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Ooh, I just remembered that I went to school with a girl called Danijela (went by Dani) and her brother was Deni. I always thought his name was Danny too (until fb came about and I saw it in print).
October 14th, 2013, 12:32 AM
Harrison Guthrie is a great name, but I can definitely see how it would cause confusion. Especially with such a small age gap - it's not like they can be "big and little".
I'm not sure that...
September 17th, 2013, 12:28 AM
I know an Elora, so I have to admit I associate the name with her and love it.
Another option, Eliora? This is my niece's name, and we call her Ellie a lot of the time, but I like her full name...
I pronounce it TAH-lee-uh (if that makes sense).
I'm in Australia, and in my experience (having worn the name for 29 years), most people pronounce it like that here. Some say tuh-LEE-uh, and my...
Thank you for the suggestions, there are some great ones there. Keep them coming though, hubby has a strong veto reflex.
@kitkat26, that's a great idea, I will suggest it to my husband. Thank you....
My husband and I are TTC#2. Our son, Archer Nelson C---er, is 17 months old.
Nelson is my maiden name, our last name is 2 syllables and rhymes with air.
If we have a second son he...
I prefer Angus.
I like Otis, but it reminds me of "Milo and Otis" so I have trouble picturing it on a human.
However, very good friends of mine named their son Angus and I love it! I've always...
September 3rd, 2013, 11:52 PM
I've already replied, but I was talking to my mother-in-law about names recently and found it interesting.
My husband and his middle sister both have very stock-standard 70's-80's names, and their...
I know a family of grown siblings who are Br@nd0n, Br@nd1, Br1ttan1 and Bre-@nn@
Apparently their parents weren't aiming to match them, they just liked the names in their own right.
August 26th, 2013, 12:11 AM
Not at all!
My parents had very traditional boys' names chosen (Michael, Christopher, Allen, Andrew) - but never got to use them.
My sisters and I all have very uncommon first names, 3 syllables,...
I told my mother what I was thinking, and she didn't think it was necessary at all - because she sees my son's middle name as being in honour of my whole side on the family,...
Thanks Imogeneve :)
Yes, thinking Astrid first. I love your suggestions (and your kids' names - Oscar, Celeste and Lilian are all in my top 10!)
Nora is lovely - she would share initials with...
My husband and I are brainstorming girls' names.
We already have a son, and a possible second son is all-but-named, but we have issues with girls' names.
We LOVE the name Astrid, and by...
June 6th, 2013, 12:23 AM
My husband and I are not expecting, nor are we even TTC#2. But we will one day, and I like to dream ;)
Our son is Archer Nelson C--
Nelson is my maiden name.
If we have a second boy,...
April 26th, 2013, 03:27 AM
Yep, you really can't tell what you'll get.
My dad is fair, with hazel eyes and thin, straight, dark brown hair.
My mum is olive, with amber/brown eyes and thick, black, curly hair.
I have an Archer, and Astrid is our #1 pick for a hypothetical future daughter - so I hope they go together?
But then, I really love "A" names, but don't want them too matchy.
I do think any...
My son has a little boy called Lion in his nursery group (he'd be about 8 months old?). It was weird at first, but I've gotten used to seeing it and hearing it as a name.It's certainly not my taste...
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