My oldest daughter's name is Addison. Addison used to be a boy name and a lot of people(on CM) still consider it to be one. That being said, I've never met a little boy or a grown man with the name Addison. I've met a few other little girls with the name though.
So tell me, does your little girl have a "boy" name? If so, how many boys do you actually know with that name? It can be the other way around too!
by AnonymousJanuary 9, 2013 at 7:03 PM
My daughters name is Aubrey. It's a male name. My grandpa would call her a him all the time to pick on me. He had an uncle with the name.
yeah no kidding and very good looking. he's my favorite too.
Actually Trace Adkins changed his name to Trace. His is also Tracy...my favorite singer and farrrr from femenine LOL
my husband's RN is Lynn but he goes by Alex. And there is Tracy Byrd, Trace Atkins, and Tracy Lawrence (male country singers), and they don't seem to mind their names.
by cabsmom10January 9, 2013 at 7:05 PMMy name is originally a boy's name: Bryn. My ds1 is Cameron (a unisex name), dd is Brooklyn and ds2 is Declan.
by LisaSmockJanuary 9, 2013 at 7:07 PMMy little boys name is Reilly
My boy has a girly name....at least I have seen more girls than boys with it. It's Riley.
My son doesn't have a girly name and my daughter doesn't have a boy name but I know a girl named Tristan, a guy named Mackenzie, I have a sister named Bayleigh (Bailey) (I know at least 3 girl with the name), a girl named Tyler, a girl named Spencer, and a lot of guys, girls named Jordan, a girl named Blake, I have a niece named Logan, and a girl named Codee.
Sorry if that was a lot haha
Quoting LucyHarper:I know two female Robins personally(1 is my cousin and the other was my bff in school) I knew of a few other Robins in my school also female. I never met a male Robin. I can see it going knob g both ways too aka Robin Wiliams
It is to me and just about everyone I know.
It just sounds soft and feminine to me. Also, I've only ever known girls with this name. I can see how it works both ways but it definitely isn't noticeably masculine.
Robin is a derivative of Robert and is the name of so many well known guys I don't know how anyone could think of it as a girls name.
Robin is 100% girls only name here in my region of the US. However, I know in other regions it is predominately male.
I know two guys named Addison, one is an adult and the other is a kid in my sons class. I don't know any girls with that name. Just saying. My sons names are Tate and Robin, some say Robin is feminine, I think they're crazy.