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I like it. I think it's fine for a kid to have to grow into their name, because they will grow.
August 26th, 2014, 07:42 PM
I didn't even know they were her kids' names. I think you're safe. Plus, I don't think you should let anyone else dictate what you can and can't name your kids. If you like Emme and Max, go for it.
@sarahmezz, sorry for your loss
I don't think it should be a deal breaker. If you really bothers you, not all styles of monograms put the last initial larger in the middle. You could choose one where the initials are in order and...
I'm only 6 weeks, so I know we have plenty of time to decide before we'll even be able to find out the gender of our baby, but I was wondering what you other mommies would do/have done...
I don't have experience with this yet since baby #2 is just a bean right now, but there was a good article in Parents magazine this month about siblings spacing. It talks about what to expect from...
I think Livia and Olivia are too similar. Livia and Olive seems okay to me, though. If you're going to call her Olive anyway, I would just go with Olive. Honestly, in my experience Livia is used as a...
I'm sure my husband's family is really hoping for a boy too (or will be when we share the news - we still haven't told anyone). My husband's grandparents have 8 sons and no...
I got a BFP on Tuesday. According to BabyCenter, my due date will be April 8th. I haven't seen my midwife to confirm pregnancy yet, though. I just started a new job last Monday, so this is really...
July 7th, 2014, 11:38 PM
I'm a substitute teachers, so I encounter a lot of weird names. There was a girl named Princessa in a 1st grade class I taught once. I was also teaching a computer class one time and was just...
I think it depends on where you live. In the US, accents can be problematic and won't be used most of the time anyway. Here, Esme is the most familiar spelling and it is considered totally feminine,...
I say Emma-line because that's how it was pronounced in the movie version of Anne of Avonlea.
July 6th, 2014, 08:13 PM
Kingston - Not a fan. I'm just not crazy about place names in general, and I think the nickname King is a little pretentious. I think Kingston could be a good name for a dog, but not a child.
I like it. I think it's uncommon but familiar, which is pretty much the "sweet spot" for names. Liddy is a cute nickname.
I would probably like Ruth if it wasn't my mom's step-mother's name! Renee has never been particularly exciting to me, but it's alright. I like Ruby and Ramona and I knew a little girl named Rhiannon...
1) If you had a daughter right this second, what would you name her?
Her first name would be Brigid. We haven't decided on a middle name yet, but possibly Helen, Adele, or Elsa (all names that honor...
July 4th, 2014, 11:00 AM
Annabelle and Ethan work very well together.
I'm just not really a fan of the name Hunter on anybody, but I will say that sometimes I am pleasantly surprised when I meet a child with an unusual name that I don't particularly like, but I somehow...
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Which of these names do you like best?
June 28th, 2014, 09:56 PM
This is a question we were discussing in one of my "mommy groups" on Facebook and I thought it would be interesting to hear from Berries on this topic.
If you have kids, do you call them by their...
I don't think it's attractive at all, sorry.
What about Lenore instead of Eleanor? I think Lyra was a good suggestion too, kind of similar in feeling to Ayla but different. Vada instead of Ada/Ava? Mara is kind of like Mia and Aria.
Cecelia is a perfectly acceptable spelling. If he wants Cece and you want Celia, I think it's pretty much perfect.
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