I can't imagine being an 80-year old named "Brittany." :/
Other names I don't think age well: Whitney, Jessica, Chelsea, Maddox, Jaime...
Am I the only one who thinks about this ****?
La - a
(Also known as Ladasha, if you don't get it) We'll see how that goes down in the future.
My name won't. When I get old I want to be called 'Marie', I like that name, actually.
Is that actually your name?
I already have an old woman name, Marion. My daughter is still mad at me for her old woman name, Norma. But I love names that aren't cutsie.
Original Post by flygirl152:
Yeah sounds like a great hockey name to me! We named our son Bauer, which is a hockey equipment brand. My husband is very into hockey, but it was actually me who came up with the name. It's kinda on the different side but at least people should be able to pronounce and spell it, plus I think it sounds masculine enough.
My husbands name is Robert which has been passed down and alternated with the name Martin for many generations in his family. We broke the pattern when we named our son, but we did give him the middle name Robert so it could somewhat continue. He goes by Bob as most Roberts do. Our 2 year old calls him Daddy Bob when he is trying to get his attention.
My name was not at all popular 30 years ago when I got it, but their are tons of little girls running around now with the name Brooke.
One of my favorite names is Lena for a girl. Lena was my Great Grandmothers name and I have always adored it.
At least you picked Bauer and not Sherwood or Koho! *grin*
I am glad that you guys like the names we picked out. We thought people would think we were weird for such nerd/scientific names. ;)
my name (jade) is most commonly used in amongst asians (im not racist whatsoever,i love asians (lol) im just stating a fact) and....well.......strippers.