.
I considered Harrison for one of our sons, but Harry Mann as a nickname would've been horrible. (hairy man)
As a joke, we always threw around to friends the possiblities of:
Or a girl:
.... a boy named Sue....
There are just too many to list.
I would never name a child after me, or use Jr. or III, etc. Each human is unique. He should have a unique identification. I have a son. My wife wanted to name him after me, with a different middle name. I said I wanted the child, who is now a man, to have his own name and identity. We came to agree.
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