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Loving Lo ♡ 1 child; Springfield, MO, United States 14 posts
19th Jun '13

I'm due July 28th and I'm naming my baby girl;
Logyn Olivia :-) ..commonly spelt Logan Olivia.
Her dads name is Jeremy and my name is Keyerra so she will keep our alphabet going with an 'L' name.. (J-K-L) and have a 'Y' in her name just like mommy & daddy AND since daddy's last name starts with a 'V' her initials will spell out L.O.V. (LOV ..a commonly shorten way of spelling LOVE) We wanted a name that was meaningful and cute and we've finally found the one. :D

Angela Mahnken Due July 3 (girl); 3 kids; Alabama 8 posts
20th Jun '13

My oldest daughter chose our babies name before we even knew we were expecting, she was five at the time. The name will be Gabriella Elizabeth. Initials will be G.E.M by the way. :)

kayblanco Due September 17 (girl); Texas 1 posts
21st Jun '13

Well. I'm naming my son Nicholas Alexander, and I'm due on the 5th! There are names out there that are absolutely awful. Apple anyone? North West? Bear Blu? So seriously don't get so bent out of shape about someones name choice. People are so catty on the internet.

yummy mummy sammie :) Due July 18 (girl); Japan 1 posts
22nd Jun '13

That's a cute name :) i have chosen the name for my daughter but i always wait and see what my baby looks like before i make it a final decision and i'm glad i do it that way because my second child was a girl and we were told we were expecting a boy :/ luckily for me i had both name in mind "just incase" lol good luck with your birth he will be here shortly x

KayraBayra Due November 11 (girl); 49 kids; Puyallup, Washington 1181 posts
23rd Jun '13
Quoting Loving Logyn♡:" I'm due July 28th and I'm naming my baby girl; Logyn Olivia :-) ..commonly spelt Logan Olivia. Her dads ... [snip!] ... ..a commonly shorten way of spelling LOVE) We wanted a name that was meaningful and cute and we've finally found the one. :D"

I love the name Logan...for a boy. But either way...the spelling Logyn immediately reminded me of OBGYN. Obstetrics and Gynecology. Also, I'm sure you've had people point this out but I'm gonna do it anyway...Logan is a Scottish Surname making it a masculine name.

Loving Lo ♡ 1 child; Springfield, MO, United States 14 posts
24th Jun '13
Quoting KayraBayra:" I love the name Logan...for a boy. But either way...the spelling Logyn immediately reminded me of OBGYN. ... [snip!] ... I'm sure you've had people point this out but I'm gonna do it anyway...Logan is a Scottish Surname making it a masculine name."

Yes, I'm aware of what the origin of the name "Logan" spelt "L-O-G-A-N" is, but my daughters name will be Logyn "L-O-G-Y-N". Don't quite care what her name/spelling of her name reminds people of, nor whether they like it, me & the people who actually will mean something to her do & that's all that matters. Thanks for the opinion & thoughts that weren't asked for, nor cared for though.

Lane55555 Due July 17 (girl); Japan 3 posts
24th Jun '13
Thank you :)
Madison Connelly Due July 28 (boy); Brisbane, Australia 1 posts
25th Jun '13

I love the name Ayden, and the middle name is great. He is your baby, so name him whatever you want.. oh and my babies name is gonna be Tyler Jaemes-Paul :D

KayraBayra Due November 11 (girl); 49 kids; Puyallup, Washington 1181 posts
25th Jun '13
Quoting Loving Logyn♡:" Yes, I'm aware of what the origin of the name "Logan" spelt "L-O-G-A-N" is, but my daughters name will ... [snip!] ... to her do & that's all that matters. Thanks for the opinion & thoughts that weren't asked for, nor cared for though."

Changing the spelling of a name doesn't change the origin of the name, I'm sure your daughter will love growing up being mistaken for a boy by anyone who reads her name. I'm sure she'll care more about the fact that she has a misspelled boys name that looks like a vagina doctor's title then she will that her parents names with hers make J-K-L or that it has a Y in it like mommy and daddy's. Ya know, when she's a full grown adult living with that name...not just a little girl. You're very welcome, this is after-all a public forum

Loving Lo ♡ 1 child; Springfield, MO, United States 14 posts
25th Jun '13
Quoting KayraBayra:" Changing the spelling of a name doesn't change the origin of the name, I'm sure your daughter will love ... [snip!] ... she's a full grown adult living with that name...not just a little girl. You're very welcome, this is after-all a public forum"


It does cause Logyn "L-O-G-Y-N" is not a alternate spelling of the name Logan when it comes to that origin so like I said that origin won't apply to her name. And I'm sure she will love a name that has a meaning! ..especially when she finds out she's named after her grandfather who died overseas protecting our country! ..but like I said, public forum or not, thanks for the opinion that wasn't asked for! Last time I checked this is MY child and I will name her what I so please.



It's crazy how many ignorant, opinionated people are on this site giving their negative opinions and statements that nobody cares nor asked for. What someone wants to name their child, how someone wants to raise their child, etc has nothing to do with anybody (especially people who will never meet that child) Lames.

KayraBayra Due November 11 (girl); 49 kids; Puyallup, Washington 1181 posts
25th Jun '13
Quoting Loving Logyn♡:" It does cause Logyn "L-O-G-Y-N" is not a alternate spelling of the name Logan when it comes to that ... [snip!] ... wants to raise their child, etc has nothing to do with anybody (especially people who will never meet that child) Lames."

I'm not the one being ignorant. You and all the other people naming their children horrid names are the ones dooming your children for life with your ignorance. Is her grandfather's name Logyn? I assume it's actually Logan. Then she is actually being named Logan and you're just spelling it wrong and putting it on the wrong gender. Or you're making up a name completely with no meaning or history, either way...your name choice is horrible. Believing that Logyn being spelled differently than Logan makes it a whole new name with no origins to the name Logan is ignorant, and your poor little girl will be the one to suffer through with a boys name. Just like OP believing that spelling her sons name Ayden makes it unique...that is ignorant. If you don't want opinions on your atrocious name choices, then don't post it on a public forum. Go share it with your family and friends who will pretend they think it's a great name.

Loving Lo ♡ 1 child; Springfield, MO, United States 14 posts
25th Jun '13
Quoting KayraBayra:" I'm not the one being ignorant. You and all the other people naming their children horrid names are the ... [snip!] ... then don't post it on a public forum. Go share it with your family and friends who will pretend they think it's a great name."

Like I said what you think isn't important to me nor anybody in this forum clearly, cause your ignorant, bias opinion isn't going to change anybody's mind nor what they name their child, lol..but like I said thanks for sharing. End of conversation.

KayraBayra Due November 11 (girl); 49 kids; Puyallup, Washington 1181 posts
25th Jun '13
Quoting Loving Logyn♡:" Like I said what you think isn't important to me nor anybody in this forum clearly, cause your ignorant, ... [snip!] ... going to change anybody's mind nor what they name their child, lol..but like I said thanks for sharing. End of conversat

Ignorant...you keep using that word, but I don't think it means what you think it means.
Ignorance would imply my opinions aren't based on fact...which is exactly what they are. Being ignorant would be like me saying that you choosing to name your child a made-up and/or misspelled name on the wrong gender, that looks like the abbreviation OBGYN is due to you being another uneducated, ghetto, little girl. That would be ignorant, because I don't know that's the case; but as an English major, I'm sure you know that you are improperly using the word ignorant. And as a matter of fact, I've changed quite a few people's minds once they realize how terrible their baby names are for a functioning adult. But like you said, most of you will do as you please with your children, ignoring all advice and excusing it as ignorance.

nessaK Due July 30 (boy); Japan 5 posts
25th Jun '13

I'm naming my little guy Miles. I don't really see what the big deal about spelling a name this way or that way is. I also don't see why everyone is so hostile about other people's decisions, or why they're so insistent on putting down every name that is thrown out there. I'm pretty sure this was supposed to be a nice place to share baby names and chit chat not a freaking mine field. Either way, people don't use names like Edna or Nancy or Gertrude anymore, the world is changing and every generation people's names change too. There is no reason to get mad about it.. Quite frankly I'm glad that Gilbert wasn't on my list.

Chelsea Cater Due July 17; Japan 3 posts
28th Jun '13
Quoting mαkαnαni:" It's not the Y in a name that's overdone and changing the spelling won't make it unique. It's the middle name. Can't say much else without being rude. :lol:"


You're seriously disgusting for judging the name of a child. Get over yourself. If you dont have anything nice to say then don't say anything at al. Period.



I'm naming my baby boy Jaxon Alexander Cater :)