or any other book or movie that is popular right now for that matter...
Twilight will be a thing of the past by the time any child born from now on is old enough to know what it is. I personally could care less if someone who wrote a book picked that name for one of their characters.
What do you think?
P.S. I'm glad the girl that was asking about Edward earlier decided to go ahead and use it despite the Twilight reference. You go girl!12 AnswersBaby Names1 decade ago
I'm not pregnant, just curious...
I REALLY like the name Broderick for a little boy. I think it's different enough, but easy enough to pronounce, and it sorta honors my boyfriend's father in a unique way (His name is Frederick, so it's quite similar). Anyhow, I really like both Brody and Brock as a nickname, which do you prefer?
I'm well aware that a child can have more than one nickname, but which do you like better?11 AnswersBaby Names1 decade ago
Why is everyone so quick to dislike a name because it is the name of a color, gemstone, etc? It seems like people are instantly critical of a name that is already the name of something.
First of all, I'm sure the person knows that if they like the name Violet, Ruby, Dakota, Dallas, or Hunter, it is technically the name of something already, so pointing it out is kind of pointless.
Second, why does it matter? If you like the sound of a name, does it really matter that it might also be a color, gemstone, or state?
Obviously there are certain words such as Puke or Scab, that bring a negative image/thought to mind for most people, and therefore should be avoided, but names like Ruby, Violet, Dakota, and Autumn are perfectly fine words in their own right so is it really that bad if someone chooses that as a name for their child?17 AnswersBaby Names1 decade ago
Abrielle (my baby sister that's due in November)
Tanner (my nephew)
Owen10 AnswersBaby Names1 decade ago