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Kelly&Coralie 1 child; Rochester, NY, United States 56009 posts
10th Nov '12
Quoting mommy287786:" I did try to get him to go with Achilles Owen...or Achilles Ryley...but he is stubborn and said that ... [snip!] ... is what he wants...I even said what if he doesn't like it, he said hes a guy and he knows what names guys like..whatever lol"


Wow what a dick. Sorry but why does he gets exclusive baby naming rights without taking your thoughts into consideration?

MommyToWesley 1 child; Delaware 3847 posts
10th Nov '12
Quoting Kelly&Coralie:" Wow what a dick. Sorry but why does he gets exclusive baby naming rights without taking your thoughts into consideration?"


Yeah someone definitely has a majority complex. You said that when you picked the names he got to approve of them; why do you not get that same right?

Aria Dawn's mommy 33 kids; Texas 1864 posts
10th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting MommyToWesley:</b>" Yeah someone definitely has a majority complex. You said that when you picked the names he got to approve of them; why do you not get that same right?"</blockquote>




I was wondering the same. Wtf.

mommy287786 8 kids; Washington 437 posts
10th Nov '12
Quoting MommyToWesley:" Yeah someone definitely has a majority complex. You said that when you picked the names he got to approve of them; why do you not get that same right?"

Hmm I dont know, thats a good question, I did give him a choice out of a few names I liked, even though he did not 'love' any of them, he still got to help with the other babies, I did not get to help him at all with this one, and every time I would throw something out there he shot it down...I guess I kinda gave up, I was trying to make him feel special, people dont bother him about the name, his family in particular, asked me why I 'let' him do that, but then told him it was a great name, 'strong' even...

SepphiriaJadeRaine 1 child; Texas 4 posts
11th Nov '12

I actually think the name Legend is pretty cool for a boy!



I have a 3 month old daughter and we named her Sepphiria Jade Raine... We made Sepphiria (pronounced: sef-fear-E-Uh) up, and we started with Saphira.



If you find a name you like, see if you can add to it or change it just a bit.

. , Richmond, VA, United States 75056 posts
status 11th Nov '12
Quoting SepphiriaJadeRaine:" I actually think the name Legend is pretty cool for a boy! I have a 3 month old daughter and we named ... [snip!] ... up, and we started with Saphira. If you find a name you like, see if you can add to it or change it just a bit. "

O.o



That definitely would be read as Sep fear e uh, or sep fureye uh

MommyToWesley 1 child; Delaware 3847 posts
11th Nov '12
Quoting Δ ☮ ∂:" O.o That definitely would be read as Sep fear e uh, or sep fureye uh"


Yeah. Two "p"s and an "h" would never make the "f" sound. Ever.

Kelly&Coralie 1 child; Rochester, NY, United States 56009 posts
11th Nov '12
Quoting SepphiriaJadeRaine:" I actually think the name Legend is pretty cool for a boy! I have a 3 month old daughter and we named ... [snip!] ... up, and we started with Saphira. If you find a name you like, see if you can add to it or change it just a bit. "


It's quite obvious that you made it up and have no understanding of basic pronounciation



Aria Dawn's mommy 33 kids; Texas 1864 posts
11th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting SepphiriaJadeRaine:</b>" I actually think the name Legend is pretty cool for a boy! I have a 3 month old daughter and we named ... [snip!] ... up, and we started with Saphira. If you find a name you like, see if you can add to it or change it just a bit. "</blockquote>




Names shouldn't look like you just vomited alphabet soup. It makes you look ignorant, and illiterate.

HopingforaMiracle 1 child; USA 23028 posts
11th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Elena Dawn's mommy:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting SepphiriaJadeRaine:</b>" I actually think the name Legend is ... [snip!] ... "</blockquote> Names shouldn't look like you just vomited alphabet soup. It makes you look ignorant, and illiterate."</blockquote>




Haha true!

LolaMcKitten Due May 30 (girl); 27 kids; Beverly Hills, California 15496 posts
11th Nov '12

Honestly, I wouldn't even blink if I came across Legend - so many words are being used for names these days, I don't really mind it, I like a lot of them myself, but Legend feels really cheese.



Try nameberry.com - the forums are a great help.

Mama Bair 2 kids; Tontogany, Ohio 48 posts
11th Nov '12

My kids don't necessarily have unique names, but they are not very common names.
Draven (from the Crow) Hunter
Gabriella Josephine

DifferentDay Due June 2; 34 kids; Tennessee 3473 posts
12th Nov '12
Quoting MommyToWesley:" Yeah. Two "p"s and an "h" would never make the "f" sound. Ever."


sapphire.... isn't that saf-fire? just curious is all.



legend isn't as bad as everything else ppl toss around, esp. celebrities. I prefer leland though. everyone will have an opinion when it comes to baby names. its not like you're naming him soda pop.. saw that somewhere. weird.

Back to Noob Status Ohio 14048 posts
12th Nov '12
Quoting mommy287786:" My husband and I have four kids together, he has three from a previous marriage and I had one, I have ... [snip!] ... did not want him to feel bad if I said I did not like it, and I mean come on is Achilles really that bad? I think I like it..."


I like Achilles. Really badass. 8)

MommyToWesley 1 child; Delaware 3847 posts
12th Nov '12
Quoting DifferentDay:" sapphire.... isn't that saf-fire? just curious is all. legend isn't as bad as everything else ppl toss ... [snip!] ... everyone will have an opinion when it comes to baby names. its not like you're naming him soda pop.. saw that somewhere. weird."


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