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Hollander comes to mind, and I like Anderson as well.
Auburn sounds more feminine to me given its similarity to popular girls name Aubrey. Definitely usable in my book!
March 18th, 2014, 10:02 PM
I'm in Florida. We're using the name Declan for our baby boy due in May :) as far as any others, I only know one other Declan who is in his late 20s. I've never met a Miles, although it is my...
February 27th, 2014, 11:56 PM
Names have regional popularity, and it sounds like you may just live in an area filled with Sophias! I'm a mom to a 4 year old born in 2009, and we have only met 2 Sophias over the past four years....
February 25th, 2014, 07:59 PM
Leo is my favorite, and also Owen and Theo pair really well.
February 25th, 2014, 07:57 PM
Trying to decide on a middle name for baby boy #3 due in May! Our options:
I'm partial to Luke, DH prefers Lucas, and Thiago would be a nod to his older...
February 9th, 2014, 02:39 PM
We scrapped our whole list and came up with some new ones for baby boy #3 due in May...now we're at a standstill! The problem is that our tastes are very different and even the names now on our list...
My dad is actually a John Robert. The intention was for him to be called both names, but he ended up preferring Rob. I think it flows nicely though!
Is Logan too similar to either Declan or Lachlan? It's our 3rd boy and the brothers would be:
Logan, Blake, and Declan
Logan, Blake, and Lachlan
January 12th, 2014, 02:05 PM
As a mom of a toddler and preschooler, I see a lot of kids...and so far, I've only come across one Owen (a 3 year old) so there may be a pretty good chance you might not run into too many either! :)
Torn between these two names! Which do you prefer, Harrison Levi or Levi Harrison?
January 5th, 2014, 09:07 PM
I absolutely love Blake William (but I'm partial since I have a Blake Daniel!) but I think Beckett flows better with Brady and Brooke. I don't really find Blake to be all that common - I've only come...
Thanks guys for your opinions! Looks like Caleb is the majority winner...and is also the front runner in our name hunt, but we haven't crossed Harrison off the list yet just in case we change our...
Thank you! His name is Blake Daniel. What's your Blake's middle name? So fun to meet other Blakes, we don't know too many.
We're having our third boy in May! But we're stuck between two names - Caleb and Harrison.
I love Caleb because it's classic, Biblical, and fits in well with our two other sons' names, Logan and...
Clancy definitely says wealthy southern gentleman to me! I knew a boy growing up named Clancy, and his family fit that description.
I know 3 Ella's in the under 4 set. It feels even more common due to all of the Ellie's, Eleanor's, and Elizabeth's, but it is still a beautiful name!
I would say Shay-da, but that spelling is a little confusing. I prefer Shayda.
Just how popular are the names Charlotte and Aria? I know they get lots of action on the name boards, and Aria is pretty trendy, but do you guys know any babies with these names?
I'm a mom to a...
I named my first baby doll 'Selery' when I was a kid - but I think I might stick to using it for non-human objects.
Thanks! I think I'm leaning towards Violet (love Natalia but worried no one will pronounce it right...!)
Which one of these do you like the best? Siblings are Logan and Blake.
Is Declan too similar to Logan? Looking for another boy name to go with siblings Logan and Blake.
July 15th, 2013, 11:10 PM
I'm an Emily who rarely gets called Em except by a few people. I'm not really a fan of nicknames, so I only call myself by my full name.
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