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I don't think it's weird
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Originally posted by Random Thoughts Random Thoughts wrote:

Has anyone ever heard/seen a son named after his mother? Or a daughter named after her daddy?

Like Tracy, Jordan, Casey, Shaun, Alex, etc.


My sister's middle name is a variation on my dad's middle name. His is Lynn, her's is Lynniece (sp).
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I don't see an issue with it.

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I'm named after both my parents. Ermm
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I love my name, I would name my daughter after me Smile
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I don't like it, but I don't like the idea of male juniors either .
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its done all the time.  when did it become a problem in american culture?
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Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

I've never heard much casual conversation about it aside from someone i know being called narcissistic for wanting to do it.  I was just watching a virtual discussion about it and a lot of women seemed to think it was weird.  I've noticed it online a few times.
Hmm. I've never really observed it. The topic is new on me.

Perhaps the obscurity is due, in part at least, to our male privledged society. I wonder, if there was an increase in the jr girl phenom, would men be less likely to use suffixes with their sons for fear it would be seen as feminine.

A similiar occurrence is seen with naming girls traditionally male names. Once it happens, it's seen as more of a "girl's" name rather than unisex. Ex: Ashley.
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Originally posted by Random Thoughts Random Thoughts wrote:

Has anyone ever heard/seen a son named after his mother? Or a daughter named after her daddy?

Like Tracy, Jordan, Casey, Shaun, Alex, etc.
 
i was named after my daddy.  kinda.  the female version of his name actually...i would have been ok with the male version as well.  my middle name is my moms first name...
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and i don't see an issue with mothers naming their daughters after themselves....

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