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April 5th, 2014, 11:50 AM
I'm a Laura and I love my name so I vote Laura, my second vote would be Katherine :)
These are brilliant ideas, I'd need to ask my brothers for all these tho, but I really like this! Thank you!
My nephew Tyler is nearly four so it would be nice for him to have a sister named after his gran in a way. I like Charlotte, Carys, Carly, and Carrie. xo
These are some good suggestions, thank you! I'll show them to my brother and see what he thinks, he doesn't say much about his mum but I know he would love to name his daughter after her. xo
Hi berries :)
I'm looking for some help and advice. My brother and sister in law are expecting their second baby at the end of May , a little brother or sister to Tyler Jack.
A few weeks...
I've only ever heard of the MORE-AG way of pronouncing it, so more-awk is completely alien to me. Pronounce it the way you like.
I'd vote Ceilidh but I'm Scottish so maybe that's just me.
My neighbours have an 8 month old called Kaylee and I hate the spelling especially since kaylees brother is Bradley too many lee/ley...
March 11th, 2014, 07:18 AM
I'm one of five (I have two brothers and two sisters) and my boyfriend only has one sister so we disagree all the time when it comes to this, I want four whereas he only wants two so we will just...
March 5th, 2014, 06:44 PM
Sawyer is a boy's name, it is not a girls are in any way shape or form. I hate that people are using really masculine names on girls.
From your combos I really like:
Sawyer Holden and Sawyer...
February 13th, 2014, 05:19 PM
I think I would have either,
Emmett and Wyatt or
Emmett and Sawyer
February 6th, 2014, 07:19 PM
We have this situation going on as well my nephew Tyler, he is about to become a big brother, and we don't know the sex of the new baby but Tyler tells everyone that he is going to have a baby sister...
I am Scottish, I live just outside Glasgow and I think Scotland is too much of a country name for a first name, I think it would be OK as a middle.
My boyfriend is Irish, and his full family are...
Bee-ah-triss, three syllables.
January 21st, 2014, 06:19 AM
My mums name is Jessie but she goes by Shona, apparently Shona is gaelic for Jessie so that's understandable to a certain extent. My gran (mum's mum) was called Janet but always went by Jessie.
January 19th, 2014, 08:57 AM
Emmett, I adore it, I love how it's a name that can grow with a little boy. It's strong and masculine and absolutely perfect! It's the one name that me and my oh have actually agreed on.
I agree, Sawyer is a boy's name and I wish people would stop trying to ruin it by making it a girls name! It's a strong male masculine name, not a girls name. I've had this argument with my sister...
Rory can be a nickname for Aurora therefore it can be unisex.
January 5th, 2014, 06:59 PM
I do not have a problem with most unisex names, and I think Spencer would be cute on a girl but I'm not a fan, and I can see where pp points out that if you choose Spencer for a girl, then had...
January 5th, 2014, 04:03 PM
I actually was thinking this very recently, but I don't think they are too matchy, they both start and end differently. (Even though they both start with the name letters, they have different sounds)...
I find girl names really difficult but one name I definitely do love is Aurora.
So I'd have;
Aurora Kate and Matilda Jessica
Aurora Jessica and Orlaith Kate
I love Emmett, my first son will definitely be called Emmett Ryan. I love how it's a name that a little boy can grow into a man with. It's strong and handsome.
I do like Elliott but I'm not a fan...
December 31st, 2013, 07:56 AM
Congratulations, such a beautiful sib set!
My mums name is Jessie but even since she was really young she's been called Shona.
One of my many nicknames is Beetle haha apparently I'm annoying like beetle juice.
I think they would make a really nice sib set, the endings are similar but the actual names are different.
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