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    • Aubree Ashlee -- Votes: 18
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    • Aiden Ashlee -- Votes: 2
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Snow 1 child; Storybrooke, ME, United States 34017 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting Crystal Marie S.:" I have never seen or heard of a male named Ashley."



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ashley_(name)
http://www.behindthename.com/name/ashley

Vincent&Me (Laura) 2 kids; Moab, Utah 7847 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting Gabriella Anderson:" To be honest, I never really thought of it like that. But I really like the name Asher. Thanks!"


I found out that my uncle passed away unexpectedly two weeks after I found out I was pregnant. His name was Chris. My daughter's middle name is Christine to honor him.

linsα Sayama Hills, TY, Japan 31362 posts
19th Nov '12

Ashley is still ranked in the top 100 for boys in the UK. Its a very common boys name still. Your little boy won't be the only boy named Ashley in this world. He'll survive.

Gabriella Anderson Due May 16 (girl); New York, New York 25 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting Vincent&Me (Laura):" I found out that my uncle passed away unexpectedly two weeks after I found out I was pregnant. His name was Chris. My daughter's middle name is Christine to honor him."


I'm really stressed about names and trying to make sure that I use her name. I didn't think of names like Asher, etc instead of Ashlee. Lol. I really like the name Christine too. Thanks!

αuτumnαl ~, FL, United States 67295 posts
19th Nov '12

Blech. Not a fan of the spelling of Aubree or Ashlee.

tinana+2 TTC since Nov 2013; 2 kids; Staten Island, NY, United States 29663 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting linsα:" Ashley is still ranked in the top 100 for boys in the UK. Its a very common boys name still. Your little boy won't be the only boy named Ashley in this world. He'll survive. "


But I feel like Ashlee is a different ballgame. (I know this wasn't directed towards me.) I think Ashley wouldn't be a horrible MN for a boy, but Ashlee screams GIRL to me.

Gabriella Anderson Due May 16 (girl); New York, New York 25 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting linsα:" Ashley is still ranked in the top 100 for boys in the UK. Its a very common boys name still. Your little boy won't be the only boy named Ashley in this world. He'll survive. "


True.

Gabriella Anderson Due May 16 (girl); New York, New York 25 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting tinana +2:" But I feel like Ashlee is a different ballgame. (I know this wasn't directed towards me.) I think Ashley wouldn't be a horrible MN for a boy, but Ashlee screams GIRL to me."


I agree that Ashlee is more commonly used as a girls name. The spelling too, is used for girls.

-BLT- Due May 20; 1 child; St Louis, Missouri 2572 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting Crystal Marie S.:" I have never seen or heard of a male named Ashley."


Ashley, Shannon, Tracy, Stacy - all started as boy names.

linsα Sayama Hills, TY, Japan 31362 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting tinana +2:" But I feel like Ashlee is a different ballgame. (I know this wasn't directed towards me.) I think Ashley wouldn't be a horrible MN for a boy, but Ashlee screams GIRL to me."



Oh I don't like the lee either.

❀Sarah❀ 2 kids; Cocking, EU, Europe 123057 posts
19th Nov '12

Aubrey was originally a mans name, as was Ashley.



I prefer original spellings I think its timeless but Aubrey Ashley does not flow, most of hte names do not because of the double A

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
19th Nov '12

I appreciate the name Ashely being used for a boy. However, I hope you'd learn how to spell before you fill out the birth certificate.



I don't like any of the first names, but not my kid.

Gabriella Anderson Due May 16 (girl); New York, New York 25 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting Devil Duckie:" I appreciate the name Ashely being used for a boy. However, I hope you'd learn how to spell before you fill out the birth certificate. I don't like any of the first names, but not my kid. "


Names are spelled differently and alot are spelled differently these days. There's no book saying names are spelled a certain way. ALSO, if you look at my first few posts, you'll see my reason for spelling it Ashlee. "Thanks" for your "input."

O.G.'s Mommy 2 kids; Mesa, Arizona 1152 posts
19th Nov '12

I really like Andrew Ashley, with that spelling. I know a guy named Ashley and he is a sweetheart, but very much a man. I don't see it as a feminine name at allxas long as it's spelled that way.

Gabriella Anderson Due May 16 (girl); New York, New York 25 posts
19th Nov '12
Quoting O.G.'s Mommy:" I really like Andrew Ashley, with that spelling. I know a guy named Ashley and he is a sweetheart, but very much a man. I don't see it as a feminine name at allxas long as it's spelled that way."


I don't think names have anything to do with how much of a man someone is, but I guess other people think differently. (Not referring to you). But thank you!