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Yesterday, 07:39 PM
Probably mostly foreign names, but not all:
Diaper rash is far less common with cloth (provided you're changing the baby regularly). I guess maybe since its not as dry they might get a rash faster if not changed on time, but paper is way more...
It is a classy, lovely, easy to say and spell name with an appealing sound and good associations.
It's popularity puts me off, and I like something with NN options. An Ava J combo (so she could be...
Levi, Wyatt, and Finn are all fairly popular right now (in the top 50). So not uncommon. Zane is probably less common. They should check the popularity in their area if an uncommon name is important...
April 25th, 2015, 06:25 PM
Personally I think of Rufus as kind of silly sounding, not aging well, and a pet's name.
Beau is nice but always seems too short and a little pretentious to me (growing up in the north east it...
April 25th, 2015, 04:53 PM
I'm not sure of others I'd USE, but I like:
April 25th, 2015, 04:08 PM
April 25th, 2015, 04:02 PM
Here's another tip: the diaper genie was the biggest waste of money and space on the planet. Garbage cans work just as well and are way less hassle.
I've never used gDiapers because they are crazy expensive (overpriced IMO).
I used both cloth and disposables for my daughter. Cloth at home the first year, disposables at night and for...
Beata- I'm an English speaking American and I don't think I've ever heard this pronounced and I wouldn't say Beat-a. The general public may, but the general public can't even prounce my name...
I think Clementine is great! FWIW, I think it was a name before it was a food (like MacIntosh was a person before Macintosh apples) so it's not the same as naming a kid Apple or Orange.
I don't think it's that weird at all, I went to HS with one.
Lena, Lia, Ven, Vee, could all be nicknames
I would use Michael or Knox as Sean and Jude could be seen as unisex and I've only heard Bellamy on girl. If a totally unisex name doesn't bother you, I think they all flow very well.
April 24th, 2015, 05:06 PM
I would choose Tessa, as Charles and Charlotte seem to close for siblings (what if they both go by Charlie in HS??) and Grace is quite popular!
I think most of them are fine, Elsie and Alfie are a little much with the L and long E
If I got to name them all:
April 24th, 2015, 03:53 PM
Singlemom3....I have my first daughter as a single person and never got any negative reactions (except for my grandmother, who said "well don't you need a husband for that?!?" To which I responded...
That's totally normal. With my first pregnancy it lasted from about 7 or 8 weeks til 5 months...it's even worse this pregnancy and I'm now 14 weeks.
I'm pretty sure food aversions are far more...
April 24th, 2015, 02:08 PM
I can't think of many for girls except Missy, Sissy, and Sunny or Birdie
Also, there are quite a few famous and literary male Ezra's, so that adds to my surprise people don't know.
I asked my BF and he said "I wouldn't know that's not a name from my culture but it...
I'm curious about the poster who chose girl! If you're brave enough to respond, what gave you that perception? Have you known female Ezra's, or does the sound just seem feminine?
I also fine Madeline to be "line" and Madeleine to be "Lynn".
I voted Juliet but they are both lovely
April 24th, 2015, 11:05 AM
I'm also curious as to why you're so set on using Alice? It seems like since its a name from his side of the family and a deceased relative of his that he should have a little (or a lot) more so on...
April 24th, 2015, 11:02 AM
I don't think any of those names are feminine...I think of Hollis as a place name so unisex and Teirnan as a male name.
I don't care for the name Hollis at all and I still don't think family...
I have heard the name Ezra on many men/boys (including babies) but have never seen it on a girl. It is traditionally a male name, biblical.
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