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    Nolan (Nolan Zachary): This is our top pick for a...

    Nolan (Nolan Zachary): This is our top pick for a boy. I love it for many reasons. It has a great meaning (champion), it honors my Irish heritage, and it's familiar but not popular in our area. We...
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    1) Audrey Juniper: I love that Audrey is a sweet,...

    1) Audrey Juniper: I love that Audrey is a sweet, timeless type of name that sounds strong and feminine but not overly frilly. It's known and familiar but not mega popular. It has a lovely meaning of...
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    I immediately thought of Tessa, Tess, Nova, Lola,...

    I immediately thought of Tessa, Tess, Nova, Lola, Brynn
  4. I love Andi (nn for Miranda) or AJ (nn for Audrey...

    I love Andi (nn for Miranda) or AJ (nn for Audrey June/Juniper)
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    Morgan is welsh but means something along the...

    Morgan is welsh but means something along the lines of "of the sea"

    I looked up famous Irish rugby players and found Craig, Cain, and Kieran

    Have you considered Kevin, Keane, or Casey?

    Or...
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    Rosalie Noelle hands down! Absolutely gorgeous

    Rosalie Noelle hands down! Absolutely gorgeous
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    I love Grady. It's very handsome and I believe it...

    I love Grady. It's very handsome and I believe it means "noble" which is a
    great meaning :) It fits in on trend with names like Brady, Braden, Brody etc but is different enough where there probably...
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    Dakota Wren - not a fan of Dakota but Wren is...

    Dakota Wren - not a fan of Dakota but Wren is pretty

    Liana Quinn- very pretty combo, love Quinn

    Emmeline Ivy- I want to like this but I'm not sure of the pronunciation of emmeline and I have a...
  9. What about August nn Gus? Penelope, Josephine,...

    What about August nn Gus?

    Penelope, Josephine, and August

    Penelope, Josephine, and Gus

    Penny, Josie, and Gus

    Or Isaac nn Zeke
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    James Patrick nn JP?

    Thoughts on James Patrick nn JP? (I like James on its own but the idea of the nn JP instead of Jimmy is nice)

    What would coordinate better with a brother named Nolan, James or Patrick?

    Would...
  11. Thread: Jordan

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    Jordan

    Thoughts on Jordan for a boy? What style would you consider this name?
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    I took the test that was posted and got...

    I took the test that was posted and got INTJ-Turbulent. Does anybody know what they mean by turbulent type?
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    Kiersten (keer-styn)

    Kiersten (keer-styn)
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    1) Ice hockey is my passion. I've played since I...

    1) Ice hockey is my passion. I've played since I was little (and still play currently!) and I hope my future children will love hockey and want to play as well.

    2) I am pursuing a career in Parks...
  15. Thread: Grady

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    Grady

    Just looking for opinions on the name Grady!

    Do you think Nolan and Grady is a good sibset?

    *not expecting, just thinking :)
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    I absolutely love John Everett. Also what about...

    I absolutely love John Everett. Also what about John Turner? It offers the nickname JT if you're into that
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    I love Callie and Rory as nicknames for Carolina...

    I love Callie and Rory as nicknames for Carolina :) maybe Carly could work too
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    Elisabeth is well known and classic so I think...

    Elisabeth is well known and classic so I think it's a keeper. If you want to freshen it up a bit, you can always look for a modern nickname. Maybe Ellie, Elle, or Libby. Hope that helps!
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    While Lunabelle is pretty, I have to agree with...

    While Lunabelle is pretty, I have to agree with other posters about it being somewhat cartoon character sounding/hyper feminine.

    What about Juno? It sounds similar to Luna and is still unique. I...
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    Sounds like we have similar tastes in boys names...

    Sounds like we have similar tastes in boys names so maybe you'd like some that are on my list? Love Cormac by the way!

    Nolan
    Morgan
    Grady
    Bram
    Brennan
    Shane
    Declan
    Liam (you could name him...
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    Poll: I would say keep it since you hardly talk to or...

    I would say keep it since you hardly talk to or see this person. If you want some names similar to Graham then how about Grant, Grady, Grayson/Gray, Gerritt (spelling?). Style wise I think Everett,...
  22. Thread: Just Bram?

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    It's a little stodgy for my taste but I like it...

    It's a little stodgy for my taste but I like it much better than Abram or Abraham. I really like that it offers both nicknames of Bram or Wells though!
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    Oh that is a lovely combo! Very handsome!

    Oh that is a lovely combo! Very handsome!
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    Thanks for all the great feedback! I'm glad to...

    Thanks for all the great feedback! I'm glad to hear such good thoughts on Bram :)




    I would pronounce it like Sam. Brahm looks like it would be pronounced like mom but Bram looks like Sam to...
  25. Thread: Just Bram?

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    Just Bram?

    Hi guys

    Looking for opinions on the boy name Bram. I don't like Abram or Abraham so I'm wondering how just Bram comes across. I like that it isn't often used but still seems familiar

    Thanks!
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