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September 25th, 2012, 01:18 AM
I love Anna. It's a classic for a reason. Granted Anna Johnson sounds a tad plain, but then I like plain. You want your doctor, or your defence attorney, to have a name like Anna Johnson.
Despite convention I'm having a baby shower for my little boy, who has come to be known as "Little Rock Star", so we're having a rock star theme. I'm trying to put together a quiz, match the baby...
So first, announcement, amnio and ultrasound have both confirmed, in november Evelyn will have a baby brother!
Now, who wants to name him? Lol. Because we sure can't!
The names I want, hubby...
We finally found a boy name we seem to agree on, and to my surprise it's quite a popular one, but I finally decided liking it was more important than where it sits on a list. So Oliver it is. Now we...
May 20th, 2012, 05:33 AM
The "mexicans" have good taste - lol
The nsw let is on the nsw bdm site. You should find it easy enough on google.
My little girl is Evelyn but is known as Evie
May 16th, 2012, 07:57 PM
Grandmothers are Beryl and Irene.
Greats... I know there was a Lillian and a Claire. After that it gets confusing. I think there's an Elizabeth and a Catherine.
Keep Bellamy, and use Bellam as a nickname... best of both worlds!
May 15th, 2012, 01:06 AM
I'm consdiering using two middle names as a possible solution to my boys name dilemma. So the end result would be....
Hamish William Michael
Is this wearable? Or is having two middles a bit too...
Lorna Keyes - I think of my great aunt Lorna. Short, tiny build, white/grey hair, very meek. Not great at standing up for herself.
Emily Blower - Young girl, teenager, with dark hair and pale skin,...
May 14th, 2012, 09:56 PM
I've felt the need to name a few of my daughters toys. She has a bear named Charley, and dolls named Polly and Dolly.
I also made a toy bee for a friend, and felt the need to name it. Buzz for a...
I did also have a thing for Ophelia for a bit. Until someone told me it was "a bit tragic", then I kind of got over it.
I wanted a girl named Astrid... I saw White Oleander and ever since I've adored that name. And I also liked Amelia.
For a boy I went through a phase of liking Jonas. I have Stargate SG1 to thank...
May 14th, 2012, 04:43 AM
If you go ith Jasper James you'll be able to call him JJ :)
But my pick would be Felix.
May 14th, 2012, 04:37 AM
That's quite a list! And some lovely names on it, I must say :)
We're only just now trying to make sense of the seedy tale that is my family tree... it took a lot to get my grandmother to confess...
Ewan is a fine, strong Scottish name... with a great namesake in Ewan McGregor. I mean he was a Jedi master, after all!
I love it, but can't use it (we made a rule, no matching initials).
Is it a nice name, but I do feel like it's gotten a little bit dated. At the very least it's become much more popular as a dog name than as a person name.
That said it could be due for a comeback.
Not a fan at all..... I get that there's a fashion right now to give girls androgynous or masculine first names, but IMHO it only works with a feminine middle to balance it out. Using two together,...
May 12th, 2012, 08:49 PM
To be totally honest, the only Georgia I know happens to be a dog! My friends have a little cavalier they named Georgia, and she really is the sweetest little thing, as cavaliers often are.
I agree that the names work great together. And no I don't think Zoe is a modern name at all, it's been around for a long time, it just happens to be a tad popular right now.
If you tried to spell...
May 12th, 2012, 12:21 AM
1st question - Matilda Emmeline Rose
2nd question - Emmeline Hero Sophia
3rd question - Arabella, Pandora, Matilda & Emmeline
I don't like Clementine... My mind goes to the "oh my darlin',...
May 12th, 2012, 12:14 AM
Valencia I sort of get.... oranges, Italy, it's not my style but I can see the appeal.
But Elixyvette sounds like she threw a bunch of scrabble letters against a wall to come up with a name.
For girls my taste is a mix of vintage names, Celtic/Gaelic names, and some French names.
For boys I'm very much drawn to the Celtic/Gaelic names, very occasionally a French one will sneak in...
Born 31 October, weights are metric! And somehow I got an even split of gender.
1. Girl, Lillian Jane. 2.9kgs
2. Girl, Isla Poppy. 3kgs exactly
3. Boy, Liam Richard, 2.8kgs
4. Boy, Hamish...
My vote goes to Amos... purely because Arthur leaves a bit of a bitter taste in my mouth. It was my old bosses name.
But I do like Artie as a NN.
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