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Um... my period comes early from time to time, I think it's normal. I think it's unlikely if it was a week early (but even I've had that happen, usually when I'm stressed out and it messes with my...
I think Arden fits the best. Finley is unisex and so naming another daughter with a girly girly name would just look awkward and out of place.
Today, 11:33 AM
This is so true. Adoption isn't cheap, neither is giving birth (except insurance covers a lot in that case), with adoption you might get a tax break, but that's about it. In most cases you are...
It's a GP for me, I don't think it could work on a real person. If you're familiar with the Winx Club, the main character/fairy is named Bloom. Maybe as a middle, but not a first.
Well with having a sister, I would've hated to have matchy names, be it first or middle, on the otherhand i have nieces named Nora and Nina. They don't seem to mind... at least right now... they're...
Roxanne - Roxy
Claudine - Claudie
Cosima - Cossy
Euphemia - Euphie/Effy
Darcia - Darcy
Artemis/Artemisia - Artie/Missy
Carlotta - Lottie
Ginevra - Ginny
Eugenie - Genie
Rowena - Ro
A ton of people do it, but I never liked it and think it's kind of horrible... I would go with Westley instead.
I think they are too close when they rhyme and Lila and Stella rhyme... however, I think Lily would be a find alternative.
Again, it's a preference thing though since my nieces are Nora and Nina...
1. Does Rory seem nicknamey to anyone else? I think the problem is it ends in a -ee sound and most nicknames end in that sound (maggie, lottie, bobby, joey, etc...), but to me it's a name on it's...
My instinct is lee-an-uh
eve-lee-nuh is my instinct
March 2nd, 2014, 12:27 PM
I'm all for naming laws, there are a few parents here I want to just smack them and be like what the heck were you thinking? Were you on drugs at the time? Seriously the names people get away with in...
I have a niece named Nora and she has a friend named Nora, both are 5/6ish, so I'm guessing it's getting to be popular, might be the next Sophia
It does not matter, wow, that actually sounds racist...
I'm half Asian half Caucasian and my parents named me Diana... I grew up just fine
It was way too common, I knew about 5 Emily's growing up, so I get where people will say it's boring/overused.... It's a nice name, which is why it's used so often, so I think it's a classic nice...
Techinically unisex, it's a plant, however, you don't see boy's named Rose, Lily, Magnolia, etc... so I voted girl because I think of Sleeping Beauty and boy's don't have floral names...
Elsa is our name choice :D I love it :)
February 26th, 2014, 10:11 PM
Yes there are downsides, but not all are that way. You have to cautious/careful when choosing where you adopt from. You just need a reputable agency.
This happens in other countries as well, not...
As others said Anna to me = Anne-uh and Ana = Ah-nuh
Mainly because all the Anna's I knew went by Anne-uh and the one Ana I knew (who was polish) said her name Ah-nuh (but still got Anna all the...
Yep! :) we named him after the fire demon
February 26th, 2014, 10:32 AM
I think it really depends what type of adoption you want.
In America you can definitely adopt new borns, but the mother still has 7 days to change her mind. You could be waiting for that baby, be...
I'm not a fan...
agree with this
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