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September 6th, 2013, 07:48 PM
Babycenter is like a train wreck.
And the majority of posters seem entirely too immature. Bullies, even. It gets old. Or maybe I'm just too old. ;p
Although I will say that one person here...
Considering this name, pronounced eh-MEEL.
Thoughts on the spelling? I don't like Emile right now...too feminine for me.
Thoughts on the name itself?
August 22nd, 2013, 04:21 PM
True. Poor Bennett will be all alone. Cassian, Killian, Crispin and...Bennett.
August 22nd, 2013, 04:11 PM
Krystal, when I say the name with my other kids, it sounds fine too. But someday he'll stand on his own. You know?
August 22nd, 2013, 04:10 PM
August 22nd, 2013, 03:56 PM
Krystal, I dont mind sharing now but I will go back later and edit the names of my kids out for my own peace of mind.
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August 22nd, 2013, 03:46 PM
It would have to be a first name because our middle names are all family names. Crispin isn't a family name.
I really DO NOT like the nn Cris. 1. Because I hate that name and 2. It's the name of...
August 22nd, 2013, 03:33 PM
The title says it all.
Not my style but not bad?
He'll be called Crispy his entire life?
We have a Cassian. But we don't prn it Cassy-en. And I'm okay with that. ;)
That's okay. I <3 Cassian. We don't pronounce it the Latin way but Cashen (nn Cash) since that's the way the saint is pronounced in our church. Cashen sounds more masculine.(I don't like it prn...
Oh, I'm sorry I wasn't clear. Those ARE our existing kids' names. :)
Hubby and I have ZERO ideas about names for the newest little pipsqueak.
So far our existing kids are:
Anneliese (F) and
Well, I take that back. Now that Marigold has been here for a good 7 months, YEP, she gets called Marygold. No matter though, I love that version too. It grew on me. :) Her pet names presently are...
My oldest son's name is Cassian. We pronounce it Cash-en, and his nn is Cash.
I've seen it pronounced on baby name sites both Cash-en and Cass-ee-in and am just wondering how you would pronounce...
Marigold. Because right now I'm snuggling with her. ;)
October 2nd, 2012, 11:41 AM
Yep. Using Marigold.
My other GP name is January. Would love to use that one, someday..... :)
I know a girl named Kaitri (or is it Kaitree?) so Kaidrey isn't too far out there for me.
I kind of like it.
And wow, OP, you weren't kidding about that other baby name board. They were horrid to...
I should have given an update: I am now more leaning toward Camillus than Camillys, Camillis or Camyllis.
My main hang up is that it's a boys name, an uncommon one at that, and just looks so...
I SO appreciate all the answers so far! Thank you!
We are a month away from the due date so I need more input! :)
Our daughter coming in October will be Marigold, and I've never, ever heard ANYONE call her Mary-gold. Only Marigold. And I'm in the South too, though originally from the Midwest.
Adding: struggling because I don't want to look like I'm trying to be trendy with a Y, yet at the same time really, really don't like the U. It just looks painfully masculine to me.
Bumping this for more thoughts. I am really struggling on this one. Thanks!
August 22nd, 2012, 02:41 PM
Where would your regrets lie if you did or didn't change the name?
That's how I like to examine things...if you keep her name Greer, a name which you love and which will grow on you even more and on...
Galilee looks pretty and sounds neat, but when you say it out loud it sounds more like Galley than Galilee. It's tough to pronounce it clearly enough without saying it so deliberately that it then...
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