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*021013* 2 kids; 1 angel baby; xxx, OH, United States 3818 posts
20th Nov '12

I might use rayne for a boys middle name... I dunno it would depend what your putting it with tho :)

Brie Fleurs 1 child; Des Moines, Iowa 305 posts
20th Nov '12
Quoting Koltons*Momma:" I might use rayne for a boys middle name... I dunno it would depend what your putting it with tho :)"

I just can't decide what to put in front of it.

Atticus & Rhys's Mommy 2 kids; Westfield, Massachusetts 7409 posts
20th Nov '12

Autumn is def a girls name......how many little boys do you know named Autumn and I'm pretty sure people will always assume hes a girl.

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
20th Nov '12

absolutely not and it belongs in the 70's

HopingforaMiracle 1 child; USA 22792 posts
20th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Devil Duckie:</b>" absolutely not and it belongs in the 70's "</blockquote>




:D

linsα most, CZ, Czech Republic 30371 posts
20th Nov '12

Shouldn't be used for either gender, its so cheesy.

Momma to an Angel 16 kids; Pennsylvania 298 posts
20th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting The TTC Queen Bee:</b>" It is very feminine."</blockquote>




This

Shanaddy 1 child; Tulsa, Oklahoma 882 posts
20th Nov '12
Quoting HopingforaMiracle:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Devil Duckie:</b>" absolutely not and it belongs in the 70's "</blockquote> :D"


:!: this. lol.
I know a girl who has a daughter named Autumn and is pregnant with another and is naming her Winter :shock:

Lotusmama Due March 31; British Columbia 1672 posts
21st Nov '12

I personally don't like it for a boy or a girl.

Both Autumn and Rain are unisex. Each on is not bad on its own but they do not work together.

Also, I don't like the misspelt version (Rayne).