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Finally decided on a boy name! Angelina'sMama Due February 4; British Columbia 37 posts
10th Nov '12

I am 26 weeks along with my 2nd child, My husband and I have been trying to agree on a name for the last 2 months before we even knew we were having a boy. Our taste in names could not be more different so coming to an agreement is huge!!! Our baby boy's name is Daemon Aubrey, I love his name but some people might not, like my mother. She couldn't hide her feelings when I told her, It was like I told her I was going to name him Adolf Hitler. I got on the defensive and told her I don't care what anyone thinks, my husband and I love his name and it's final. Why is it that I refrain from saying hurtful things to her but she can't do the same?

user banned Due September 18; 1 child; California 21617 posts
10th Nov '12

I don't like the spelling. Damon Aubrey is nice, the e seems unnecessary.
Aubrey on a boy makes me happy!

user banned Due November 26; 1 child; Parkersburg, West Virginia 9548 posts
10th Nov '12

aubrey is a boy name but alot of women are naming their girls that so be prepared. i like it =)

Back to Noob Status Ohio 14048 posts
10th Nov '12
Quoting Angelina'sMama:" I am 26 weeks along with my 2nd child, My husWband and I have been trying to agree on a name for the last ... [snip!] ... and I love his name and it's final. Why is it that I refrain from saying hurtful things to her but she can't do the same?"


When I read "Daemon" I see Demon. No offense. Damon Aubrey would be great!



But just brush it off. People are going to have their own opinions.

~Ba.zin.ga~ Due December 4; 1 child; Under your bed, OO, United States 3745 posts
status 10th Nov '12

All that matters is that you like it :) Nobody else's opinion should matter.

LaLa_Crazy 2 kids; Copiague, New York 1348 posts
status 10th Nov '12

Don't worry, my mom is the SAME way. She's always like, "pleases rethink your name decision", blah, blah. I'm to the point that I don't care, it's MY baby, I'll name him what I want.

Cass Hole 3 kids; Albuquerque, New Mexico 7531 posts
10th Nov '12
Quoting Back to Noob Status:" When I read "Daemon" I see Demon. No offense. Damon Aubrey would be great! But just brush it off. People are going to have their own opinions. "


Same.



I do like Damon Aubrey though. :)

user banned Logan, Utah 3594 posts
10th Nov '12

God I love you for using Aubrey on a boy. I have a little bit more faith in our world now.

user banned 1 child; 1 angel baby; Japan 930 posts
10th Nov '12

Daemon is one letter away from Demon....creepy

Belle. TTC #2 TTC since Oct 2013; 1 child; Alberta 3444 posts
10th Nov '12

I was told that Damon or Damien mean son of Satan, but I googled it and it said the meaning was "to tame". So idk! If you aren't religious it isn't really a big deal.

Angelina'sMama Due February 4; British Columbia 37 posts
10th Nov '12

I love Daemon with or without the "e", Aubrey is my grandfathers name and if I was having another girl Aubrey would be her first name :) It's just much easier to take if people close to me would care enough about my feelings to hide there own...does she expect me to change his name because she's disapointed I didn't chose a name she liked? My husband and I are a little weird, we like that our Daughter is Angelina and her Brother is Daemon, it's a cute juxtaposition to us. I'm going to try not to let negetive opinions bother me because I love his name and I feel he will too as he grows up :)

HopingforaMiracle 1 child; USA 21586 posts
status 10th Nov '12

Damon Aubrey would be nice. My exuncle's middle name is Demon

Dovahkiin 1 child; 1 angel baby; Kentucky 16776 posts
10th Nov '12

Daemon really reminds me of demon. Damon is much better.

Angelina'sMama Due February 4; British Columbia 37 posts
10th Nov '12

Thank you for your opinions, now ya'll have me contemplating th "E" lol It might be a good thing to drop it so people throughout his life will be less likely to mis-spell his name....hmmmm. I've already wrote it in the Baby book though!! lol

Dixie Shannon Davis 1 child; South Carolina 83 posts
10th Nov '12

Love the name. Spell it however you want. If it makes you happy then go for it. I was criticized for naming my daughter Amberlen Quinn. They wanted to know why I just didn't name her Amber Lynn. I didn't name her Amber Lynn b/c her name is Amberlen Quinn. What you want is all that matters... Go w/your heart, hon..