Discussion in 'Off The Beaten Track' started by sk9tingfan, May 4, 2011.
Those are very thoughtful choices but I'm guessing she wants to keep the letter M within her brood.
Titania and Tatiana.
Tit and Tata's for short.
Mam and Mary?
Ah, good question. That was the place (the Smithsonian Castle), but I don't know which room, so I don't know the decor. Could be French Impressionist, or Stained Glass, or American Colonial, or Crypt.
Then someone I know would have to name their son Back Seat Stratus.
Director Ron Howard and his wife Sheryl gave their children middle names of all the cities they were conceived in...
I think I would have a hard time convincing Mr. NC that a child of his should be called Cape Cod National Seashore. Would it be Coddy for a nickname?
When I hear the name Monroe I can only think of the neighbor on that old TV show Too Close for Comfort.
Great, now I have that stupid TV theme song in my head
Get your mind out of the back seat! We're talking about places people got engaged in. My friend did not have sex in the Smithsonian . . . as far as I know.
Well, they WERE engaged....so to speak.
Rex hath spoken wondrous naughty!
They will have shortened names by the time they attend pre-school. M. Scott or Rocco for him and Mona or Ro for her.
Apple and Moses are better choices? Suri? When you have celeb status parents, it probably doesn't matter if you have unusual names. Moon Zappa?
Jason Lee of Earl fame named his son Pilot Inspector..
Actually, it's Inspektor. Even better!
Bryan Adam's is a father...of Mirabella Bunny
Well we all knew already she was totally mad.
An Easter Friday baby with an Easter name.
I remember watching a VH1 show about the crazy celeb. baby names. I think the oddest one to me was a baby named Audio Science. I think the mom's name is Shannyn Sossamon and was the leading lady in Knight's Tale w/ Heath Ledger.
Ok, Nick has already given them nicknames. Drumroll: Roc & Roe.
At least he's also admitted they're already more famous than he is
on talk soup, joel said they were named after a pill popper and an armoir
This reminds me of Johnny Dangerously...."did you know your name is an adverb"?
Separate names with a comma.