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ctown28
ctown28
Tireless Tiger

Jul-14-2007 21:34

Sunny has to be ready to explode now. At SleuthCon, Ben made us all give suggestions, My suggestions was to listen to Ben. There were others captured on video tha I'm sure Sunny will see. What is your suggestion for the babies name. Thinking about it, I say Shady for a boy and Shady for a girl (Shady for a girl fit's so much after What'shername perfected the role at SleuthConI)

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Farm A Sea
Farm A Sea
Old Shoe

Jul-15-2007 19:35

Farmie (for a girl) or Farmer (for a boy). Two great names and very easy to spell.

shell marple
shell marple
Con Artist

Jul-15-2007 20:56

I was thinking for a girl they could name her Esmeralda "the Shadow"

and for a boy how about Olaf "the Squeak"

Secret_Squirrel
Secret_Squirrel
Safety Officer

Jul-15-2007 21:45

In Australia it doesn't matter what you're named we inevitably shorten it or lengthen it, or change it. I think it's our convict past... it's best to go by an alias!!

So Timothy becomes Timmy or Tim. And if it's just Tim it works in reverse and you're Timmy. If your last name is Smith you're Smithy. OR if your last name is Mac'anything' it's Macca. John is hardly ever John (trust me I know ;) it's Johnno or Jack or even just J. Sharon is Shaz, or if you're super unlucky Shagger (knows someone with this nickname). If you have a boring name you can't do anything with like Kristin you're bound to get a feral nickname like Chooka or Ferret.

We love nicknames. Out previous cricketing captain was Steve Waugh (war) his nick name was Tugga (Tug o' war), his identical twin brother who also played was Mark, and he was called 'Junior' because he was two minutes younger, or 'Afghanistan' because he was the 'forgotten war'.

So call the baby what you like Sunny, I'll come up with an appropriate nickname for it :)

Rhiemma Moon
Rhiemma Moon
Well-Connected

Jul-15-2007 22:13

heheh... these are the names of my grandchildren:
girls (oldest to youngest)
Cyrene Raine
Emma Treesong
Brynn Lyris
Henna Sunrise
Tayvin Kale

Boys:
Ian James

I love the name Hanna... Hanna Rose... would be beautiful I think



Rhiemma Moon
Rhiemma Moon
Well-Connected

Jul-15-2007 22:17

oh... for a boy...

Donovan

or Ben (aka Sleuth God) jr.

lilangel
lilangel
Sleuth About Town

Jul-20-2007 02:00

I say: whatever you do... don't name it Michelle or Sara(h) ... in my opinion, it's waaayyy tooo common...

Jim Diamond
Jim Diamond

Jul-20-2007 03:34

How about.. Armitage Shanks?

Sophie4
Sophie4
Gopher to the Sleuth Gods

Jul-20-2007 05:00

The Swedish have a great way of naming boys. You just use the last name. For instance Lars Larson, John Johnson, Pear Pearson......etc. How would that transfer though? If your last name were Humperdink, Hump Humperdink, Simp Simpson... I guess it won't work.

Anikka
Anikka
Babelfish

Jul-20-2007 10:56

Well, when it all comes down to it, I think if you have a little boy, the best name just might be Ignatius Menkveld Ringold.

Yeah, that has a nice sound.

Jim Diamond
Jim Diamond

Jul-20-2007 11:23

No one would be able to discern his sex from his name.

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