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December 16th, 2013, 11:30 AM
No kids yet but my patience is already running thin.
First irritating creature things against the wall (when the revolution comes) - the 'Piplings' from Waybuloo http://youtu.be/DZBkc4Ruf-s
100% English for all the generations we know. English, not British...imagine my disappointment as a teenager going through my 'Celtic' phase. Heartbreaking ;-)
Also a first generation born...
December 13th, 2013, 08:42 AM
Thought about it a lot. Combined with my last name, I am the only person with my name. That feels very...open and identifiable. However, when I think about it...nothing else feels right. I considered...
December 10th, 2013, 12:54 AM
Going to my SIL's family for lunch, should be nice I expect. Hopefully I won't be expected to eat seafood, that's always awkward.
For dinner my partner and I will revel in having our choice of...
December 10th, 2013, 12:00 AM
Ausberrie here. Wow! All this talk of Thanks Giving food has really opened up a world of the weird and wonderful for me. I was 'inspired' to do some YouTubing. 'Hashbrown casserole' O.o some day I'll...
So I met a Harlow the other day, she was very, very new (minutes old).
Just a heads up that this name has now made it to regional Australia, so...if you're looking for something...
Love Gabriel (there may be an actor...etc), Gideon less so, mostly because of a girl I know with that name, nn. 'Gids' >.>.
August 18th, 2013, 09:57 PM
Kit is an excellent nn of the classic Christopher... I am Australian so I don't understand Tucker as a name ('tucker' is slang for food, which may compound my resistance to it).
August 18th, 2013, 09:51 PM
Ah, hippies, bless. That said, in my more religious past I liked Evensong for a girl. Any Anglicans/CoE peeps out there...you're welcome ;-)
August 18th, 2013, 08:38 PM
Kyra is a lovely name, why not spell it correctly? The meaning is the same to you, the unusual spelling will mean lots of effort on the part of your child for the rest of their life. That said, be...
Both my partner and I are originals (only people with our first and surname combinations). This is something that will be easy to arrange for our children, but I also liked having MY name, one I...
August 5th, 2013, 10:34 PM
None of this is at all surprising, we choose names, what we choose is loaded with meaning (consciously or unconsciously). Of course there will be broad trends among these groups.
I don't like hard...
So many...but the one that's grating most at the minute is 'Bennet', what I that?!
August 3rd, 2013, 08:24 AM
Benson makes me think of the cigarette brand (Benson and Hedges) so I automatically prefer Avi.
August 3rd, 2013, 07:20 AM
Flopsy (one of Peter Rabbit's siblings)
Well...that's awkward, I would warn against spreading that opinion too widely, you may run into some Aussie Karas or their friends/relations.
Of course your close friends will remember but as...
August 3rd, 2013, 04:01 AM
I guess Ker-sten?
That I know (/ know of)
Rushton is also the lead love interest in the Obernewtyn Chronicles (scifi/fantasy series).
Perhaps for this reason it doesn't bother me particularly (certainly not as much as 'Obernewtyn' does,...
July 28th, 2013, 12:26 AM
Joan - Jeanne d'arc, Joan Smith (British author/Journalist)
Julia - Julia Gillard (first Australian female primeminister and the one that er, did the misogyny speech), also Julian for a boy, you can...
Mycroft (brother of Sherlock) or Prof. Moriarty aka 'The Professor' ;-)
I should try to dissuade you because I love it (partly because it is so unusual)! It is my second or first favourite name for a girl (it swaps around, maybe that's better, sometimes names don't fit...
Warwick for a boy? Warwick - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
These are just about sold to my partner *fingers crossed*
Girl: Honoria (nn. Ria or Honi)- the sound, the meaning, I guess culturally it fits for me and references one of my favourite (silly)...
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