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Yesterday, 06:06 PM
What about Dean?
I love Clementine!
Yesterday, 05:37 PM
I like all your names but I feel like Samuel is the most natural. All your children's names are classics and I love how they sound together: Alexander, Madelyn, Genevieve, Theodore and Samuel. I've...
HANDS DOWN - Nola Birdie! It's absolutely divine!
I really like Jasper and Lucas, but not too fond of Tucker. Not only are there potential teasing nicknames, but you already have Jasper with the 'er' ending.
September 14th, 2014, 12:41 PM
I am so underwhelmed with my lists right now, especially the boys. I can't even come up with more than 4 names that I actually like. I like Duncan, but in the U.S., has Dunkin Donuts and Duncan Hines...
I liked the suggestion of Tessa.
My daughter's middle name is a variant of my mother's name so if we have another daughter, I want to have it be a variant of my MIL's name. Elise and Eliza are variants. I am also considering Johanna...
I've always had a soft spot for Daphne and I'm getting a little bored with my names and looking for some new ones.
What do you think of Daphne Elise or Daphne Eliza?
Here's the bigger...
I am a huge Golden Girls fan and I didn't even notice at first. Just like others said, she's Bea Arthur, which we all know is short for Beatrice, but that's not how she was referred so I wouldn't...
I love Penelope June and Penelope Hazel.
Owen and Reese felt the most natural to me but not at all in a boring. I just felt they complemented one another best.
My grandmother's name was Anna May! :) I don't think it's dated - it's just very traditional, and traditional names are never dated.
While I think the name is sweet, I personally find it a little...
September 13th, 2014, 12:34 PM
Thanks ladies. I know I'm overreacting but past experience definitely makes my sensitivity to the study heightened. I went back to just taking my folic acid pill last night and plan to just take that...
September 13th, 2014, 12:27 PM
1) ...is the most unusual? Anya
2) ...is the most traditional? Mary
3) ...is the most masculine? Piper
4) ...the most feminine? Nora
5) ...the most daring? Bronwen
6)...the most fun? Iris
September 12th, 2014, 09:33 PM
Wait, it looks like it is the study, but Parents.com dumbed it down/simplified it to fit into the space they had set aside for the article.
September 12th, 2014, 09:31 PM
This isn't actually the one I found. Here it is:
I immediately thought of Grace Ophelia, which I see you already like Ophelia.
I feel like Maura Elizabeth is way too "safe" next to Flynn Islay.
September 12th, 2014, 08:48 PM
I was always under the impression that it's great to take prenatal vitamins even before you're pregnant to insure you're already getting the healthy doses of vitamins and minerals for when you do...
September 12th, 2014, 08:32 PM
My favorites are:
Suchin Calliope, Olive Margolette, Lucy Isabeau, Rufus Balthazar, and Malcolm Sebastian.
The only one I would steer clear of (at least as a first name) is Sasi... too close...
I'm big on names having a connection to family as my name does not so I don't really feel any attachment to it. So I love that John Patrick would honor family members. I agree that it's a classic....
Unfortunately, I have not witnessed any great names in a long time. Most people I know name their kids the usual trendy stuff: Jackson, Connor, Sadie, Emma, etc. Yawn.
Although, several years ago...
I love Malcolm Reed - it's what popped into my head immediately.
Thanks, ladies! I was using First Response and I have an app on my phone that I use to track my periods, symptoms, ovulation and fertile days. I'll look into bbt for next month. :)
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