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I like Thomas Garrett and Eden Christina. And I'm glad each of those sons named Brady goes by his middle.
Eden's actually a tad religious for my taste, but I like the combination.
March 9th, 2014, 01:36 AM
I thought of the small gator from Latin/Central America.
Someone suggested Carmen, which is nicer, IMO. Also, what about these alternatives:
Cadence (with this you could use the nickname Cady,...
How often do you see this niece and her parents?
If you see them rarely, like 1-2 times/year, I would use Isabelle Layne, since you do sound like you love it.
If you are particularly close with...
March 9th, 2014, 01:10 AM
It sounds like you really want to have the surprise at birth, so I think that's what you should do.
Personally, I think it's still just as much of a surprise at 16-20 weeks. But the heart wants...
I like Elsa Kathleen better.
I really like your names! I can't see any of them being even remotely damaging (the one exception being, maaaybe, Ophelia, but even then...) Maybe the long winter is getting to people?
I like ashleyjuliette's suggestion of Martha Jasmine.
@southernmaple, What do you think of the international variation, Marta? I feel like this could come back because Clara has.
March 3rd, 2014, 06:21 PM
I like your children's names a lot.
Thomas Bryan would be very nice with your daughters' names.
I like Mischa's suggestions of Elle Catherine and Elle Theodora. Go with something substantial and classic and non-trendy in the middle, since Elle is sort of "new" as a stand-alone name.
March 2nd, 2014, 12:27 AM
I know I'm in the minority on this site but I think giving someone two middle names is a little bit much. Sure, it's fun picking out all those names, and you want to make sure your child has...
March 2nd, 2014, 12:04 AM
Rose, Rosie, Rosalie
Amy (like Amy Adams)
I like Pampers Swaddlers for the brand-new baby stage, then once they're in size 2 or 3 it's much more economical to go with the Kirkland (Costco) or Wal-mart kind. The "blowout" poops that a...
I'm pleasantly surprised. I've been dying to know what they were going to name him and they certainly didn't disappoint. And I guessed one of the middles!
March 1st, 2014, 10:59 PM
It bums me out when people specifically hate on Marie, pointing out that it's dated and a default middle. Yes, it is a bit generic and overused as a middle name, but I've always loved it.
February 28th, 2014, 09:22 PM
"Aeyden Frank – "Aeyyyy! I'm the Fronz!"[/QUOTE]
LOL! I'd probably watch it if that were what he called himself.
February 28th, 2014, 09:20 PM
Soooo, are they all "Brady W." at school? Or does each have the last name of his respective mother? Maybe they go by first and middle, when they're at home?
Too many Bradys!
I think that book traumatized me a little when I was a child!
Name?: Laura Alison M____r B____n
DOB?: April 9th, 1983
Occupation?: Mom, part-time student
State/town/ city?: Santa Clarita, CA
Children's names?: James, Will, Elise,...
Mine is obnoxious. With our first two kids, he basically named them (family names, his side) and I warmed up to the names over the course of my pregnancies (after the gender ultrasound). For our...
Discrepancies in numbers of letters don't bug me too much, but I won't usually consider first names that have more than three syllables.
I kind of have this thing going on right now where I'm...
February 23rd, 2014, 11:08 PM
My brother's name is alliterative and very, very close to Max Malone. Certainly this is a bias for me, but I think Max Malone works well.
I know this wasn't part of your original question but I...
Yep, I know or have heard of a few families where they clearly didn't wait the six-week postpartum period. I've heard that "Irish twins" is a derogatory way to say it but I don't think there is...
February 22nd, 2014, 11:55 PM
I like Olivia and Derek as siblings to Avery.
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