Struggling to name baby.... - Page 3
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Can't say I'm a fan of unisex names for girls, seems very yuppie-ish/bland affluent suburbia. Also it evokes, for me at least, that anxious form of feminism obsessed with symbolism rather than sincere equality. There could be exceptions of course. Since having a baby is often really just a fun project in engineering a model human, I think it's necessary to question what you think the girl would look like. If both parents are stout, a unisex name would be especially terrible in terms of making her succeed romantically. If she's gonna be a lanky blonde, then yes maybe a unisex name over something hyper-feminine like 'Kitty' would be better.
You and I have very different ideas of fun.
I've always liked Alexis, but I suppose that's out(?). Of course, I'm the guy whose first choice for a boy's name is McLovin.
My name's Natasha... I get a lot of compliments on my name and I never feel embarrassed. (I've heard of awful names for girls like "My Tu" pronounced "Me Too", just names so long god knows how to say it.)
Hey you can always go with North West when in doubt.