Baby names?

ace_of_something

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I like names that can't end in an 'ie' sound no matter how hard you try. (like Lucy, Douggie, Murry or Molly) as there are WAY to many of them in this culture.
I have discussed this with my lady once or twice; a boy Magnus after my late brother (although there is the very real danger of him being called Maggie or as we called my brother Magni) a girl Laura because we both like it and have many nice friends named Laura.
 

Sindaine

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Auset Celine for a girl; Constantine James for a boy. But I don't plan to have any.
 

SenseOfTumour

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All I'd go with as far as naming rules, try to find something that works for a kid and an adult. Also, don't name them after anyone famous.

For instance, there's a generation of Kylies now.

What happens if Kylie Minogue went into porn or became a serial killer, you've just made your kid's school life a bit tougher.
 

Glerken

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Ya. And I'm going to name my kid Glerken.
Ya, I'm serious.
Hey, at least it's unique...
 

Lukirre

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I've always liked the name "Kenneth" for males. It's very formal, and it's the kind of name that can stick with someone through life.

I don't know why, but to me there are some names that just don't suit adults, and some that just don't suit children.

I'm not sure about a female, though. I'm still trying to find a name that fits with the above statement.
 

TheTygerfire

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ravensheart18 said:
TheTygerfire said:
And last time I checked the women are volunteers and not raped or forced into getting pregnant, so if they're traumatized then it's their own fault.
And where do you think you can find a woman who will just "volunteer" to let you use her as a birthing machine and then just give you the baby?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surrogacy

Now use your brain before you post from now on.
 
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1. Yes when I find the right wife...*or if I knock someone up*
2. You've given me alot to think about. I may name a boy after my father and me to continu the shared name thing.*it's important to some people,don't complain* :)
A girl....hmm maybe Sara that sounds nice.
 

AbsoluteVirtue18

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1)Of course I want kids and want to get married, but only after I have a stable job and such.
2)I want a girl first named Kira because it sounds so badass, and then two twin boys named Acheron and Styxx.
 

hotacidbath

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Yes, I would like to have children in the future. I'm also probably going to be lazy and give them family names like everyone else in this family has done. Lots of Johns, Alberts, Jeans, Franks and Anns. I'll go with some combination of those. Albert Jean Frank Ann John has a nice ring to it.
 

Dommyboy

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TheTygerfire said:
bodyklok said:
TheTygerfire said:
bodyklok said:
No I don't want kids, but if I had any they would be called.

Kratos.

PS I hope your adoption goes well.
lol adoption.
Well I don't see why thats funny. I just assumed that, since you were gay you were going to adopt/buy off ebay/steal a baby. Rather than have a sex change operation or something like that.
.....you don't know how the human body works, do you?

Also, I quiet like my penis right where it is, thank you...
Yes, I reckon it suits you. I like the detail and the shadow effects of it as well. Quite the smart choice there. Though ever tried interior design to brighten it up?

Krystal is a nice name though I'm starting to think otherwise after all the Starfox rule 34 porn. Maybe Nicco for a boy as well. I'm not that good with names.
 

Aura Guardian

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TheTygerfire said:
A child's name is something extremely important. You need to have it either down before hand or come up with it pretty quick after birth, or the whole certificate thing will be difficult. And you have to choose something that the won't want to change after 18 years.

The two questions posed here are

1) Are you planning on having any children? and
2) Have you thought about any possible names for said children?

Me? Hell yes I'm having kids. My boyfriend and I (homo, just getting it out of the way to avoid confusion) have been set on it since our relationship got into the "last forever" zone.
Right now the names we've chosen are Krystal for a girl, and Tyler for a boy. Planning on one of each.

EDIT: For fucks sake, how many trolls does it take to get a clue....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surrogacy
^^^That's how, now shut it.
Well that's good that you and your boyfriend are getting a child. My girlfriend and I aren't planning on getting a child. At least not yet. And those names fit well for your children.
 

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Siiner said:
Can't have children due to radiation (Not sure where the hell I got irradiated) but if I could, I would name a son Razputan and a daughter Kelana.
yea... wait, What? Your Irradiated?How?

Woah I've gotta hear about this
 

Siiner

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Goldbling said:
Siiner said:
Can't have children due to radiation (Not sure where the hell I got irradiated) but if I could, I would name a son Razputan and a daughter Kelana.
yea... wait, What? Your Irradiated?How?

Woah I've gotta hear about this
I said it in my first post, I don't know how the hell it happened.
 

NoNameMcgee

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I'm not entirely sure whether I want kids or not, I love kids, but having one of my own? The novelty may wear off a little, especially because i'm hugely squeamish and having to wipe up poop doesn't sound particularly appealing to me.

But, i've always liked the name Sophie for a girl. :)

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But seriously, I have to ask from what i've read, are you really buying the baby? I'm completely for same-sex couples having babies, but I was under the impression this usually happens through a female friend after her consent, or adoption. I mean just finding a desperate woman who needs money to have your baby for you? Is that really what you want for yourselves and your child?

I'm not going to be a dick and tell you what you should and shouldn't do, i'm just curious why you choose this over other options.
 

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never though about it, but I consider that Bianca is a great name for a girl. Haven't thought about a male name.