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November 22nd, 2012, 12:36 AM
I mostly buy Carters, Gymboree, The Children's Place, and Crazy 8.
They're all pretty similar. I've only ever used tests from the dollar store and they worked just fine and they showed positive for my pregnancies the day I missed my period. I also agree that you...
November 22nd, 2012, 12:19 AM
Ditto, Roe-in! :)
I don't care for Cambria but I do like the nickname Cami.
November 21st, 2012, 11:58 PM
Noelle definitely works as a first name! It's beautiful and uncommon yet familiar.
April 2nd, 2012, 05:11 PM
When I was pregnant with my first, two of the names I was considering were Piper and Harper.
Neither. It just sounds like a word to me.
March 7th, 2012, 09:50 AM
Sally is nice. Lou would be a nice nickname for Louise or Louisa. Oona is a legitimate name, no nn needed.
To be honest, the only ones I consider to be cutesy are Honey and Kitty.
Atlas Shrugged was written by Ayn Rand.
Anastasia is a beautiful name, don't be afraid to use it! I pronounce Anaïs ah-na-EES.
Thea = thee-ah.
I pronounce Carina like cah-ree-nah, not cor-ee-na.
It IS an Italian boy's name. No "supposed to"s about it.
March 5th, 2012, 12:35 PM
It's definitely usable for boys! I prefer it on boys as opposed to girls.
Cricket could work as a nn but not a fn.
I'm sorry but I could never take an adult woman named Coco seriously. I do think you could get away with it being a nn but I wouldn't use it as a given name. Matilda is beautiful. What about using...
No, Luca is a boys name in English. What about Lucy or Lux?
Around here, it's overused. I used to love it but got turned off of it because of how many little Olivia/Alivia/Livy's I've met since my oldest was born. That said, I don't mind popular names, it's...
Congrats! Clara Beatrix is adorable!
I don't get the "Annabel the cow" reference. Besides, it's not a reference too many would get considering it's a fairly popular name (Annabel is #628 and Annabelle is #117 for 2010).
Otillia would be nice. Otealia is awful!
Emerson would be nice if you were having a boy (it is a boys name) but since you're having a girl, Lila is my pick. Jack and Lila sound nice together.
Johanna: jo-han-uh or jo-hah-na
Elsa is beautiful. Hadassah is a bit too much for me but definitely usable. The rest are NMSAA.
March 2nd, 2012, 08:26 AM
I think these are usable:
Madeline (pronounced like 'line', not 'lynn')
March 2nd, 2012, 08:21 AM
I said that it doesn't work but they're your kids and as long as one is in the middle name slot, it's not as bad.
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