Post # 31
From the names in the poll, it sounds as though you like unisex names that could also be surnames, so what about: Spencer, Murphy, Cameron, Taylor, or Cassidy?
Other unisex name suggestions: Aubrey (used to be a male name, but has become more unisex), Casey, Jules, Stevie, Kerry, or Andie.
Post # 32
I love Taylor, but it’s one of those ruined names for me. Spencer and Murphy are ok, but those sound like strictly boy names. I guess it’s perspective because many bees said my names sound like boy names, and they sound unisex to me. Cameron is unisex to me, but I don’t want all names to end in “n”. Thanks for the suggestions!
Post # 33
Parker Dean. Just adorable.
Post # 35
oh my goodness I just love Parker Dean especially for a girl. It’s so upstate NY to me and there’s Parker Posey too 🙂
Post # 36
These are only boy names in the poll I don’t see your names for girls? I guess Carlisle is the only possible feminine sounding name because she/ he could be Carly/ Carl.
I really don’t think these names are unisex now I think girls need pretty names boys need strong names. I mean I myself can’t imagine feeling like a woman if I had a mans name even though I would be the same person.
Post # 37
I love love love the name Parker!! Carsen Dean would also be cute =)
Post # 38
One comment on Porter….I like writing stories for fun and therefore have perused a lot of babynames books. One book that I love talks about different names and what they could mean for children (that is, if they have obvious bad nicknames, potential for teasing). The first thing that I thought of after hearing Porter was of a Port-A-Potty, or colloquially, the porter potty.
A lot of bees have commented on unisex names and what they mean for children. I think your names are more masculine than unisex, but I would encourage you to speak to those who have a unisex name and find out whether or not they like it. I have a few friends with unisex names and they seem to unequivocally hate having unisex names. You might think that giving your little girl a masculine sounding name is cute, but she might hate growing up without a pretty girl name, and having people assume she’s a boy before they meet her.
Post # 39
My name is the epitome of a unisex name!! bahaha But if it helps I am actually not too fond of it. I love unisex names but my particular name just kind of bothers me.
I love Lennox and Dean for boys. I am not sure how I feel about any of those for a girl though, except for Dean. i know a girl with that middle name and I have always liked it.
Post # 40
I’ve always liked the names Preston and Blake, though I suppose Preston is typically only a boy’s name. Charley/Charlie is a great name as well!