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I thought about using something that means bird or is a type of bird like Wren or Lark but DH isn't keen for some reason (he's really fussy haha)
And Winslet is definitly of the list - Imagine...
I like Gus, Auggie and Max!
Thank you for the positive feedback on the name, too! :)
We're currently crushing on Magnus Fox for our bean if it's a boy.
My first question is if it goes with the sibling Rhodes Levi? We think it sounds ok but just want an outsiders opinion.
Wow thats certainly.. something. He'll probably end up going by his middle name by the time he's old enough to decide for himself!
I don't understand the need to choose such.. weird names.
Ian! I would LOVE to hear of a baby Ian being born. My close second choice is Evan, I love it! It's not too popular where I live but it's also not unheard of.
Owen I'm not too keen on, it's also...
February 9th, 2013, 12:53 PM
I think it depends where you live but at my sons daycare, theres about 4 Henrys and I only know of 1 Jack there, and I'm in the UK. I think Jack is more popular in the US though.
I like it! I actually know a little boy called Castiel and his older brother is just Jack so it's a little out of place but he wears it so well, and not many people make the connection to...
February 9th, 2013, 12:31 PM
I know a little girl called Indigo, her name doesn't stand out from her class of 25-30 children, in fact, she gets nothing but compliments on her name! She goes by Indie a lot and her little sister...
February 9th, 2013, 12:22 PM
Winola Bird or Magnus Fox but this will probably change tomorrow haha.
February 9th, 2013, 12:21 PM
Mine is top 10. I don't like many names that are overly popular. (enough to use them - anyway.) I was 1 in 10 Katie/Kates in my class and I hated it so I dont want that for my child, but I like names...
Wow, thanks for all of the feedback!
I completely agree that Scout Bird is a little to much. I do like the suggestion of Scarlett Bird a lot but she will have a cousin called Scarlett who we see...
Winola Bird is really growing on me actually and DH says he likes it. Definitely on our short list! I've actually loved Nola for a long time but DH doesn't like Nola, so suprised me when he said he...
We've chosen the middle name Bird after my DH's aunt who went by Birdie and I love the name Scout if its a girl and DH suprised me recently by saying that he likes it.
I think it goes 'alright'...
February 8th, 2013, 05:14 PM
I love Pascoe, Landry, Phoebe, Westley, Hayes, Tobin, Shephard, Sloane, Posey, Marlowe, Arbor, Olive & Blythe!
Keep them coming, I'm writing a list of the ones I like to give to my husband to see...
February 8th, 2013, 05:00 PM
without husbands input -
Tessa Imogen Peony
Harlow Leonie Serena
Callie Elowyn Gray
February 8th, 2013, 04:42 PM
We have a son already, Rhodes Levi.
If you could name the sibling (both genders) of Rhodes then what would you call it?
Just curious - and we're in desperate search of inspiration as we're...
There's nothing wrong with it at all -
I am silently praying for a girl, as we aren't planning to have any more children. (unless we get surprised, of course ;)) I would love to experience one of...
February 8th, 2013, 04:33 PM
Funeral and Saville for boys
Yeah I thought the connection was to strong :( I'll probably keep it to my GP list!
I love Winter, Winola, Lilibet, Elsabet and Arlet! I'll suggest those to DH and see what he thinks.
I like both, but I do prefer Benjamin but I might be biased because I know a guy called Reuben who I hate so that's probably why.
Reuben is more unpopular though so thats one bonus to that name,...
WDYT of Winslet?
I saw it on another baby name website and I love it. The middle name would be Bird. Winslet Bird doesn't have the best flow, I'm aware but it's a family name!
Do you think...
Wow, theres some great names here! I really like most of them, you've all spoilt me for choice now!
Bronte & Briony
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