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Not at all. A push present isn't a necessity to make having your first child easier. Having a baby shower simply lets friends and family give baby gifts to the new parents. I agree with the others in...
@pinkballerina- This is what I have to say to your accusations that I'm against baby showers, etc.
Baby showers and push presents are two different things.
Here is our second jab at naming the babe. We've gotten rid of some, added possible middle names (emphasis on possible, middle names aren't set in stone), and have come up with a slew of nicknames....
I second Thayer, Arthur, and Seth!
My favorite is Julius. It is so underused and sounds good with the majority of your middle name options and the last name (and of course with Oscar!).
July 28th, 2013, 08:14 PM
Depending where you live, the answers could vary. But most importantly, if you REALLY loved George, you wouldn't be questioning it. I mean if you don't care about popularity and you REALLY love the...
If you like George more, change it. It might be a hassle, but while he's still young, I'd get it out of the way and done.
July 23rd, 2013, 03:55 PM
Gabriel is all Christmas to me. Gabriel was an angel in the Nativity Story. I picture a tow headed little boy with rosy cheeks. He's polite, kind, and angelic.
July 22nd, 2013, 12:42 PM
I cannot stress it enough, go with what YOU love! You can't try to please your father, he won't be going to work with you for the next 50 years, so, ultimately, it's up to YOU!! Also, if you're...
I've never heard of a "push present" and I think it's ridiculous. She needs a Tiffany's ring to birth THEIR baby?! What?!?! Shouldn't a baby be enough of a present?
Ideally, I only want two. I grew up with a younger brother and I liked only having one sibling. My dad is the youngest of nine and it was always fun being around such a big family, but I still...
July 22nd, 2013, 12:15 PM
July 22nd, 2013, 12:13 PM
I wouldn't let your moms opinions sway you. If you really want Grace in the name, why not use Caroline Augusta Grace?
July 22nd, 2013, 12:09 PM
All of these are great classics that I feel wear well on a little boy and age nicely.
We don't really mind popularity, if we like it, we'll use it.
Plus, Aiden has more significance than, say, Jackson.
We've just recently found the sex of our baby, and he is indeed a boy. We've been looking at names and have a pretty spuratic list. We know we like classic names for both genders...
July 22nd, 2013, 09:13 AM
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