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Thank you guys all for your help and suggestions! The more we thought about it and tried your combos though, the more we realized we kept going back to Rowan Jude and how much we love it. Safe to...
April 18th, 2016, 11:46 AM
I love Rowan. It's our baby boys name :) Rowan is my favorite spelling. Rohan is nice but might be harder to pronounce. I really don't like Roen at all. It looks made up to me and more likely to be...
Rowan Miles is nice! And I've toyed with Rowan Oliver and Rowan Asher before too. Love them but not sure as our surname ends in ER so...not sure how it flows.
I agree with Jackal. I'm a native English speaker and I have no idea how you'd pronounce Houghton. I want to say Ho-ton or Hugh-ton. But I can also easily see Hoff-ton or How-ton. It's a cool middle...
So, we had our scan earlier this week and found out we are expecting a little boy! His first name is definitely Rowan, we have been calling him Rowan and it feels right. It's a name we've loved...
April 18th, 2016, 09:38 AM
Happy to read good news! @erinbeth that's scary about the preeclampsia, but good that you know ahead of time and can monitor it. Wishing you all the best.
I'll be 21 weeks tomorrow :) We had our...
March 25th, 2016, 02:52 PM
@erinbeth Of course you're nervous!!! Thinking of you and sending you a virtual hug and well wishes for you and baby boy! I hope everything turns out to be nothing.
March 25th, 2016, 08:29 AM
Hi guys! I've been away for a while (got a little burnt out on the baby name front I think) I'm 17 weeks and a few days now (3 I think) I had my 17 week midwife visit on Wednesday and we HEARD THE...
February 8th, 2016, 11:47 PM
Hi guys :) So happy to see so many doing well. Totally understand the nervousness some are feeling, I'm there too.
I'm just finishing week 10, I'll be 11 weeks tomorrow! My blood work from my last...
Saoirse Rue (spelled like this, not a fan of the extra H) is my favorite, but I'm not sure how intuitive the pronunciation of Saoirse would be where you live in Arkansas. So, I voted for Ophelia...
I don't personally enjoy unisex names of girls, so I chose boy. But I don't really like Emery at all if I'm honest, I agree with the emery board comment haha.
I don't like Bodhi unless it is relevant to you religiously. If not, I find it a weird name to use.
Dexter James is wonderful!
January 25th, 2016, 11:45 AM
I think you're overthinking. I know of a little girl whose name when googled turns up an adult website, and that has never been an issue for her. I wouldn't worry too much.
Only Joking!!!!!! Lol
I don't think Sienna or Hazel sound bad with West, Harlow and Aurora I can see don't flow well. Some other ideas:
Yes! I currently have 3 pregnant friends(2 who are due before me) and I definitely stress out about this. I try to be remind myself that we chose the names we like because they're uncommon, so it's...
Wow! I had checked other sites but everything I looked at had a similar meaning as Nameberry cited. Thank you, that's very interesting! I love 15th century/Anglo-Saxon history so this is very cool to...
January 22nd, 2016, 04:22 PM
@valmort I see. I think 2 middle names is a great idea. It's becoming more popular in the US to do so as well.
May I suggest Aurora? It's similar to Aurelie but maybe different enough? I also love...
January 22nd, 2016, 11:54 AM
I don't think anyone has mentioned these yet, I just thought of 3 more
January 22nd, 2016, 11:47 AM
I speak no French whatsoever. I said it Eye-liss. Like a cross between Alice and Iris.
What country do you live in/language is commonly spoken where you live? My suggestion to blend your cultures...
Jessica Poppy and Jessica Ruby are my favorites as well. Jessica is a tricky name that can sound very dated if not done right. Megan, Skye and Paige all have a certain feel to them that make Jessica...
This is true, however it's not the sort of meaning that I personally find attractive. Although it doesn't turn me off the name completely.
January 22nd, 2016, 10:20 AM
I second Freya and Thisbe
January 22nd, 2016, 10:15 AM
I prefer Reese (spelled Rhys) on a boy, but I love Shea. Having said that though, I think Reese sounds better with your sibset.
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