Post # 1
Haha so my fi and I aren’t even planning on kids for at least five years, but I love baby names and I have a few I LOVE.
I really want Taymar for a girl (and call her Tay-Tay!!), and Asher for a boy.
We’re unsure about middle names, we’re thinking we’ll use middle names to name after our families, like Taymar Leigh or Taymar Lynne, in honor of my mom or sister/grandma?
What are your favorite baby names!
Post # 3
my sons name is Aubrion Jae (aw-bree-on)(Jay)…i love it …my moms name is Audrey and my FI name is Justin but I call him Jay for short
I really want a girl who’s name will be Audrina Jaelynn or Audrianna Jae…ooo twins maybe? lol
Post # 4
Oh FUN! Asher is such a great name! I’ve never heard Taymar, what a beautiful and original name! We are planning on babies in 3-4 years. We have already decided on Juniper Jane (or Juniper Joy) for a girl and are leaning towards Jack Cedar for a boy. Hippy names, yes…we love them 🙂
Post # 5
msmonicka – oooh my goodness I love those names! I am a sucker for original names!
@Rosiebear – thanks hon! I actually got both names from the bible, haha, who knew. Takes a little research though because the more common names are Matthew, Davide, Rebekah, etc. But I love Taymar! Although, in the bible it’s spelled Tamar.
Post # 6
Love Gina Sophia…and Cristiano Angelo for a boy lol I’m Spanish and my SO is Italian and these can be prnounced easaily in English, Spanish, and italian ha
Post # 8
I love Briar for a girl. It means Heather, my first name.
Post # 9
heathaah — Briar is really pretty, but it doesn’t actually mean heather. It just means “briar” really; it’s any rambling thorny bush. It would still make a lovely name for a little girl, though!
Post # 10
Well, Heather actually is a rambling thorny bush too. If you look up Briar in the baby name books, it says Heather…so thats enough for me.
Also, Briar Rose was Sleeping Beauty’s name in the Brothers Grimm version. But we might go with Briar Ann.
Anyways, I am glad you like it!
Post # 11
Baby name books are notoriously unreliable; sometimes they just flat out invent pleasant meanings. If you rely on actual etymology based on linguistics, they don’t “mean” some of those things. I didn’t mean to imply that you shouldn’t use it or that they are not related, just that briar doesn’t actually define as “heather” as the books imply. It’s a really sweet, subtle connection, though. I always think of Briar Rose in Sleeping Beauty when I hear the name, too!
Post # 12
I want to go vintage. For girls’ names: Charlotte, Ruby, June, or even Beatrice. For boys’ names: No idea. I want a girl! ha ha…
Post # 13
I like Milo for a boy and Harper and Maxine (Max for short) for a girl. 🙂
Post # 14
For boys – Henry, Jack, Harrison and Zai
For girls – Annelise, Scarlett, Lily, Evelyn, Ruby, Kiara, Ava + so many more *baby name crazy*
Post # 15
My fiance and I will probably start trying to conceive shortly after we get married. We’ve talked about children and have come up with some names we like, which are listed below. I might add that I was raised Jewish, and though I am not too religious and my fiance is not Jewish, I would like to keep up with certain traditions, such as naming children in memory of someone who has passed on. Given this fact, the naming process may prove to be a tad difficult for us, due to the fact that the lists compiled don’t take this into account. We’ll see what we settle on when the day comes!
Post # 16
I love the name Bailey Marie for a girl. Jackson Blake or Conrad Riley for a boy