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  1. Everyone who felt the need to predict my baby's...

    Everyone who felt the need to predict my baby's sex believed that I was going to have a boy: Surprise! It was a girl. It was kind of funny and in more than one instance I was glad for certain people...
  2. Thread: Sibling Name Help!

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    Eoin, Fionn and Rowan (prefer Roan, and also love...

    Eoin, Fionn and Rowan (prefer Roan, and also love Ronan) from the boys. Maeve and Evelyn from the girls. Both of which have Irish roots/variation as well: Meabh and Eibhleann, which I would be...
  3. Thread: Wdyt

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    Hmm. Well, I don't think Clare or June are...

    Hmm. Well, I don't think Clare or June are "girly" names (such as Isabella is), even though they are strongly identified as feminine names and I do prefer them as such. However, I do think they'd...
  4. Thread: WDYT of Saxon?

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    I don't think it's terrible, but if you're...

    I don't think it's terrible, but if you're looking for a name that will be either adored, liked or neutral then I don't think this is it. It'll raise some eyebrows and get the responses as seen hear...
  5. I think that if you are going to call Theodore...

    I think that if you are going to call Theodore Teddy %100 of the time, you should just name him Teddy, as within the sibset they are all "just" nicknames, rather than Charles, Jackson / Jacoby /...
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    Luise -- loo-EE-zuh is the best I can come up...

    Luise -- loo-EE-zuh is the best I can come up with as a written explanation. Quite similar to Louisa. Here's the german prn on Forvo: http://www.forvo.com/word/luise/
  7. Thread: adopted children

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    I agree that if the child is older, keeping the...

    I agree that if the child is older, keeping the original given name or something very close to it (sound wise), would be excellent. Depending on the age of the child, they also may be able to...
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    I've met a couple little ones named James, and...

    I've met a couple little ones named James, and I've heard Jameson a few times ... wondering if that name is where parents who want James but are looking for something more "hip" are going. I've heard...
  9. Thread: Honour names

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    I don't have a whole lot of great options for who...

    I don't have a whole lot of great options for who I want to honor either because while I want to honor this or that person I also really want to love the name. I've had to branch out a bit into names...
  10. Thread: Thoughts on Leif?

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    Oh, and one Leif I know has a brother named...

    Oh, and one Leif I know has a brother named Casey. So there you go!
  11. Thread: Thoughts on Leif?

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    I LOVE Leif! I know a few of them (I have lived...

    I LOVE Leif! I know a few of them (I have lived and currently live in areas with strong Scandinavian heritage so that is probably why). I regard it as a classic and so even though it is from...
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    Some of the combos do sound very religious,...

    Some of the combos do sound very religious, however many of the names that are and have been quite popular are from the bible, so while they have ties they are also considered classic names. If I...
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    Lionel -- Hmm, I think I could grow to like it. I...

    Lionel -- Hmm, I think I could grow to like it. I always think of Lionel Richie. I prefer some other Leo, lion options. I also can't help but picture Linus from Peanuts when trying to imagine this on...
  14. Thread: Ford?

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    Ford sounds like a truck to me! But I do know a...

    Ford sounds like a truck to me! But I do know a little boy (10ish?) who is named Ford (and his last name starts with an F and is a word name, so if he can pull it off I'm sure your kid can). I agree...
  15. Thread: Spanish Names

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    Favorites! Abdiel -- my mom lived in Puerto...

    Favorites!

    Abdiel -- my mom lived in Puerto Rico for a time and there was a little neighborhood boy with this name. Love it.
    Bruno -- adore this name. I want to meet more Brunos...
    Fabian -- I...
  16. Thread: Gender Benders!

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    Hmm. Gender benders I see as being somewhat...

    Hmm. Gender benders I see as being somewhat separate from unisex names. Many of your "girls names that suit boys" were actually boy names to begin with or are surnames and therefore fairly unisex...
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    I have met several Isabellas and, less so,...

    I have met several Isabellas and, less so, Isabelles (or whichever spelling), most under the age of 8. I think it's popular for good reason and actually really love all the super popular names (adore...
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    Evangeline is a delicately featured blonde haired...

    Evangeline is a delicately featured blonde haired girl with bright eyes and a mix of sweet and sass to her. I'm picturing a five year old. She likes to wear pretty dresses and play tea party as well...
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    One syllable middle names are hard if you want...

    One syllable middle names are hard if you want something more unique than the standard fare of Claire, Rose, Lynn, Jean, Jane, Quinn, Grace, Hope, Beth, Anne, Mae, Joy, Ray, Kay, June, etc., not that...
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    I too thought it was made up and sounds a lot...

    I too thought it was made up and sounds a lot like Hiya Leah! I am not familiar with the place associations, which actually makes it even less usable as anyone who is familiar with the name will...
  21. Thread: Maebh?

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    I agree with this, and I do believe the original...

    I agree with this, and I do believe the original spelling is the even more confusing Meabh! Maeve is a well recognized Anglicized spelling. It's not all that often we get accepted and well rendered...
  22. I grew up with a Susanna (a pretty, strong, quiet...

    I grew up with a Susanna (a pretty, strong, quiet girl) and have an aunt by marriage with the name (a little stuck up and spoiled). I think it's a very sweet, spunky but also demure name, that feels...
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    My favorites: Rose Flora Magnolia Dahlia...

    My favorites:
    Rose
    Flora
    Magnolia
    Dahlia
    Violet -- though prefer Viola, which gives you a musical reference too!
    Tulip -- actually know the cutest little dog with this name, though I also...
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    I think considering your full combo of Evangeline...

    I think considering your full combo of Evangeline Phaedra Rose, Effie works and provides a "makes sense" factor that otherwise wouldn't be there for people. I think you'd probably get people who here...
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    Definitely Roan. I was a bit undecided for the...

    Definitely Roan. I was a bit undecided for the fourth one but I'm going to go with Graham.
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