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I've been thinking about getting a pet, probably a dog or cat, when my husband and I buy a house. We hope it will be in about a year, so my sons would be one and five years old. I've only ever had...
I get redirected to my email manager and firstname.lastname@example.org is automatically filled in for me, so it seems that it's a new name advice column type blog they are starting and collecting questions...
I was just thinking about different ways to honor my grandma when I realized her last name, Sparrow, who make a nice middle for any future son I might have. With all of my favorite boys names I like...
I like it. We have a lot of Lupine where I live too. I might consider spelling it without the "e" if it was a first name just because he'd hear "Lou pine" constantly. I think it has a good sound.
Caroline, George and Alexandria
March 20th, 2015, 09:40 PM
Oceane, Oanez, Odessa, Oona, Olwen, Omega, Orinthia, Oxana
Valiant Ward . . . hehe
Noam . . . . . .
I'm a little obsessed with "Mary" names lately. I'd like to see which of my favorites are most liked and also see what your favorite Mary names are, please.
March 1st, 2015, 11:20 AM
My favorites from your list are Myrtle, Dahlia, Clover, Marigold, Magnolia, Daisy, Rose, Lily (just beautiful, but I know four under 6!) and Iris as first names. I really like Lavender and Blossom...
What do you think about Mary Nova as a double first name? What impression does it give you?
Could you see it working or would everyone default to just Mary?
January 30th, 2015, 11:29 PM
Thank you so much for the replies. It's good to know others have done it without starving their baby or having to quit working. I will definitely try a few different types of bottles when I can...
Luckyt, I pretty much always like the boys names you bring up. I feel a bit like I don't belong here sometimes because I'm more into middle aged man sort of names than fancy names for boys. That...
January 29th, 2015, 01:11 PM
I was just wondering if anyone has any advice for getting a breastfed baby to drink from a bottle. I return to work on the 9th and my husband will watch the kids, but he hasn't been able to get Lee...
It sounds feminine to me. I can't remember where, I think it was a naming blog, but I've heard of someone using the name for a girl. The middle name was Rain.
Nice! So you'll call him John Patrick as a double first or just John with the middle name Patrick?
January 22nd, 2015, 01:30 PM
I've known a John Paul, a John Clay and a John Luke. I like them all, but especially John Clay.
I just saw Garrick too so that's been added to my favorites. I like the meaning (btn says it means oak tree grove and I generally trust their etymology more than nb's). I think I like Gareth and...
I've been crushing on Garrett, Gerallt, Garrick and Gareth, but I cannot decide which I like better. I like Gareth's origin the best, I like the nn Rhett for Garrett, I like the meaning of Garrick...
Juliet? If my son had been a girl my husband and I considered the name Julia or Juliet. I preferred Julia because Juliet gives me a little pronunciation problems. Do you say julie-ETTE or is that...
January 17th, 2015, 03:31 PM
I also think Reverie goes better with Linnea Pearl than Lucia or Vesper. Try calling her Reverie for a while before making it official and see how it feels. All of your names are nice.
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