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December 2nd, 2014, 12:12 AM
I remember loving Madison and Natalie. Whenever I played make-believe I'd insist on being one of those two names.
I liked Angelina from Angelina Ballerina, and Amelia from Amelia Bedelia. (my mom...
November 13th, 2014, 10:51 AM
Newer: Hmmm... This is harder than I thought, hadn't realized that all of my boy names are classics/been in use for decades. Maybe Sterling? Even that one isn't new, just rarely...
I agree with this, on every count!
I prefer when the name is revealed at birth, especially if the sex is already known. I like the surprise :)
Many of my friends have posted things like "Baby L" when talking about it before birth,...
October 12th, 2014, 12:40 AM
Wonderful names! Had no idea he had such young kids.
I love arrested development. Such a fun show!
Anais- it's fine, nms really but the consonant S saves it from being too fluidy/airy sounding, a bit more substantial.
Ferelith- ah, ferelith. I want to love this name, I really do....
September 22nd, 2014, 09:04 PM
I'm just getting off the Depo shot currently, and am wondering how long it'll take me to get back to regular cycles as well. (shot would be due in a week from now)
I've heard of doctors...
September 9th, 2014, 10:34 AM
Dax and Pax came to mindr
A friend of mine just had her second child, both have very Irish names. My coworkers mostly responded in confusion to their names and wondered why they'd 'do that' to their kids. I think they'll be...
Oscar nn Oz is my favorite! Cute!!
Rose is lovely, I wouldn't let someone else using it sway me if it were my top choice.
I actually really like Rosalind with your last name! I think it sounds awesome! Memorable and the repetitive...
August 25th, 2014, 11:43 PM
Noah came to mind first, but many of the above suggestions would be lovely.
Clarke or Grant also seem nice
Not totally sure... I loved Leonora until I realized most people pronounce it without the first o. (leh-nora vs le-ah-nora, I much prefer the three syllable version). Leona is definitely pronounced...
August 11th, 2014, 12:15 AM
Lincoln nn Link is my favorite. Lincoln Hendrix and Link Hendrix both sound incredible! I'm envious of the cool sounding last name, haha ;)
Clinton Hendrix almost got my vote but it seems...
Simone, love it. Know a girl with the name, she's in high school and totally rocks it. Plus she's growing up and maturing into such a gorgeous woman that it makes me almost laugh how much she's...
August 10th, 2014, 11:50 PM
I am American, and had a female Australian coworker while living in Dublin who I thought was named Peter for about a week until I saw her name spelled out, Peta. She was putting the r on the end,...
Love it! Knew a Fergus through work in Ireland, he was great. Gus is a fun, down to earth nickname. I'm not so great with middle name combos, is your daughter's middle a family name?
Otto and Rowan!
I never know whether or not I should mention when I have a foster dog with a particular name and love it because I hate for people to think I'm suggesting that the name is a dog...
August 9th, 2014, 10:13 AM
August 9th, 2014, 10:08 AM
Which gender would you assign these unisex names?
Kieran- M definitely
Carson- M definitely
I'm mostly a lurker here, and our plans have been changing quite a bit so I'm not really on the ttc2014 schedule any more... However, I'm stopping my hormonal birth control (Depo, it will 'wear off'...
Clunky names like Gertrude (admittedly, I mostly love the nn trudy!) , feminizations like Thomasina....
Winifred and Wilhelmina.
Kathleen (particularly the irishness of it).
July 26th, 2014, 11:40 AM
Right now I'm feeling Cordelia and Sterling. Kinda different styles from each other but hey.
I have an acquaintance whose maiden name is Mabry. She's pregnant and has mentioned her daughter's name will begin with P. I'm kinda bummed she isn't using her maiden as a first name, I think it's...
From the combos I picked lily, but on its own I'd have picked Ella :)
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