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We were brave and went for the unusual name! Our son was born September 10, and he is Leopold Maurice. Leo for short. Maurice is to honor my dad and grandfather, but Leopold is just a name I love....
February 11th, 2013, 10:54 AM
February 4th, 2013, 09:36 AM
Maternal: Loretta and James (Jim)
Paternal: Rolande and Maurice -- French Canadians
November 22nd, 2012, 08:56 AM
November 15th, 2012, 10:12 AM
I've always liked Veda and Violet!
All male for me, too. I've never heard it on a girl, and very rarely on guys. I'm in Michigan - is it used more in the southern US?
August 24th, 2012, 12:32 PM
Definitely read Taking Charge of Your Fertility! So much info there... I've been following the method for about three months now, so far no pregnancies, but I've been super careful because I stopped...
I think Elbereth is very nice, but I've heard it so much due to LOTR that I'm used to it, so for me it seems a more normal name than to most, if that makes sense. I would totally use it in a middle...
July 10th, 2012, 12:56 PM
I like your style (even though it might not sound like it in the rest of the post)!
Cormac Phineas - Kind of cool, I like Phineas but not sure that Cormac is my style. The sound of them together...
July 10th, 2012, 12:16 PM
Leon!! Love it! One of my favorites, for sure. I would choose that in an instant over Nico and Davis. I think Nico is okay, but Davis....I've know too many people with that last name so I personally...
Definitely a boy for me. No idea why, though I get the feeling somewhere back there I read or book or something with a male Bellamy in it.
July 9th, 2012, 03:15 PM
Immediately I think Southern & religious for all of those names. You may find with a name like Jedidiah that he goes through life battling preconceived notions about who he is, based just on his...
I agree with previous posters. When I see someone is a Jr., I kind of think that the parents couldn't decide on a name, or that they didn't have time to come up with anything. I realize that's not...
My SIL had a regular shower for her first, a boy, and then her family kind of forced her to do a sprinkle for her second, a girl. I just bought a little cute stuffed animal the second time, and from...
June 2nd, 2012, 08:09 AM
My two favorites of the bunch:
Caroline and Camilla sound cute together, without being too matchy match. If I had to name my child from your list, I would choose...
My apologies, but I'm with the others who immediately think of the sexual connotations. I mean... look at what websites come up when you type it in. I actually don't think it's a bad name otherwise,...
I apologize. Esrever88, you're absolutely right. I was thinking only of Greek and Roman gods and goddesses, because those are the most popular of those names for babies lately. I wasn't considering...
I never thought of it as pretentious because practically nobody worships gods and goddesses as a religion anymore. At this point, they're more like literary names (from mythology) than ACTUAL gods or...
March 22nd, 2012, 10:53 AM
Also love Adelaide Ivy! With your last name it's beautiful. Are you okay with the nn Addy/Addie? I have a feeling that's what she'll be called fairly often, whether she prefers that or not.
Love Gwen! It's pretty, and people know how to spell it and pronounce it without having to think about it (a big plus for me!). I would probably go with a longer version and nn her Gwen, but that's...
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