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Thanks for all the input. The origin on the names is my main concern, rather than the phonetics of it. Hadassah is an honor name, so that's why we're considering using it instead of just naming her...
Some great suggestions! Even though I like some of them myself, my husband is pretty particular and most are a no-go. I do kind of understand though. There are a lot of names that I really like that...
I should add, as I've done some research (Googling) I've run across several obituaries/genealogy links for women named Haddassah but called Heidi, so I guess there's at least some historical...
One of the names we're considering for our baby girl due this fall (twins--boy and girl) is Hadassah. We've talked about all of the obvious nicknames--Haddie, Dassa(h), even Dee (my husband's...
Well, I'm back again. We've been simmering over names for a while, but my ultrasound appointment threw us for a loop--it's TWINS!! The doctor says it looks like a boy and a girl (although I didn't...
May 4th, 2015, 12:42 PM
William Ned "Ned"
Wanda (no middle)
Leo Jack "Jack"
Poll: On first sight...
Woud you pronounce Evie as EE-vee or EH-vee on first sight and where are you from (country or region of the country)? It's a name we are considering but wondering what the predominate pronounciation...
What are your favorite names that start with Whit? Names like Whittaker, Whitson, Whitman, Whitney, Whitcomb, etc. Most are probably surnames in origin, just looking for some ideas if we go that...
Thank you all for the ideas! There were quite a few that you all mentioned that one or both of us like:
Lucas/Luca/Luke--We have a nephew named Luke, so we probably won't use it.
March 17th, 2015, 01:58 PM
I haven't been around much for a couple years, but I'm back now. Since I last checked in, I've had my son, Owen, who is 14 months, and multiple miscarriages. (You'll be pleased to know ALL...
My husband and I have one son, Owen Scott, who will be almost 2 when our next baby is born. (We also lost two babies, Karis Hadassah and Tyler Dominic.) We're in the early brainstorming process, so...
June 27th, 2013, 10:10 PM
Amandarae--Rest assured, grieving is a very individual process. I cried a lot the first week after my miscarriage in February, but I still say that was mostly hormones. I'm not an overly emotional...
June 27th, 2013, 09:37 AM
I suppose this discussion is dead at this point, but I just wanted to say I love, love, LOVE that you used Kuyper! My husband, I'm sure, will never agree, but it's definitely on my...
June 27th, 2013, 09:01 AM
I'm very excited for everyone who has joined recently! It's so interesting to see how different everyone is!
For MrsH and anyone else with similar concerns, I will say that I had spotting every...
I'm due in January also. Of course I have lists of names, but my husband loves to shoot down any names of people we know or famous people (regardless of how obscure), which mostly leaves more...
June 20th, 2013, 11:09 AM
Well, I'm back. I hung out on the TTC forum for a while, but got way too busy with work to keep up. Now I'm back to part-time so I hope to be around a bit more.
After a miscarriage in February,...
February 19th, 2013, 12:32 PM
Thanks for the recommendations. :)
@Alzora--Sorry I've been slow in responding to your question about chocolate milk, but as someone with a background in exercise physiology, I thought it was a question worth addressing. Chocolate...
February 14th, 2013, 09:59 AM
I suppose I should clarify. TTC is perhaps not the best term. I simply mean going back to our previous strategy--not trying, but not preventing. I do not want to deal with the stress of actually TTC...
I posted this as a separate thread, but wanted to pose the question to you ladies, specifically, as well.
I've been wrestling with the idea of TTC so I thought I'd get some opinions from personal...
I am the second of 7 kids in my family (all from the same parents). Coming from what most people would consider a large family, I have to say I wouldn't trade it for anything! There's ups and downs...
February 14th, 2013, 07:08 AM
I've been wrestling with the idea of TTC so I thought I'd get some opinions from personal experience. For anyone who has miscarried, did you start TTC right away again or did you wait a cycle or few?...
I never thought I'd be doing this and I hope this is an appropriate place to post. (If not, please feel free to move it.) Although I've been a member here for a while, I'm more of a reader than a...
I've always heard it pronounced with a long A, A-mus. I know we can't prevent our kids from being teased entirely, but I would caution you against the name Amos, if you're considering it for a child....
December 3rd, 2012, 05:18 PM
Personally, I would go with Corie or Corrie because they feel somehow fresher. Cory/Corey/Cori feel dated to me--probably because of their popularity in the 80s.
As for the number of letters, I'd...
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