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    I can't see it as a name. In my area, Pacific...

    I can't see it as a name. In my area, Pacific Islanders are sometimes referred to as Islanders, so it'd be like somebody naming their baby Hispanic or Asian.
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    Sophia Emma Lily ...

    Sophia
    Emma
    Lily
    Olivia
    Amelia
    Isla
    Isabella
    Abigail
    Sophie
    Chloe
  3. Thread: Jala Kay

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    I would spell it Jayla to avoid pronunciation...

    I would spell it Jayla to avoid pronunciation problems. I think the combo itself sounds fine but if you're already using the first name to honor yourself, I don't see why the middle name would also...
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    1. Would you ever book a ticket to somewhere far...

    1. Would you ever book a ticket to somewhere far without making a travel plan at all? No, I like to have my trips pretty well planned out so that I can see/do as much as possible while I'm on...
  5. I bought my daughter a Sophie the Giraffe when...

    I bought my daughter a Sophie the Giraffe when she was teething and felt that it worked really well. Every kid is different though and when it comes to teethers, it's really a trial and error...
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    Not a big fan of Silas but seeing as I'm not a...

    Not a big fan of Silas but seeing as I'm not a big fan of Jessica Biel or Justin Timberlake either, I'm kind of happy that they used a name I don't care for. LOL. That being said, I'm glad that...
  7. Thread: Clinique

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    I've only heard it as the name of a make-up...

    I've only heard it as the name of a make-up brand. Are you sure it was the first name of the person and not the company they represented? I can't picture it on a person at all. It would be like...
  8. Thread: Maverick

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    Honestly, I think it's too much for a first name....

    Honestly, I think it's too much for a first name. If the kid happened to be outgoing and cool, then sure, Maverick could work. But if the kid was shy and socially awkward, a name like Maverick...
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    Not a fan. I just imagine a parent yelling...

    Not a fan. I just imagine a parent yelling "Doe!" across a playground and it sounding like "D'oh!" (a la Homer Simpson). I think Fawn would be 100 times better.
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    Another vote for Cassia Jade.

    Another vote for Cassia Jade.
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    I feel like at this point celebrities are just...

    I feel like at this point celebrities are just trying to outdo each other with who can pick the most masculine name for their daughter. Not a fan of Dashiell on a girl at all.
  12. Thread: Eden?!

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    I love Eden! I know that technically it can also...

    I love Eden! I know that technically it can also be a boy's name but I've never run into a male in real life with the name so I view it as completely feminine.
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    I bought my first baby names book when I was...

    I bought my first baby names book when I was about 12/13 (so, roughly twenty years ago). I just randomly bought it when I was at Wal-Mart with my mom one day, no biggie. Honestly, cashiers could...
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    I like Truman. It's familiar yet not common, as...

    I like Truman. It's familiar yet not common, as well as being easy to pronounce and spell. If you're not completely sold on it though, there's always Truett which has a similar feel/sound and still...
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    Alexandria and Helena, nn Lexi and Lainey.

    Alexandria and Helena, nn Lexi and Lainey.
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    I believe that 50 is the magic number of employees that a company has to have to be covered by the FMLA.
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    I've heard both thal-yah and tal-ya.

    I've heard both thal-yah and tal-ya.
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    I prefer Eliza Jane, mostly because of the song...

    I prefer Eliza Jane, mostly because of the song "Li'l Liza Jane". It's played on the Pandora toddler station I use for my daughter and every time I hear it, I just think it sounds so cute and sweet.
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    Neither name is my personal style but I think...

    Neither name is my personal style but I think they sound fine together. I've known girls named Shae and Ireland so I view both names as feminine.
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    My daughter is about six months older than yours...

    My daughter is about six months older than yours and I've kept most of her old clothes. I bought two large plastic tubs from Target (they measure about 3ft by 1 1/2 feet) and have stored everything...
  21. Thread: Ora

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    Ora's a family name for me and one that I really...

    Ora's a family name for me and one that I really like but, as others have mentioned, the whole "oral" thing makes it pretty much unusable. Aura is a nice alternative though.
  22. Thread: Big Kid Bed

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    We moved our daughter to her big girl bed at...

    We moved our daughter to her big girl bed at nineteen months when we moved houses. She had started trying to climb out of her crib and we didn't really want to put it back up after the move, so we...
  23. Thread: have you ever

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    Been vegan? No. Stayed in bed all day? Not...

    Been vegan? No.
    Stayed in bed all day? Not that I can recall but I'm sure it's happened before when I've been sick.
    Swam in a river? Only when getting in and out while tubing.
    Rescued an...
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    Definitely "bee". I've never heard anyone...

    Definitely "bee". I've never heard anyone pronounce it "bee-uh".
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    When it's an established name (as with Scarlett,...

    When it's an established name (as with Scarlett, Mae, etc.) then no, it doesn't bother me. Actual misspellings though (Dymond instead of Diamond, for example), I find very annoying.
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