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Welcome, newbies and those from the TTC 2013 thread! I'm hoping to see lots of January BFPs around here :) I can live vicariously through your happiness until my own TTC start date in May...seems...
Has anyone started taking prenatal vitamins? If so, do you have any brand recommendations? I am a little overwhelmed by the options. I should have asked my doc during my last exam but I didn't...
Shilo, sorry to hear about your appointment. Hopefully with the crazy holiday season, Jan. 8 will be here before you know it! I can imagine that it would be very frustrating, though.
Fey- I am...
So, one of my friends went into labor early this morning, which means I get to meet her little one while I am home for Thanksgiving! I am very excited to see her, but...
This brings me to a...
Madeleine Pearl is lovely. As a previous poster said, it's very versatile. It initially puts me in mind of a quiet, very girly girl, but I could also see it on a spunky artist/musician
We're starting TTC in the spring of 2014. We're not telling any family, though we might tell our friends who are having a baby this month just to have a support system. My mother-in-law has been...
I am really into Roscoe right now! DH is less enthusiastic. To me, he's outgoing but smart and quirky... Maybe a musician or engineer.
I love Dorothea! It makes me think of Dorothea Lange. Since it's so long, though, I like it with a short middle.
Of course it varies by person. I am 27, and looking to start TTC in 2014. If all goes well, I'll be 28-29 when I have my first. I went to graduate school and law school, and I wanted to be...
I share the same worries as the rest of you, as this will be our first. Will it change too much? Are we ready? Do we have enough money in savings? Have we had enough adventures with "just us"?
I really like Hayden-Rose, Beckett, Reid and Piper together. My second choice would probably be Leyla. I agree with pp that Seraphina would be too frilly with the other names. Shiloh is not really my...
November 15th, 2013, 02:49 PM
I love your naming style!
Beatrice: I love Beatrice. It does seem a little trendy right now, and might fade in popularity, but it has a long history. I think it is my favorite with your other...
IMHO, I do think Spencer is very masculine. My opinion might be swayed by the fact that I've known two Spencers and they have both been "men's men," so to speak.
I love Reid Allen and I like...
Of the two, I like Emmett slightly better. I think some people in the millennial generation will always associate it with twilight, but it has a history outside of that as well, and I doubt anyone...
Had a talk with hubs last night and it looks like we've got a more targeted date range for TTC. We're thinking we will go off bc in May and hope for a August/September pregnancy...but if it happens...
I've never met someone with that name, but think I would pronounce it Av-uh-leen.
November 8th, 2013, 05:00 PM
Miles Joseph / Ephraim (I love Ephraim but it doesn't sound exactly right with your first names-- would you consider it as a first? I like the previous suggestion of Ephraim Rhys)
We haven't set a starting point yet, but are thinking about summer or fall of 2014. There are just so many concerns-- do we have enough money in savings? Will we be able to buy a house? Etc... Still,...
November 8th, 2013, 10:37 AM
I wanted to keep my last name because it was fairly unique and sounded great with my first name, but it was very important to my husband (and to my fairly conservative family) that I take his name. I...
November 8th, 2013, 10:28 AM
I love Alice! And I've actually never met an Alice that goes by Ally, so I think you're golden. I love Louisa as well. It would probably be on my short list, except I grew up in a town named Louisa...
Declan. I just think it sounds odd.
Alistair...makes me think of someone's rich, pretentious uncle.
I'm also not fond of Hazel or Brooklyn, but I think that's just a matter of taste.
November 6th, 2013, 02:49 PM
Elinor Ruby is my pick. I like it so much that I'm not even going to pick a second place :)
1. American here. I pronounce them the same, dropping the "o," with the accent on the second syllable
2. I like Leonore better.
3. Honestly? Probably none of them. Someone would have to correct me....
November 4th, 2013, 05:18 PM
People on Nameberry tend to be very anti-Madison, Addison, Emerson, etc. for a girl. Southern.maple does have a point-- it technically means "son of Maud" which is probably not exactly the kind of...
November 4th, 2013, 05:10 PM
Louisa (which I can't use for various reasons, but I still love)
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