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boom boom boom KNZ. 3 kids; Washington 59255 posts
Feb 11th '13

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Blythe. 1 child; Indiana 22996 posts
Feb 11th '13

I wouldn't care. I hated what my best friend named her daughter but who cares, wasn't my kid. I didn't tell her I hated it though

BabyJsMama 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Thailand 4358 posts
Feb 11th '13

I'd be annoyed as hell that she kept bringing it up, over and over. But I'd tell her to shut up and deal with it, it's my kid, my choice and she doesn't have to use the name for her kids.

KNZ. 3 kids; Washington 59255 posts
Feb 11th '13
Quoting Blythe.:" I wouldn't care. I hated what my best friend named her daughter but who cares, wasn't my kid. I didn't tell her I hated it though"


Yeah, i'm talking about situations where your friend is constantly telling you that.

bloopbloop♥ 1 child; Illinois 14223 posts
Feb 11th '13

I know she is going to hate it but it doesn't matter. My child my choice..

LunaGotKnockedUp Due June 19 (boy); 2 kids; Georgia 535 posts
Feb 11th '13

It would annoy me. I'd be like, okay, new topic. Name isn't changing. Get off my nuts.

MonkeyMel 1 child; Moore, Oklahoma 26207 posts
Feb 11th '13

If it was my best friend, I would expect her/him to not bring it up again. Or if they do, it would be a joke not intended on hurting my feelings. I have very few "best" friends for a reason.

MonkCakes 3 kids; Texas 20945 posts
Feb 11th '13

Nope don't care. My best friends hates Penelope never made me think twice lol

Vivian Due August 26; 2 kids; Austin, TX, United States 14240 posts
Feb 11th '13

I care, I'm not gonna lie. My best friend is superrrr important to me. She's the one I go to for anything. But she would never tell me she didn't like it. I'm still trying to figure out if she's telling me the truth on DS name :lol:

existentialism 2 kids; Texas 16990 posts
Feb 11th '13

I'd be more hurt that they would choose to say they 'hate' it. I don't like all the names my friends like, but I wouldn't say 'omg, I hate that'. I'd say, well that's not my taste, but whatever makes you happy. And, I'd mean that. Unless, they named their kid 'abcde', haha. I know my tastes aren't necessarily in line with most people.

KNZ. 3 kids; Washington 59255 posts
Feb 11th '13
Quoting BabyJsMama:" I'd be annoyed as hell that she kept bringing it up, over and over. But I'd tell her to shut up and deal with it, it's my kid, my choice and she doesn't have to use the name for her kids."


What sucks is i don't love the name either- well, like, part of it, but I made compromises with my dude to honor a family member so i can't just not use it, ya know?

Charlee ♥ Jensen 3 kids; Iowa 56325 posts
Feb 11th '13

If she hated it...she hated it no harm no foul. I wouldn't mind if she gave me her honest opinion on it at all.

KNZ. 3 kids; Washington 59255 posts
Feb 11th '13
Quoting Colt's mommy:" If it was my best friend, I would expect her/him to not bring it up again. Or if they do, it would be a joke not intended on hurting my feelings. I have very few "best" friends for a reason. "


Like, she knows i don't love the middle name, but also that i can't change it now. But she keeps saying the name together then being like, "gross."

KNZ. 3 kids; Washington 59255 posts
Feb 11th '13
Quoting Charlee ♥ Jensen:" If she hated it...she hated it no harm no foul. I wouldn't mind if she gave me her honest opinion on it at all. "


Me neither, if it was just once.

Bangtail 50 kids; Houston, TX, United States 7754 posts
Feb 11th '13

No one liked my oldest son's name because they thought it was too old fashioned. My dad even joked around about me turning Amish. I really didn't care. I knew that was the name I wanted and I stuck with it. If your friend starts being an ass and its hurting your feelings, just tell them to shut up. If they're honestly your close friend, they'll respect your feelings. My best friend makes fun of everyone all the time. She's just a natural born smartass. But if she goes too far all I have to do is tell her and she will stop. She doesn't mean to hurt people's feelings, she's just missing a sensitivity chip.