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    Boy names used for girls? Thoughts on it.
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    Shortcake88 posted:
    I have a quick question! If I am to be pregnant right now, I am really thinking that if I have a girl (will be my 3rd one) I'm wanting to name her more of a boy name. ie: Charlie, Harper, Peyton, Ashton, Wren, Presley and so on. I have a unisex name as well, always hated it when I was younger but grew up loving it! My name is Jamie Lee. Which people laugh at because my fiances name is Curtis lol, it gets old though! Anyways, I would like some input on that thought because I love having different/different spellings and unique names for my kids. My first daughter is Aubree Chyanne and second daughter is McKinlee Renai. If its a boy I'm going to be having a unisex name for him as well.
    Me (24), DF (26), DSS (5), DD (2), DD (1). Very happy and lucky with my little family!

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    Girl names I love that are normally used for Boys.
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Most of the names you picked except for Charlie can be used for either a boy or a girl.

    Personally, I wouldn't use a definite male name for a girl. She'll be correcting people all her life.
    Proud mommy to PJ (5)
     
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    svid20 replied to Shortcake88's response:
    funny you say that.... my parents had a hard time deciding whether to name me charlie or stevie. either way i have a boys name, but i love it! its unique and fun. if i have a girl she'll have a boys name like dylan or something...


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