Please help me name my hatchling.

Elohi

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Hey all, so it's likely that my new baby is female and since it's going to be a few years until I know for sure, I'm not sure if the name I had originally picked out will fly or not. I was going to call my leopard hatchling , "Truman" but making it a feminine name later would be too close to the name of a deceased beloved boxer my husband had. So...
Ideas? Unisex, gender less, or female names?
Here is the little one I chose and will be here tomorrow morning.
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Muffin? Banjo? Luna? Freckles?
Suggestions greatly appreciated.


Sheldon? Huckleberry? Yoda? Weaver? Melon? Bluebonnet? River? Amarillo? Neptune? Caliche?
 
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I am partial to the name River. It is my dogs name :)
Very cute baby!


I re- vote and agree with RedFootMom!
Great name!
 

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I like huckleberry
 

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Truman unless you find out he is a she then you can go with Trudy or just Tru or Trully. Trully is a pretty girls name. It was the name of one of the female leads on the show Bunheads. I always thought it was a cool name for a girl.
 

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Just realized we were looking for GIRL names. Will stick with Dallas!

Also Bluebonnet. Call a boy 'Blue'; a girl 'Bonnie.'

Elohi said:
Hey all, so it's likely that my new baby is female and since it's going to be a few years until I know for sure, I'm not sure if the name I had originally picked out will fly or not. I was going to call my leopard hatchling , "Truman" but making it a feminine name later would be too close to the name of a deceased beloved boxer my husband had. So...
Ideas? Unisex, gender less, or female names?
Here is the little one I chose and will be here tomorrow morning.


Muffin? Banjo? Luna? Freckles?
Suggestions greatly appreciated.


Sheldon? Huckleberry? Yoda? Weaver? Melon? Bluebonnet? River? Amarillo? Neptune? Caliche?

 
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