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Snow 1 child; Storybrooke, ME, United States 34011 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 2 kids; Bordeaux, AQ, France 28658 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; 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!

мɑkɑnɑni ~*~, FL, United States 62857 posts
19th Nov '12

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

tinana+2 TTC since Nov 2013; 2 kids; Armpit, of, Ireland 29526 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; 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; 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 2 kids; Bordeaux, AQ, France 28658 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 ♥ K&K 2 kids; 2 angel babies; Oceanside, CA, United States 112436 posts
status 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; 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; 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!