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    Ha! This is exactly when I use Grants full name!...

    Ha! This is exactly when I use Grants full name! I think because Grant is one syllable, adding the William on makes a better impact. His name just rolls off the tongue though (in fact I've met two...
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    We'd thought of Bryant but it irks me...can't...

    We'd thought of Bryant but it irks me...can't stand spelling Brian with a Y so the look of Bryant bugs me a lot.
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    We are not set on Calvin or Weston but they ae...

    We are not set on Calvin or Weston but they ae the only two that we can agree on :-/
    Wesley Brian does sound better but after going back and forth for ages, we've decided we really prefer Weston to...
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    I talked to a friend about this after posting it...

    I talked to a friend about this after posting it here and she got me thinking- I think dad would understand and be ok with it but I would probably carry regret or feelings of guilt at disappointing...
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    We aren't interested in a double middle. Dads mn...

    We aren't interested in a double middle. Dads mn is Douglas - not a fan. Surname is Fogg, which is kinda cool with Calvin, but sounds like a weather patten when paired with Weston.
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    All's fair in love and names?

    My son has my father in law's name for his middle name. It also happens to be my husband's middle name, and my daughter has my middle name, so it's not totally a tribute to the father in law, if that...
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    Calvin + what middle name?

    We have *mostly* decided on Calvin for our little guy coming in July. 'Mostly' as in, we aren't going to look anymore for another name, but if one finds us out of the blue we may go for it.
    Aside...
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    Could you use Huck as a nn for Henry?

    Could you use Huck as a nn for Henry?
  9. Thread: Tuckerman!

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    hubs doesn't like Tucker on it's own :-/ *sigh*

    hubs doesn't like Tucker on it's own :-/
    *sigh*
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    I knew a little boy in very rural VT name Harvest...

    I knew a little boy in very rural VT name Harvest and that was...ok. Harvester reminds me of a piece of farm equipment. Harvest on it's own or Harvey would be better for sure.
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    Tuckerman!

    Husband came up with a name idea last night - Tuckerman, ala Tuckerman's Ravine on Mt. Washington - a mountain I grew up very close to. He'd be Tuck for short. We have a distant family member's child...
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    He actually really likes Harry, I'm just not a...

    He actually really likes Harry, I'm just not a fan. His grandfather was Harold so he's mentioned that as an option a few times but I just cannot see naming a little baby boy Harold :-/
    I recently...
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    He hasn't said no to Henry, in fact he called my...

    He hasn't said no to Henry, in fact he called my belly Henry a couple of times since saying we should "keep looking". So, I don't know, he's heard me say it's too popular so many times I think it...
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    my mum told me Elliot was a girl's name too! I...

    my mum told me Elliot was a girl's name too! I think she got the idea from Elliot on Scrubs?
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    Is Henry a cop-out?

    Hey gang,
    Long time, no see:)
    Update on our name journey for babe #3:
    Settled on Calvin for a couple of weeks, then said, ehhh, maybe not.
    Settled on Emmett for a couple of weeks, decided it...
  16. I know a 5 year old Asher. And, duh, I totally...

    I know a 5 year old Asher. And, duh, I totally forgot it was the name of the boy in the Giver! That's one of my favorite books:)
    I think if your Asher has other Ashers in his class, it will be a...
  17. Thread: Wdyt Brody?

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    I actually have seen that and make the connection...

    I actually have seen that and make the connection with the name. I've only seen the first two seasons, but find it a very well made, compelling show. While Brody's true self may not yet be revealed I...
  18. Thread: Wdyt Brody?

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    Wdyt Brody?

    My husband came up with the idea of Brody tonight. I'd never thought of it before but google tells me it's Scottish (or Irish?), and has a possible meaning of brother or second son- this will be our...
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    I love Wilder (if our neighbor's little boy...

    I love Wilder (if our neighbor's little boy wasn't named that I'd be pushing hard for us to use it!) but I do think it sounds awfully close to Ryder :-/
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    so weird - last night I dreamed all night long...

    so weird - last night I dreamed all night long that we were naming our unborn son Valor!
    I like Noble with your other names.
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    GRANT! Very biased as it is my very handsome and...

    GRANT!
    Very biased as it is my very handsome and charming son's name :-) We get nothing but compliments on what a handsome name it is though!
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    hehehe I will give him a big wet one;-) ...

    hehehe I will give him a big wet one;-)

    thanks!
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    Clyde, Clive or our other picks?

    As an (obsessive) avid fly fisherman, my hubs loves that our Daughter's name, Isla, is a river in Scotland. I believe I've heard him telling people that Our son's name, Grant, is also a river (...
  24. Haha!! That is purely coincidental:)

    Haha!! That is purely coincidental:)
  25. That is a really good point. There is still quite...

    That is a really good point. There is still quite a bit if gender discrimination in the workplace so I wonder if women with masculine names are commonly called in for interviews, with the assumption...
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