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I have a Nora in my family and they call her Norabelle, though that isn't her middle name. I think it is getting really common to just tack Belle on the end of a short name, so I would avoid using it...
I think that this name is so lovely and spunky at the same time. It would work well on either a girly-girl or tomboy.
Albert nn Bert
Abraham nn Bram
Sebastian nn Bastian
I would only recommend changing your name back to Emily Rose or keeping it as Beatrix. Changing your name to something different twice will almost certainly come off as immature and silly. Some...
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My husband and I also decided to have a child while in school. I can say that it is really a motivator. We were also able to avoid daycare through alternating schedules, which would not have been...
Luke, Eliza and
@ babynameaholic - I had a female cat named Kentucky, so I must have liked that name too.
I remember liking Jonasy and Oliver for boys. I liked Rosabell, Jennifer, and Alexandria Elizabeth for...
Ophelia Lenore is beautiful! Both names are a bit dark when you think of them as literary, but that's charming in itself. I don't personally care for Cecily at all, though I do know a 23 year old...
April 14th, 2014, 01:56 PM
Adelaide Louise gets my vote. Arlo Louis is nice. I especially like the name Louis. Archer Louis might work too.
April 14th, 2014, 01:43 PM
I have had mostly good reactions to Scout. One older relative did call her Gracie for the first year or so, but I think it was accidental. Most people just associate the name with the book. While...
I like it, but Kanye West has left his imprint on both West and North for me. It definitely has a celeb feel, but that probably won't last forever. Bear is nice, but maybe a little out there. Fox,...
I wouldn't use it. People will definitely think you chose it because they are so similar.
Both Jennifer and Heather were most popular in the 1970's, but that isn't the case with Kate. The name Kate was used frequently in the 1800's and has not fallen off the charts since.
April 11th, 2014, 03:48 PM
You could consider switching to one of the doctors that your friends are seeing. I think it's important to feel comfortable with the office when you're pregnant, or think of what could go wrong...
April 11th, 2014, 03:36 PM
Clark was my first thought, but I don't really read comics.
April 11th, 2014, 03:27 PM
I believe most people have their first doctor visit at 8 weeks, but may not have an ultrasound until as late as 20 weeks. It probably depends quite a bit on the doctor that you're seeing. Some may...
I like Augustus.
Mariner - similar to Sailor, but I think it is stronger.
Dodger - A Dickens literary name.
Alder - A tree name.
Knighton - Similar to Kingston. I like the name Night better.
April 11th, 2014, 02:19 PM
Tell him that you'll only consider changing it if he'll actually sit down with you and research / discuss names for a good several hours. It isn't fair for him to be so unhappy if he isn't actually...
I like how spunky Elliot is on a girl. I think a longer middle is a good idea. Elliot Katherine is pretty. I would personally call her "Ellie Kat," which is just the best. My five year old writes Cat...
I know of a baby girl named Maddox, which surprised me. I don't think it's bad though. I do agree that the middle should be feminine. Lincoln Elizabeth would actually look somewhat elegant.
Primrose by miles. It is unusual and gorgeous. I think Winter might feel cold and remote as a name. Willa is so close to Wilma that I can't bring myself to like it.
April 11th, 2014, 11:55 AM
All three are very nice choices. I slightly prefer Leo and Max to Leo and Gus, but that's only because I always think of the mouse on Cinderella.
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