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Try, if you can, to not think all the "what if"'s. Take this one month at a time if possible. You might want to try ovulation sticks but they can be stressful AND misleading. It is easy to...
haha, thanks! @southern.maple your user name is lovely. I hate being suzywoo - I guess I didn't realise how much I would use this site when I registered!
.... and if so how? Thank you.
August 29th, 2014, 01:05 PM
Saranel is not workable to me. It is a name she will have to explain her whole life.
I sometimes like a double barrell and in this case I do. Sara-Ellen is lovely.
Hello everyone. Congrats to you all :) My second baby is due March 2015. I have my first scan in 10 days and then one at 20 weeks. We won't be finding out the sex. I feel that this is probably...
August 26th, 2014, 03:41 AM
They are all nice names but I much prefer Romilly from your signature, beautiful.
Hi, we are Team Green! We went the same way with our son who was born Oct 13. I felt strongly he was a boy but then I had a 50/50 chance of being right hey?! This one is due March 15 and we will...
August 24th, 2014, 04:00 PM
I would say don't go with any A names at all. They are not featured in your current list and ALL A names would definitely sound a bit twee to me!
I have no problem with Endora at all, and...
Sofia/Sophia - elegant and beautiful. Whilst Sophie is sweet it is a little too soft for my tastes.
I'm a brit and it would never occur to me to pr. Cara/Kara as Care-Uh. But either way I prefer it to Madelaine.
August 22nd, 2014, 08:10 AM
Nothing wrong with any of these names. I'm not crazy for Colette.
I love Cara - not dusty at all!
Erica and Sasha are fine, quite nice. Alexa/Alexia/Lexi is actually rather trendy here.
My out and...
Delilah is feisty!
Eleanor is strong.
Maybe something shorter if you feel she would fit something less frilly? Don't forget she will change, oh how she will change......
Rosa, Cora, Norah?
How do Berries feel about lovely Juliet? (Or Juliette?), is she more timeless than my beloved Penelope? Fresher than Tabitha?
How does Juliet Elizabeth Pearl sound to you?
Would she make a good...
I don't think you need to use any names that you don't like just because they are OH's family names and he loves them - but you do need to meet him in the middle somehow. How about an entirely...
Clover, Opal and Twyla come on down!!!
Elodie Jude - 5/10 - Elodie is pretty but may shorten to Ellie which I just hear too much - and I don't like Jude for a girl
Quinn Lenora - 5/10 - Lenora is fabulous, Quinn is all boy...
I don't know the story sorry but I would make your question into a new post so Berries see it and respond.
August 20th, 2014, 01:48 PM
great thread :)
you seem to like very simple, sweet classic girl names. How about;
Iris, Ivy, Cleo, Clara, Jane, Mia, Joy, May, June, April, Fearn, Flora, Fleur, Lilac, Lara, Carol, Anya, Aster, Esther, Calla,...
August 13th, 2014, 01:48 PM
Isobel - the best spelling, by far. Pretty, sophiscated. But I AM bored of hearing it
Eloise - Delightful, I prefer Heloise
Matilda - Very cute, I am not keen on the natural nn's of Mattie, Tilly...
I would not cut her any slack! She is behaving terribly and her age is not an excuse. Tell her that you want a good relationship with her, that you want your son to have a good relationship with her...
Definitely keep the P. Without it, my assumption would be that the name giver didn't realise there was a silent P and had just heard the name somewhere.
I like Ptolemy. Poo poo to anyone who thinks...
August 13th, 2014, 12:29 PM
I'm assuming just my family and not DH's.
I would choose;
I love middle names. I love them because I think you can use names that you wouldn't or couldn't use up front.
A word name maybe that captures what you envisage or hope for your child's life -...
I have a Silas :)
He is Silas Robert Patrick as we use family names for middles. I think his name is very strong and handsome!
If we had picked something purely because we liked it we probably...
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