Nope.. People keep taking traditional boy names and giving them to their daughters; effectively shortening an already short list to choose from.
April 4, 2013 at 8:17 AM
I don't like the "boy/girl?" names for boys (unless it was already a traditionally boys' name, like Casey) but fine for girls. That said, I have an "Erin" that people want to think/spell Aaron. And a "Sam" (Samuel) that hates that Samantha's are "Sam", too.
My current name pet peeve is the overuse of y's, changing out regular vowels for a y, like it will get more points in the score of name Scrabble. Like: Eryn, Mykel, Aydyn, Dylyn, Davyd, Morgyn.