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I'm so sorry you don't like Rohana! To me, it had everything and makes me think of LOTR all at once >.> See, for your dark, velvety thing like you said Rohana makes you feel, I get dark and velvety...
I'm back with Roo names as I don't like either of yours very much (Sorry!). I also don't think you need Roo-/Ro-/Ru names to call her Roo, it's just an adorable nickname.
Rocana (beautiful woman)...
It is true and it was her first birth. This isn't the first complaint of that sort on that particular hospital or doctor. He also told her, and I quote "You're too fat for a horizontal c-section so...
If my doctor tells me I need a c-section, I won't argue as I'm sure I'll know by then :P I trust him. ^_^
However, I do want to say that a friend of mine was forced into a c-section by her doctor...
If you feel like her name doesn't match her spirit, and your boyfriend and Shaman agree, you definitely shouldn't ignore it and I completely get you. It's why I have several options in case...
My doctor is all for doing things naturally. As a matter of fact, I had to force him to sit down and talk to me about the possibility of needing to be induced. My due date is just like, next week and...
I also don't come from a small town where everyone knows each other. I come from a very large city in my state. I've known male Ashley's, Brittney's, Whitney's (and he is very awesome with his dreads...
I am from America with Greek ancestry and speak Greek (I mention this for the sake of Thalia)
Aaliyah -- ah-lee-ah
Acacia -- ah-kay-see-ah
Adelaide -- Ad-uh-laid
Arabella -- ahr-ah-bella...
May 20th, 2013, 11:00 PM
I actually really like it for a boy and I have a teenage family member named Ashley. He doesn't go by Ash. He's very boyish too. Honestly, the kids in his peer group, since they grew up with him (and...
No I haven't had the baby yet. I just don't have internet at my house so I forget to update the blog. >.<
When I went in last Tuesday, he said "Oh, you're pretty much all the way thinned out but...
May 15th, 2013, 04:58 PM
I'll * my favorites from each group
Here's the 10 I like:
Lyra (but only pronounced lie-rah)
May 15th, 2013, 03:52 PM
In no particular order within their sets (Though I will star my favorites of each set):
I also haven't seen it used on girls and VASTLY prefer it on a boy. Marlowe is so masculine sounding to me and it makes me think of Christopher Marlowe.
For middles, I like:
I love Helen and Helena. If you want to be correct to Helen, only Helen-ah is right in Greek for Helena. It's the only way in Greek to say it properly and keeps it closest to Helen. I also like it...
lol Rin. He'll be seeing me every week until I go into labor and he'll do an internal exam every time as far as I'm aware. It's uncomfortable but...eh. I like knowing how close I might be ^_^ Maybe...
May 7th, 2013, 07:23 PM
Love Arabella and your nicknames are adorable!
Arabella Olivia -- Bella Via
Arabella Thea -- Bella Thea
Arabella Jade -- Bella Jade/Bella Jay
Arabella Anne -- Bella Anne...
Yea, Gigi, that's how my mom was (like it was with Remy). She lost her mucus plug one day and 2 days later my sister was here. With me, it was something like 3 days before she hit 4 cm and went into...
For boy and girls?
Winter -- for either
Frost -- boy
Frostine -- girl
Solstice -- I think it would make a cool middle name
I agree with everything mischa said.
I don't see why you couldn't use it! It's in the middle and he doesn't have to tell anyone if he decides he doesn't like it, plus, if girls can do it, boys...
Clio Anne still for me. It's not just for the mythological connections but because I think the flow of Clio Anne is chic and beautiful while Lenora Anne is clunky to me. I prefer Lenore, but Lenore...
Here's the ones I like that could also work as first names in the real world ^_^
Six Letters or Less
Avalon -- I know a lovely little Avalon
Isaura ee-SOW-rah -- I'm not sure I like it at all,...
Here's the ones I like the best and think also work well in real life as first names (any of them could really, but I just like these the most)
Six Letters or Less
I really like Owen with William or Graham. I prefer Owen and Graham though. ^_^
For other names (either first or middle), I would go with more classics:
Went to the doctor and he said I'm 50% effaced and 1 cm dilated right now. ^_^
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