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I came across the first name Wakefield in a book a while back, and it's sort of stuck with me ever since. He went by "Wake" most of the time. I thought that was a surprisingly good nickname for a...
I'm trying to convince him that it would make a much better name for a future dog. Maybe a Newfoundland;)
My husband LOVES the name Leif if we end up having anther boy someday. I like it too. I like the nature vibe and the way it flows with our last name... But that's the thing. It may flow a little too...
I actually really like the name Cabot. Maybe because I love the nicknames "Cal" and "Cam" and to me "Cab" has a similar feel. I live in the country, so the taxi association is the last thing to come...
I've been worried about the same thing! I just had a boy in March and if he would have been a girl, Finley was the name we were going to use. I LOVE it, but it does seem to be getting more popular,...
June 13th, 2013, 05:37 PM
A friend from high school just named her son Kruix. Aka Crew. I'm guessing that maybe she was inspired by Croix?
I love Lochlan/Lachlan for a boy, but my husband thinks it sounds too feminine. I can see why it would seem that way, if you're saying the ending "in" instead of "un". I'm not a fan of changing the...
I recently had my second little boy, Rafferty Greys. His big brother is Beckett Davis. With a 3 year old and a 1 month old, it will definitely be a while before we add to our family. Just for fun...
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