Sunday Summary: 2/14/10 February 14, 2010 By appellationmountain Leave a Comment Happy Valentine’s Day! Which reminds me, a new ABC series called Happy Town will premier in late April. Share this:FacebookTwitterEmailPrint
Henley also brings to mind Don Henley, so maybe that’s the slightly masculine vibe?
Could be … that’s a nice point, JNE.
Friends of mine are expecting a baby boy to be named Henley…first I’d heard of it. Everyone hears it as either “Henry” or as a kind of shirt. Strikes me as kind of feminine too.
I’m surprised they’re using it for a boy, too. But Henley sounds more masculine than Kenley or Tenley. Maybe because I’ve never met one …
And yes, there is a “shirt” vibe to Henley, isn’t there? LOL!
I’ve noticed a few Baylens/Baylins in the Aussie notices.
“Our perceptions of popularity are highly flawed” – Agreed.
One Kiwi recently discounted Georgia/Jorja for being too overused so what did some fellow posters from NZ suggest along the lines of “cute, feminine and NOT too popular girl names”? – Charlotte, Ruby and Amelia. All top ten names.
A Breaker would get consistent flatulent jokes here.
Celebrity baby blog reports that Ellie and Elfie were two of the other names on Heidi’s short list. Here’s the link: http://celebrity-babies.com/2010/02/12/new-baby-looked-like-a-lou-says-heidi-klum/#more-83575
Oooh … I missed that. Ellie I get, but Elfie … wow!
That smiley face was suppose to be an OMG face but turned into a sad face. Sorry.
OMG, I know the family of Regina Caeli, what a small world!!! :() I think its a beautiful name and its such a great sibset.
NO! That’s wild. I actually don’t know them other than to see them in church.