From the article: Unisex Baby Names
There seems to be an increase in popularity of unisex baby names. What are your thoughts on unisex baby names? Do they work for baby girls? Baby boys? Both? What are some of your favorite unisex baby names? What are some unisex baby names that you don't like? Share Your Baby Names
I LOVE IT
- I really love this unisex names. Most of them sound feminine though but who cares, I mean I'm a guy and my name is angel...its probably cuz I'm the only one who survived in my brothers birth..
- —Guest Angel
I like the name...........
- I like the name Hunter. Especially for a girl. I also like AJ. (For a girl.)
- —Guest Timarie
- I love Aubrey for a girl and will call my daughter that.
- —Guest Katie
Love unisex names
- My husband and I are expecting a girl in April and her name will be Logan Brooke.
- —Guest Jennifer
- Taylor-Jocelyn Pamela, Michelle-Jordan Alice, Johanna-Faith Rose, Hope-Kaleigh Amanda, Marco-Antonio James, Jason-Alex Phillip, Colin-Joshua Tyler (:
- —Guest Meaghan
- I am 63 yrs old and my name is Darryl. I like my name ... but I wonder if my mom realized the problems it would mean for me throughout my life. I am not sensitive to my name - but I am really tired of the question - year after year after year. "Oh! You're a girl!" ... "No Madam, we want to speak to your husband, Darryl". etc, etc. Sorry, maybe I am a bit sensitive ... think twice before you name our child. I love my mother and love the reasons why she called me Darryl (after a woman she admired) ... but it is often very tiring - explaining to people that, Yes, I am a woman.
- —Guest Darryl
- I love unisex names, my daughter is named Jordyn Dawn :) It suits her perfectly!
- —Guest Laura
- We named our daughter Logan Mckenna, my husband liked the name after first seeing it as a girls name in the Summer Olympics (Logan Tom), and we were already tossing around unisex names. I have my ups and downs... I think the name fits her well - she is cute as a button, spunky, a little bit tomboy (she's only 3!), and headstrong.... but I hate that it's such a hugely popular boys name right now and just once when I hear a parent calling out "Logan!" to their kid I want to turn around and see a little girl!
- —Guest Katie
- I think they should put Kendall/Kendyll. I don't think I have ever seen a girl names Kendall.
- —Guest Ella
- I love unisex names especially Kendall that's what I want to name my daughter its such a nice girl/boy name.
- —Guest Guestkim
Kelly for boys name
- Kelly is a really popular boys name in my area. I think it depends on where you live and it does suit some men.
- —Guest shi
Fun List to Read!
- I enjoyed reading the list, but like some mentioned, a few names were hard to believe to be unisex, because their so feminine sounding. Anyway, I love the name Ryann Renee for a girl.
- —Guest Kyra
- I love unisex names; especially taylor, dakota, reese and hunter; those are my favorites. I personally don't think bailey sounds good for a boy; probably just because i am girl and my name is bailey. Unisex baby names are so cool, definitely using them when i have kids
- —Guest bailey
They work well but only on girls
- My name is Kelly which is unisex but to be honest I doubt if any boy would actually like to be called Kelly. My little sister is called Ainslie which is also a unisex name and ditto with boys. However my older sister is called Jordyn which is one of the most popular unisex names for boys and girls. My sister spells her name with a Y which is meant to be more feminine. I have two sets of identical twin girls who all have unisex names. My oldest pair are called Alex (not Alexandra just Alex) and Codi and my youngest pair are Kai and Shae. All their names are unisex names that I liked and they all suit their names perfectly.
- —Guest Kelly
- I love unisex names, although I'm biased (my name is Jordan) I've always wanted to name my daughter Ryann or Tyler (but not my son). Other favorites (some may have been said on the list also, sorry) except as defined finely have a preferred gender for each name Grey(b) Davis(b) Grady(b) Sawyer(g) Parker(g) Knox(b) Wren(g) Anson(b) Avery(g) Logan(g) Blythe(g) Fallon(g)
- —Guest Jordan
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