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I did the same thing as you when picking my daughter's name. At the end of the day, Noa was the name I LOVED. I would suggest just going with Noa. There are so many girls out there with unisex names...
My husband's sister welcomed their second child this week. She is a perfect pink bundle named Leia. She joins a big brother named Luke. Let the star wars jokes commence!
I think my main issue with Gwendolyn is the rhyming ending with my last. My husbands family has an accent that makes the -son ending sound like -syn. So maybe using a different Gwen name WOULD be...
Hello Berries! I have a bit of a naming conundrum. If baby #3 is a girl, I would love to honor my Grandma Gwen (we call her GG) by using her name. The problem, for me, is that Gwendolyn is about...
April 22nd, 2013, 01:22 PM
I am obviously biased, but I LOVE it. Sweet, spunky, unique!
January 23rd, 2013, 12:02 AM
I am very biased, but I LOVE Noa! I fell in love with the name as soon as I found it. Its sweet, pretty and spunky! I will be honest though, I have gotten a few raised eyebrows when introducing my...
January 12th, 2013, 02:49 PM
This is my first post in months, but we are officially TTC baby #3. We already have two little girls, Rorie and Noa. If number three is a girlI will have a hard time coming up with THE name. I...
Love Flynn and Noa!
October 8th, 2012, 09:56 PM
I really like Emery! My only worry for you is that you are establishing a very specific nameing style. I dont know if more kids are in your future, but will you feel like a third girl would also need...
I adore this name, but I seem to be one of the few berries who likes the more androgynous names. I find it cute and spunky! I would definitely pair it with a decidedly feminine middle. I like Ezri...
Our Noa was almost Naomi, but surprisingly my DH preferred Noa!
September 8th, 2012, 02:52 AM
My first was one week early and my second was two weeks late!
September 5th, 2012, 12:14 AM
I think the comments being made, that using unisex/traditionally male names, would make people assume you wanted boys is ABSURD. I would never make that assumption and I doubt others would either....
September 4th, 2012, 09:23 PM
My all time favorite guilty pleasure name is LaRue. I read a great WW2 saga that had a character by this name. When I casually brought it up while pregnant with my first, my grandmother nearly had a...
September 4th, 2012, 03:06 PM
Rorie Elizabeth (2008)
Noa Olivia (2012)
I love Elijah and Jonah together!
Pretty sure you were the one who inspired this post!
To be perfectly honest, if you were to have told me five years ago the names of my future kids, I would have thought you were crazy. But they are absolutely perfect! :)
I want to lie and say I hate it because it is my number one boys name and I am terrified of it getting more popular!!
So the name at the top of my list is Wren Felicity. I worry that it isn't a good fit with my other girl names, but maybe I am being overly concerned with the details. Both of my girls have non...
This name feels dated to me. I usually like place names and unisex names but this one has been used to death. In my home town atleast, it was super popular for kids born in the 90s. My little sister...
One of my guilty pleasure names is Huckleberry nn Huck, but that may be a little out there. :)
I was reading another post that brought up the difficulties of naming with first name alliteration. While most people don't have to come up with twenty names, I am sure there are plenty of people who...
August 28th, 2012, 02:22 PM
I would assume it was a girl if I heard the name. I think it is because of the girly nn Kitty, or possibly because there is an American Girl Doll by that name. Despite all of that I don't completely...
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