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September 25th, 2015, 03:14 PM
We are seriously due any day now and we keep going back and forth on our names. Here are the latest two contenders:
Our other two girls are Juliette Noelle...
September 20th, 2015, 09:11 AM
Thanks, everyone! I think we're leaning toward Camille Bohéme, but last night DH was concerned about it feeling "short" compared to our girls' names. We came up with Anneliese Margaux which we both...
September 19th, 2015, 09:17 PM
This baby is coming any day now and we're still teetering on names. Here are our latest:
Our other two daughters are Juliette Noelle and Magdalenne Sanne.
Thanks, everyone! We were pretty sold on Bohéme, but I think my hormones are making me anxious and doubting. I have a feeling it could be a game-day decision!
Camille is tricky for middle names...
Poll: Middle name for Camille
So I think we've finally decided on Camille as the first name if this baby is a girl. Which middle name do you prefer:
My grandfather was Bohemian and I love...
July 2nd, 2015, 12:59 PM
Thanks again!! Leaning toward Camille Montserrat at the moment... But knowing us, that could very easily change between now and due date!! :)
July 2nd, 2015, 08:18 AM
Thanks, everyone! DH really loves Hannah, but I feel like I know too many. I like Isabel (but without the double letters). I know it's popular, but we don't actually know any Isabels (or...
July 1st, 2015, 05:37 PM
So our two daughters are Juliette Noelle and Magdalenne Sanne. We didn't mean to do all double letter names, but now that we did, we feel like maybe we should do the same for #3 on the way. (This has...
We're working on a name for #3. Our two daughters are Juliette Noelle and Magdalenne Sanne and our last name starts with the Ch sound.
The current front runners are:
June 2nd, 2015, 03:11 PM
Sanne - which I got to use for my daughter's middle name. DH let me use it in the middle slot because his family doesn't do middle names, so it didn't really matter to him. Shortly after she was...
May 14th, 2015, 01:22 PM
Our daughter is Juliette and we love it. I like that her spelling is distinct from the tragic Romeo & Juliet spelling. Even though it's a super romantic name, our girl is a spunky animal-lover...
Ooh, sarab.cook - I love Temperance! I forgot about that one! I'll have to see what DH thinks...
I was just about to run it by DH -- but wanted to do a vetting here first! He's real quick on the draw when it comes to vetoes, so I thought I'd stew on it for a while before giving him the...
I just came upon Prudence and it struck a chord. I love the nickname Pru or Prue. So cute. Is it too clunky and old-fashioned? Our other girls are Juliette & Magdalenne.
Thanks Waverly123! The other name I thought I'd put out there as a compromise to DH was Anneliese Giselle. He loves Giselle too. Kind of heavy on the s sound...? I think the problem I have with...
Thanks everyone! I'm thinking Anneliese is the way to go. I've started playing with the idea of Anneliese Boheme. I'm Bohemian and thought it would be a neat tribute to my Bohemian grandfather who...
So we've come up with a new idea for #3, sister to Juliette Noelle and Magdalenne Sanne, but need help with the spelling g and middle name.
DH is hung up on Bridgitte for...
Go with Natalia -- then you can always call her Talia.
Have you had it after you've chosen your baby's name (maybe even several years later) when you hear someone else's choice and think, "Why didn't I think of that one??" I wouldn't call it name...
Our daughter's name is Juliette and we love it. Juno is cute too, if that's more your style.
May 7th, 2015, 04:49 PM
Primrose is really cute. I can't think of another name to get you to Posy besides the ones you've disqualified. There's definitely a Hunger Games association, but if you use Posy all the time,...
The double letters were accidental, but then we realized that my first and middle names have double letters too... so we feel a little obligated as it does appear to be a theme. But that's limiting...
I love Cora -- particularly the connotation from Last of the Mohicans. My vote goes to Cora -- simple, classic, elegant.
Cecily Gabrielle is pretty @anyagreenwich -- thanks for the suggestion. Hubby hasn't been real responsive yet, but I'll see what I can do. ;) I have to tread carefully when suggesting new names --...
Thanks everyone -- now to convince hubby. :) What do you think of Cecily Carmen? Our last name starts with "Ch" so there'd be three "C's" but they all have a different sound. (Carmen is DH's...
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