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need help picking baby name. Christina Sanderson Due November 11; Pembroke, Georgia 21 posts
23rd Aug '12

my sister passed away in october. In febuary I found out I was expecting and its a girl. I need help choosing a name. My sisters name was Nikki Gray

Mama Van D 18 kids; Unity, Maine 2454 posts
23rd Aug '12

Were you planning on naming her after your sister? Or are these two things unrelated? I'm confused.

Justine's Mama Due November 28; 1 child; Boynton Beach, Florida 1939 posts
23rd Aug '12

I am not good with names. If you are trying to use your sister's name, put Nikki in there some were, middle name maybe?

Lotus Mama Due January 19; 1 child; British Columbia 1501 posts
23rd Aug '12

Nicole is nice and she could be called Nicky or Nikki for short. I like the idea of using it as a middle name and coming up with something just for baby as a first name.

Lady.Weiser Michigan 3638 posts
23rd Aug '12

Grayling Nica
Nilana Grey
and here is list of all names created using all the letters in her name:



http://www.nameplayground.com/Nikki,%20Gray

Shannon Schadt-Buckley Due October 16; 68 kids; Colorado Springs, Colorado 1259 posts
23rd Aug '12

Grace Nicole?

~~My Pet Wussy~~ 3 kids; USA 23722 posts
23rd Aug '12

I would use Nicole as a middle name.
I personally wouldn't want to have the same first names someone that just died, would be awkward.
Nikki is a nickname though and Gray is a surname and masculine so won't work for a girls name.

Lady.Weiser Michigan 3638 posts
23rd Aug '12
Quoting ~~My Pet Wussy~~:" I would use Nicole as a middle name. I personally wouldn't want to have the same first names someone ... [snip!] ... just died, would be awkward. Nikki is a nickname though and Gray is a surname and masculine so won't work for a girls name."


To: Pet Wussy = please keep your nasty comments to yourself. Can you not understand, some people here do NOT care what you think. How are your comments helpful, and warranted here?
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OP - Hope you find a name here, giving your little one her own special name, http://www.nameplayground.com/Nikki,%20Gray

Shannon Schadt-Buckley Due October 16; 68 kids; Colorado Springs, Colorado 1259 posts
23rd Aug '12

I love the name Gray for a girl... and one of my children is named for a dear departed friend and my grandmother who passed. Dont listen to lemon face.

Christina Sanderson Due November 11; Pembroke, Georgia 21 posts
23rd Aug '12

I wanted to name her after my sister. I thought her first name would be Gracelynn.Since it has gray somewhat in it and my sisters first name was just Nikki. So i was thinking gracelynn nicole? It kinda has the same thing as nikki gray...

Mama Van D 18 kids; Unity, Maine 2454 posts
23rd Aug '12
Quoting Shannon Schadt-Buckley:" I love the name Gray for a girl... and one of my children is named for a dear departed friend and my grandmother who passed. Dont listen to lemon face."


And... cue the 2nd grade insults...?



I actually really like Gracelynn Nichole.

Shannon Schadt-Buckley Due October 16; 68 kids; Colorado Springs, Colorado 1259 posts
23rd Aug '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Christina Sanderson:</b>" I wanted to name her after my sister. I thought her first name would be Gracelynn.Since it has gray somewhat ... [snip!] ... it and my sisters first name was just Nikki. So i was thinking gracelynn nicole? It kinda has the same thing as nikki gray..."</blockquote>



I think that is a very pretty name. And thats not just becaue i put Grace Nicole lol. Really very pretty :)

~~My Pet Wussy~~ 3 kids; USA 23722 posts
23rd Aug '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Shannon Schadt-Buckley:</b>" I love the name Gray for a girl... and one of my children is named for a dear departed friend and my grandmother who passed. Dont listen to lemon face."</blockquote>




Gray is not feminine what so ever at all.

~~My Pet Wussy~~ 3 kids; USA 23722 posts
23rd Aug '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Christina Sanderson:</b>" I wanted to name her after my sister. I thought her first name would be Gracelynn.Since it has gray somewhat ... [snip!] ... it and my sisters first name was just Nikki. So i was thinking gracelynn nicole? It kinda has the same thing as nikki gray..."</blockquote>




Grace would be really cute. It sounds very similar to gray but is super feminine.
The-lyn ending is very trendy and overdone.

Shannon Schadt-Buckley Due October 16; 68 kids; Colorado Springs, Colorado 1259 posts
23rd Aug '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ~~My Pet Wussy~~:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Shannon Schadt-Buckley:</b>" I love the name Gray for a girl... ... [snip!] ... and my grandmother who passed. Dont listen to lemon face."</blockquote> Gray is not feminine what so ever at all."</blockquote>




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