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July 27th, 2012, 01:25 PM
I sympathize and don't think in either case it is too late to change the name. Find something you love regardless of what others think and go for it. In the case of the older child I might be...
July 14th, 2012, 09:34 PM
I think both Seren and Soren are great, but I prefer Soren. I have a teenage niece named Soren and it is perfect for her--she's feminine but energetic, artistic, confident and beautiful. The name...
I love Sawyer as well, and it would definitely be at the top of my boys list. My oldest is a Kellen so I'm a fan! Don't second guess yourself. Kids will be kids and have to navigate social nuances...
I posted a while back which helped narrow our choices but now we're 4 days out and still don't have a name combination or two to take to the hospital with us (that's agreeable to both). Maybe we're...
I don't know that I'd mind it as a nickname but as a full name my first thought was that it means aunt.
I still go back to Harlow and ironically it's the one name on my list where I think Ann gives it a feminine traditional feel without sounding plain.
My husband always go back to...
Asher came to mind right away, as did William (Will), and Andrew (Drew), but I also think that Bennett (Ben) would go well too.
We are having a hard time agreeing on a name for our baby girl & I'm about to lose my mind! We have a short list but maybe some 3rd party help will give perspective on what we already have or a name...
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