After that first experience, after an appropriate interval, you need a name or names again. This time, you know enough to listen to suggestions and smile mysteriously, it is to be hoped like Mona Lisa and not Hannibal Lecter. You have greater issues, like where will this one live once (you) are no longer an option? But when the Sibling-to-Be suggests Fluffy, you know a name or names should be ready before someone blurts "Wilberforce!" at an inopportune moment.
I have a suggestion. Oh, do I ever. I recommend this helpful book:
And here is what its publishers (or maybe the people at Amazon) have to say about Traditional Molvanian Baby Names:
Molvania is just north of Bulgaria and downwind from Chernobyl. The funniest book about baby names you will ever read: every name available from European republic Molvania, birthplace of the polka and whooping cough. This book is full of traditional baby names from Molvania and their meanings. Are you stuck on what to call you new pride and joy? How about: BRUZVYLIZ - Bruce Willis JINKZTA - Unlucky MAYKUPPUTYANA - Fun Girl (literally - 'Heavily made-up working girl') There are hundreds of unique and meaningful names for any new baby. You're sure to be the envy of all the other mums with a Molvanian baby name!
In case you're still dazed from peeling the latest catalogs off your eyeballs (if you think you've got trouble, guess what came to our house? the J.Peterman Company Catalog. Worthy of its own post, so 'nuff said for now) - in case you're still dazed, as I said, let me make very clear that Molvania is a fictional country with fictional customs and fictional folkways. There is also a Molvanian guidebook, called Molvania: a Land Untouched By Modern Dentistry, which is a send-up of TV travel personalities' books. Also amusing but nowhere nearly as practical. You can bring this with you to baby showers, although probably not if the prospective mom is your boss.