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Ah yes, I see now. I should have been more diligent in looking back for the original post. Mea culpa! I'm sorry if I offended anyone. Sadly, I don't have much time to go digging through the archives...
Wonderful choice! As a mother to a small Felix...I will tell you a secret about Felixes. They are luck babies with dreamy eyes and sweet smiles. I know your Felix will make you as happy as mine has...
Completely agree. I actually commented on the report for boys with a link to one I KNOW to be false. http://nameberry.com/blog/babyberry-roundup-the-fourth-quarterly-report-of-2012 is the report for...
Shortly after birth here. :)
Felix Samuel Gregory arrived August 22, 2012 at 5:53 AM.
(sorry it took me a bit to post here...I actually forgot! o.O)
Jack and Lucas, mostly. :)
Valancy, from "The Blue Castle"!
Sarai and Moses
So it's a boy, and we were going to name him Jude, but another family member is using it before us. Close enough proximity that I'd like the boys to have different names. I'm not SO attached to Jude...
Ainsley- I really don't like this, it almost seems like it's trying too hard.
Auden- "Odd End"
Arwen- I'm an uber-nerd, so this is too LOTRO for me.
Aspen- Has potential for unfortunate...
March 22nd, 2012, 01:27 AM
Personally, I think middle names are where you should do whatever you want. If it were me, and it meant that much to me, I'd go ahead and do it. Chester has a sort of "last name" feel to it,...
March 12th, 2012, 07:15 PM
Oh, also, if you're saying Celia as "Seal-yuh" it's two syllables...but I only ever knew one Celia, and she said it like that.
March 12th, 2012, 07:14 PM
I think I would steer away from any names that ended in -lie -ly because of the Lee part of your last name, but there are lots of short names out there that don't have that!
I think my top three...
March 12th, 2012, 07:08 PM
I'll keep y'all posted...we find out in three weeks one way or the other, so we'll just keep kicking it around in our brains, I suppose. It's been good to get some feedback on it though. We always...
Oh, I love that! Hattie's got such a vintage charm, and the full name is so graceful.
March 12th, 2012, 07:04 PM
I feel your pain! I, too, am having a ridiculously difficult time with this! DH and I basically went through seven name books, and for girls, we had a tiny handful of names we both liked. I just want...
Are you intending to pronounce Cassius as "Cass-ee-us" or as "Cash-us"? I've heard it both ways, though I personally prefer "Cash-us". It does change the flow on it depending on your choice. :)
March 12th, 2012, 06:51 PM
Oh, I love the name Sarah Anne...possibly because my littlest sister (age 10) is my sweet, sunny Sarah Anne! What about Mary Grace and possibly a third name? I know a little Meredith Grace who is...
OP is a troll, this is a re-post of someone else. You're wasting your berry juju on her/him.
March 12th, 2012, 04:43 PM
The problem with Anna by itself is that DH's sister is Anna, but they call her Annie. I really dislike the name Annie, and really do not want to continuously have to tell someone not to call her...
March 12th, 2012, 04:21 PM
We can't do Annabelle or Annalise. Our dog that died a few years ago was Belle, and DH's sister has a small Elise that we see fairly frequently. :) Can't do Misha for Michelle, because my mother...
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I blinked several times and said "Well...she's just lovely!" and then I moved on. Quickly.
Zerubbabel Habbakuk, nn Zubby for short. It's what we called my sister before she was born. It was disgusting, and we insisted to all and sundry that it was both ambi-gender, and for serious....
March 12th, 2012, 01:35 AM
I don't remember a Rowan in the Ramona Quimby books, but Ramona anagrams minus a to Roman. :)
If you're set on Rowan, then perhaps you could choose two MN's that start with L and E. Or how about...
Since I'm Catholic, and someone already did Bible names, I'll go with
John Paul Julius
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