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Quinn on a girl? Kiki's Mommy Due November 10; 1 child; Montana 3536 posts
status 23rd Nov '12

How do you feel about Quinn on a girl. It's on our list for a second girl.

EBF*JB 2 kids; California 2694 posts
23rd Nov '12

Personally, I prefer Quinn for a girl name.

Leah+2 2 kids; Texas 5797 posts
23rd Nov '12

Quinn is on our girls list too :)

user banned Due April 8; 1 child; Washington 11352 posts
23rd Nov '12

Quinn is cute for a girl :)

Kiki's Mommy Due November 10; 1 child; Montana 3536 posts
status 23rd Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting ★Bαtgirl:</b>" It's a lovely name. For reference, I would like to direct you to Quinn Fabray on Glee. :D"</blockquote>




Haha dh loves glee pretty sure that's the reason he's cool with Quinn

♥MamaToSilas♥ 1 child; Illinois 9201 posts
status 23rd Nov '12

I prefer Quinn on a girl :)

HopingforaMiracle 1 child; USA 21572 posts
status 23rd Nov '12

Nope don't like it. Sorry to be a Debbie downer but I prefer it on a boy

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
24th Nov '12

I know a lovely little 3 yo girl with the most boyish name ever.



Her first name is Quinn and her middle name is another "unisex" name that screams boy.



I love her and her mama to death, but It's a boys name no matter what kind of twist you put on it.



absolutely dreadful on a girl.

Liz McArthur 2 kids; Tacoma, Washington 718 posts
24th Nov '12

I think it's much better for a girl. It's very feminine in my opinion. But my daughters name is Brooklyn and that started out as a boy name and I think that's much better for a girl too. It's all about personal preference.

mɑkɑnɑni USA, FL, United States 62779 posts
24th Nov '12

It's a masculine name, so no.

LolaMcKitten Due May 30; 27 kids; Beverly Hills, California 15496 posts
24th Nov '12

Total dude name.



My step son is Quinn and since it's a masculine name, I don't see why you would put it on a girl.

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
24th Nov '12
Quoting Liz McArthur:" I think it's much better for a girl. It's very feminine in my opinion. But my daughters name is Brooklyn ... [snip!] ... Brooklyn and that started out as a boy name and I think that's much better for a girl too. It's all about personal preference."


that's the problem with mother's these days. They think it's perfectly OK to take boys names and throw them on their girls.



I bet you'd never name a boy Suzanne or Jennifer. What's the difference with girls?
I'll never understand that mentality.

Liz McArthur 2 kids; Tacoma, Washington 718 posts
24th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Devil Duckie:</b>" that's the problem with mother's these days. They think it's perfectly OK to take boys names and throw ... [snip!] ... I bet you'd never name a boy Suzanne or Jennifer. What's the difference with girls? I'll never understand that mentality. "</blockquote>




If that's what you find to be the problem with mothers these days that's sad. What difference does it make to you what people name their child our what name sounds like a girl/boy name. It's an opinion. It doesn't affect your life.

LolaMcKitten Due May 30; 27 kids; Beverly Hills, California 15496 posts
24th Nov '12
Quoting Liz McArthur:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Devil Duckie:</b>" that's the problem with mother's these days. ... [snip!] ... to you what people name their child our what name sounds like a girl/boy name. It's an opinion. It doesn't affect your life."


It does when they sit down in front of me for an interview. :wink:

Kiki's Mommy Due November 10; 1 child; Montana 3536 posts
status 24th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting Liz McArthur:</b>" I think it's much better for a girl. It's very feminine in my opinion. But my daughters name is Brooklyn ... [snip!] ... Brooklyn and that started out as a boy name and I think that's much better for a girl too. It's all about personal preference."</blockquote>




I think it sounds slightly feminine but ok. On a boy...better on a girl. My husband would never let me use it on a boy. He thinks it sounds too gir
ly. Brooklyn on a boy....hmmm that just seems strange