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  1. Oh stunning, classic Margaret with her wealth of...

    Oh stunning, classic Margaret with her wealth of history and international recognition over inflexible, little girl Mabel every time. Margaret must be second only to Elizabeth for range of nicknames...
  2. Poll: I voted Kian as it is close to the Irish Kieran...

    I voted Kian as it is close to the Irish Kieran (keer-ran) which I love. I think Reid would face a lifetime of 'is that with two ee's?'
  3. He wanted none, I dream of six. We currently have...

    He wanted none, I dream of six. We currently have two. VERY important to agree all this before you marry.
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    Poll: Oh Arthur sits beautifully in that middle spot!

    Oh Arthur sits beautifully in that middle spot!
  5. Thread: Favorite Boys

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    Poll: I voted for Jonah but I also like Caspian, Finn,...

    I voted for Jonah but I also like Caspian, Finn, Leo and Arlo. All lovely, easy to spell and pronounce and not too common (well, Finn's pretty popular but it's gorgeous so who cares).

    Meyer and...
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    Boy, boy, boy!

    Boy, boy, boy!
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    Both are nice but I prefer Hugo.

    Both are nice but I prefer Hugo.
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    Poll: Neither is my style but the nn Sully swung it for...

    Neither is my style but the nn Sully swung it for me.
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    While I agree she was rude and upsetting you can...

    While I agree she was rude and upsetting you can take some silver lining from this cloud: has Whit run into problems with having a girly name? Wayland is unusual so others may react in a similar...
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    Poor you, I found they tended to stop/start and...

    Poor you, I found they tended to stop/start and generally faff around a bit as my supply increased and they were a bit 'choked' by the initial flow. Alternatively he might not be getting the...
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    I only had c-sections without labour so can't...

    I only had c-sections without labour so can't advise you from personal experience but the very hippyish midwife at my birthing class finally admitted that 75% of women on their very supportive...
  12. Thread: Bram

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    I like it as a nickname for Abraham, but I always...

    I like it as a nickname for Abraham, but I always prefer the longer version of most names as they give more choices to the child as they grow.
  13. Thread: Which one?

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    Poll: River is for boys I think, the current Oscar...

    River is for boys I think, the current Oscar Pistourios trial would probably make me mishear it as 'Rivva' for a girl but that won't be in the public mind for too long.
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    Scarlett or Sheryl for me. I like Serena but not...

    Scarlett or Sheryl for me. I like Serena but not Serene I'm afraid.
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    Poll: I think Joseph is such a great name;...

    I think Joseph is such a great name; international, timeless, some wonderful namesakes and yet I don't know a single Joseph under the age of ten.
  16. Sorry you are having a tough time at the moment....

    Sorry you are having a tough time at the moment. We flew with our six week old daughter for two hours every month until she was one and it was just fine, nurse during take off and landing if you can....
  17. I loved the big surprise: 'it's a girl!'. Also it...

    I loved the big surprise: 'it's a girl!'. Also it gives you double the amount of baby names to fantasize over.
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    I think we need some 'crazy' examples to judge....

    I think we need some 'crazy' examples to judge. Elliot is lovely. My personal taste is to keep Ninja etc for the middle spot.
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    Dog then Bob are my first thoughts. Not something...

    Dog then Bob are my first thoughts. Not something I'd chose as a given name unless it had a family connection.
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    Poll: Hmm, a lifetime of spelling it either way....

    Hmm, a lifetime of spelling it either way. 'hawthorn (without an 'e'!) Rose sounds like a species rather than a person, but Zephyr Rose sounds like a scented breeze air freshner. Neither is my style...
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    No, absolutely not.

    No, absolutely not.
  22. I have two friends who had one set night feed for...

    I have two friends who had one set night feed for their husbands to do from six weeks old, so 11pm was always daddy plus bottle, all the rest were mummy; perhaps it was the consistency that helped...
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    I have never understood the appeal, it just makes...

    I have never understood the appeal, it just makes me think of the leaf of a book or a young manservant, neither of which suggest a girl's name. It also feels a little dated.
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    Dominic Zane would be lovely. I much prefer...

    Dominic Zane would be lovely. I much prefer Dominic for its flexibility in nns and more international feel if he wants to travel. It is familiar but not overly common, the sweet spot.
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    I'd be very confused to meet someone called...

    I'd be very confused to meet someone called Springfield as I only know it was a fictional town similar to Oz or Smallville. Not my style I'm afraid. If it was a family surname I could understand it...
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