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New to this site today, was thinking of using a unisex name, so if bub is a boy or girl we could use the same name. I know seems lazy but we just can't agree on a name. How ever we do like the names Cooper, Reece, and Sam, what do you think, would love to get your opinions. Depending on if its a girl or a boy will change the spelling.:o
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I think they're lovely names. They'd suit boys or girls. By the way, you're not being lazy, you're being 'efficient'. ;) I think those names would suit a child and an adult, and they're not really common. All good in my mind, but go with what you're happy with.
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I like a lot of unisex names...I like Bailey for boy or girl and I also used like Ashleigh for either too. There are a few others but i can't think of them at moment!:)
Also love Cooper - we wanted that if we had a boy but my cousin took that one! :) she didn't know though. DH is Sam so I love that too!!! Reece not too sure but I do love Reese Witherspoon:rolleyes:
Good luck with the naming process - it's the exciting part!
I like some unisex names, but I fear that once as it's been stuck on the girls for a while the boys tend to suffer, being that they're soon considered 'girly' yanno?
Dunno about Cooper, but probably just 'cos i haven't heard it on a girl before.....
I love Reece and Sam though! Good luck!:D
My nephew is called Rhys (another spelling of reese) and it really suits him, I have always thought of it as a boys name until Reese Witherspoon. Its a nice strong name tho! Cooper, I think I have only really heard for a boy but it would sound cute on a girl. I think if you had Sam for a girl though people would always assume that her name was Samantha or something
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I think the unisex name is a good idea at least that way you just have to pick one name & not worry to much about it hay lol.
I meet a guy called Kim one day when i was going to school it freaked me out at first but i got use to it after a bit lol. :D
Hi and welcome! I have always liked the name Carter ... but not on a boy. I always thought it was quite pretty ... and now I have an adorable little girl with an uncommon girls name. I've since heard Emerson and Camden, both of which I quite like for girls(not everyone's taste).
No complaints here ... I actually quite like Rhys.
I actually first heard the name Cooper used for a girl and loved it and now know a little boy with the name and still like it. I went to school with a Rhys (boy) and agree that it goes either way. I think Sam for a girl without it being short for Samantha is probably a little more different but at the end of the day it is your baby and your name for him/her so do whatever you want!
I have always liked Jamie for a girl/boy & also Charlie.
Jamie's a great girls name :D My FILs name is Kim, (short for Kimble, actually :confused: I think Nana was a bit "Trendy")
I like Charlie as a nickname for Charlotte :D
Love Charli as a nickname for Charlotte!;)
I think Jamie is great too! Sam sounds sweet as a girls name - Denise Richards named her little girl Sam - not shortened for anything i don't think.
I never realised some of the names mentioned could be for both, but I really like a lot of them - it's even given me some ideas when we have our next one!!:)
Anyway whatever name you decide on will be perfect for your little bub!
I didn't think to mention before that i love Charlie as a unisex name! Though my DD is Charlee. DH also has an older daughter called Jamie, and it suits her really well.
If my ds had of been a girl he would of still had the same name.:D
His name is Jordan.
We have Ashley for a boy and love it!
Oooo I love unisex names, I know a Charley (girl) and a Sam (girl). I also know a Kimberley (boy) which may sound strange but I have known him since I was a little tacker so it's never been strange for me.
Yeah see it is strange to me lol i only ever meet i other Kimberly.
I love unisex names! Jamie has been my fav girls name for years and years.. but Jades first cousins name is Jamie (boy) so I couldn't use it.
Alex, Ashleigh and Charli were also on our list. Dunno how we ended up with Jade
I think boy's names on girls are better than girl's names on boys IYKWIM. My daughter's middle name is Cameron (same as her dad) but I would certainly think twice about naming a son after my middle names!! :p
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