A relative had a baby boy a few months back: Liam Alexander. A list explains itself.
Harper? For a girl?
It's either because there was a lot of "chatter" about Harper Lee last year or it's a celebrity baby name.
Rick, you just aren't keeping up with the trends. One of my sisters named her daughter Brooklyn. (My mother was trying to convince her to make it Brooke Lynn.)
I think we need a list od people *changing* their names. I, personally, now wish to be knows as D. Allen Coffin.
I'm glad to see you spell "Allen" correctly.
Susan St. James was on a talk show once telling the story of get daughter, Sunshine. Sunshine wanted to change her name.SSJ: "To what?"Sunshine: "Tiffany Suzanne."SSJ: "We're sticking with Sunshine."
My brother's wife had a 6 year old daughter from her first marriage when they got married. Her given name was "Love" (as she was born in 1974. By the time we met her she had changed it to "Autumn" but was thinking of changing it to Jennifer. Her mother told her to wait until she was 18 and then decide for herself.Current name? Well, perhaps she wouldn't want me to say it here. (Not Jennifer.)
Bill, my mother had intended it to be "Alan," but she filled out the form while still somewhat anesthetized, and spelled it right.
Good for her. That's my grandfather's name, my name, and my son's name.
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