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August 13th, 2014, 04:35 PM
isolieth, thank you for the sweet compliments. I adore Winifred (Winnie) but hubby does not. I can understand that--it is a very strong name. I haven't ever thought about Clemency. I'll have to...
August 13th, 2014, 01:08 PM
mayday--that was funny. I really like Eugenie and we've tossed around Florence (don't like the "Flo" nickname). He already said no to Lavinia.
August 13th, 2014, 10:53 AM
Ooh, Sylvia is pretty. I like Beatrice but call my daughter Emeline Bea so I don't know if I want another Bea. Tabitha was my hubby's choice for Harriet but now he denies ever liking it. Adelaide...
August 13th, 2014, 01:47 AM
Hubby and I never agree (this is normal) but since I got the names Harriet and Oskar over his protests, I want to be generous and make my hubby happy with our last baby. But he's just so...
August 4th, 2014, 01:20 AM
I voted Harrison because I can never quite get over Hudson starting with the word "hud." Maybe no everyone uses that word to mean garbage. I understand the appeal of Hudson though, and have several...
August 4th, 2014, 01:15 AM
Love Wylie. Hate the Wylde spelling. I have considered Wilder as a name for my own offspring because it would honor my grandmother whose last name was Wilde. I think Wilder has a more solid "name"...
and named him Jubal Andres. We are all pretty ecstatic that she was cool enough to pick the ultimate Louis L'Amour Sackett name. Talk about macho!
Jubal joins Ana, Elena, Isabel, Sebastian,...
I think the Honey Badger thing might be Eastern?? At least, when I asked around nobody around here (we're definitely westerners) had heard of it. Obviously we've heard of the animal, just not the...
maggiefromcanada: I get what you're saying but tons of names have unfortunate meanings. Dodge is growing in popularity despite "dodgy" meaning not-quite-honest. My sister wants to name her next boy...
Love it. Sounds cowboy cool and fresh.
July 5th, 2014, 10:15 PM
I would love to see a boy named Kimball and go by Kim--love it! I also really like Kelly on a boy.
Fun. I have sons named Cowen and Eli so maybe you'll like my other son's name--Oskar (spelled the German way because of my heritage). I wouldn't worry about the Cohen problem--Cowan is a legitimate...
July 3rd, 2014, 05:02 PM
Like Ezra better. Congrats!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
July 3rd, 2014, 05:01 PM
All my male German relatives had the same five names:
July 3rd, 2014, 02:05 PM
Love Juliet as well, but can't use because I have a daughter named Harriet. Same reason I can't use Elliot or Emmett, other favorites of mine.
July 3rd, 2014, 02:02 PM
I totally disagree with everyone about choosing another B name. Nobody cares--especially boys. They are boys, and as such they aren't going to spend more than twenty minutes total of their whole...
July 3rd, 2014, 12:27 PM
I totally second the previous poster who said that husbands get over it. I've named six children with my hubby and we're naming our last in December. He always hates everything. With the last two...
Hard to make suggestions without a sense of your style. I always go with meaningful family middles--or historical heroes.
Elijah Winston (I adore Winston Churchill)
Elijah Theodore (love Teddy...
See--I don't really understand why Berries don't think Badger works.
My grandpa, whose name was John Moroni, went by Cougar for his whole adult life and it just suited him so I have some little...
July 2nd, 2014, 10:16 PM
Roscoe. It is so totally awesome. However, I have a son named Oskar and they sound too similar so I can't use it. Argh!! Lots of other people should though!
Our neighbor is named Sky. He's 15 and pulls it off admirably. Then again, a sweetheart who plays the sax can pull off just about anything. :) Because he is so musical, I always associate my...
The last time someone posted about using Badger for a boy was a few years ago. The overwhelming response from the female Berries was "no way" but the male Berries all said "yes, awesome." Now that...
I like Briggs and think it works as a stand alone. Most names with meaning work. Brigham is the obvious longer choice, and it is terribly underused. We wanted to use it for one of ours but our...
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