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December 5th, 2014, 05:40 AM
So I'm about 4.5 months postpartum now, and for the past 2 weeks I've had a constant, dull headache that just won't seem to go away. I've tried drinking more water, hot baths, more sleep, and...
Aiden and Brooks would be a nice pair. The only one I really wouldn't suggest is Alfie... it seems really nicknamish and old-fashioned next to Aiden.
Aiden and Maxwell
Aiden and Oaks
Sorry for any repeats... G, Z, and...
November 29th, 2014, 08:30 AM
I couldn't say my brother's name until I was 3 (D3v!n). No biggy... Rory's not hard, and goes much better with Harrison.
I like Amos, but it is quite matchy with Silas (as both end with an -s). Can I assume your surname to be Woo? If so, some that might work...
Silas and Anton Wu
Silas and Abram Wu
Silas and Jasper...
November 29th, 2014, 08:20 AM
I think it's a non-issue. I know someone who is very, very atheist (detests organized religion), and named her son Zephaniah. Elliott's a pretty mainstream name, and Christian makes me think of...
I'm an Asa fan. Ara is quite feminine to me. If you're looking for an Armenian name, I believe Tiran is one.
November 28th, 2014, 01:03 PM
I am (thank God) not in this situation, and do not come from a divorced family. However, I've seen this played out soooooo many times in the lives of my friends. Keep in mind that you are walking...
November 28th, 2014, 12:45 PM
I know Shilohs and Judahs. Jericho is a name I'd like to see more of...
I like Arthur James and Sophie Beatriz. Congrats! We had a hard time, as we needed to find names that sounded good in Farsi, Turkish, and English. We finally settled on using Italian names as firsts...
November 28th, 2014, 12:18 PM
I'd go for a 3+ syllable middle (to balance out the shortness of Brooks) that neither begins or ends with an S. It also depends on your surname, though...
I voted for Frederick, which is just dashing. Arthur and Desmond are also grand. I'd suggest Malcolm, Jasper, Caspar, Clark, Sterling, Roland, Reid, and Theodore.
November 28th, 2014, 12:11 PM
I love Malcolm (nn Mac... dashing), Frederick, and Desmond. Gareth is nice, but I'd worry he'd be called Garth a lot (maybe I'm just too Southern... it might depend on where you live). Desmond I...
My favourite combo would be Julian Thomas, but Julian can sound a bit feminine... I'd probably go for Caleb Thomas (although it totally depends on the surname).
November 28th, 2014, 12:05 PM
Levi is pretty common. Sorry for any repeats...
They are a bit too matchy for me, as they are both B-y. B.J. is unfortunate... How many syllables is your surname? Origin? What sound does your surname begin with? At the very least, I'd go for a...
November 24th, 2014, 11:43 AM
I like Torin, it's very rough and tumble for me. I think of a little boy in patched up jeans with holes in the knees. I can't imagine it on a girl.
Depends on the surname... Sorry for any repeats...
November 24th, 2014, 11:13 AM
Lee is a bit of a tongue twister with your surname. I actually had a hard time saying it, with all the L's. Ronald Collelo sounds better to me... so do James and Wilson.
Ok, I'm in a similar situation. My DH is Persian with an Arabic surname that sounds like either an alien from a sci-fi movie, or a depression medication (Z0lgh@dr). We just named our daughter, and...
November 21st, 2014, 09:31 AM
I think those 2 would follow him. It is a bit nicknamey... would you consider Oswald, Ozias, or Boaz?
Our daughter is going to be really confused. DH only speaks to her in Farsi, and I only speak to her in English. However, DH's family sometimes speaks Turkish. We live in China, so most other people...
I love Micah. Ford and Ray are honestly a bit choppy together, as they're both one syllable. That being said, middle names are rarely used... the second middle name is even more rarely used. If...
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