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Finally decided on a boy name! Angelina'sMama Due February 4 (boy); 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 (boy); 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+2~ 2 kids; Under your bed, OO, United States 4135 posts
10th Nov '12

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

user banned 2 kids; Copiague, New York 1881 posts
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; Shiloh, IL, United States 7588 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. { 32 weeks } Due February 14 (boy); 1 child; Alberta 5268 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 (boy); 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 23061 posts
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 (boy); 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..