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@leadmythoughts Well said. I really wish every single pregnant celebrity would read your post!!!! Lol.
My take is Milo is popular for boys, so I wouldn't give it to a girl. I don't even think it...
I think this is a troll. There is no way a 2.8lb baby would get discharged tomorrow. Plus, you've been posting you're having a boy, you're having a girl, you're due in August, and all sorts of...
@Emily - very awful news! I'm not sure either what that means for being around you while pregnant, but I do know (a few of my friends have moms who have been diagnosed) that she certainly has a lot...
Although, I think it would be super neat to just give him your maiden name! McLaughlin nn Mac. I wish I had a surname that I could give as-is to a child....
May 15th, 2015, 12:40 PM
If she has other names on her list, I think I'd let Lane Bird go. It's odd, plus it sounds like Lame Bird. It's not only the two nouns, but also the one-syllables. Not the ideal flow. Cuyler and...
May 15th, 2015, 12:13 PM
Everett, Caleb & Joel
Everett, Caleb & Declan
Everett, Caleb & Dawson
Everett, Caleb & Deacon
Everett, Caleb & Derrick
Everett, Caleb & Dylan
My nerdy mind really wants to suggest a D so...
May 15th, 2015, 12:05 PM
Ooh. I like your boy list a lot.
Leo, Jude, Maxwell, Ruben, Frazer, Brody and Nolan are all great. A few are popular, but all will age well with your boy.
If you change Frankie to Frank, it...
May 15th, 2015, 11:59 AM
I like Alba, Florence and Lyra best, only because I don't hear them often and they'll age with her through any situation (I know one little Florence and one Lyra but that's it.)
May 14th, 2015, 05:30 PM
I think it's cute. Reminds me of course of Reese Witherspoon. I think it suits a girl more these days because there are far more girls named Reese than boys named Reese/Reece/Rhys.
May 14th, 2015, 03:49 PM
Yup, every family is different. We waited until the second trimester mark with my DD. And after that we only posted the gender reveal and then an announcement when she was born. Oh, and a few...
May 14th, 2015, 03:39 PM
I agree that it depends on the reasons. Just throwing in 2-4 names because you couldn't decide is just a bit silly. I have a cousin who has four kids and each kid has four middles in addition to...
May 14th, 2015, 03:29 PM
@tarynkay your son is so sweet!!! this makes me so excited to share the news with my daughter tomorrow.
Does anyone have an anterior placenta? At the NT scan this week the tech threw out that...
May 14th, 2015, 03:18 PM
Straight up country bumpkin. Not farm fresh. Love the descriptors though ;-)
Voting for Octavia too. It's the least common and least trendy. It strikes a nice balance between ultra sweet Sophie and tough and spunky Lennox. If you had a boy in future, I think Octavia and...
May 14th, 2015, 03:04 PM
Honestly, it feels a bit country bumpkin. I'm sure it's a real name somewhere, but it's not to the same level as simple Jasper. I LOVE Willa and Jasper. the -dene, and I do agree that's the way to...
Juliette and Henry. I agree with taking out Holland to avoid having an odd girl out without a place name. And Jackson and Lincoln are place names (and quite trendy) to me, so I like Henry better.
Mae for sure! Same spunk and simplicity as Tess and Hattie.
We found out with DD1 because my DH wanted to know. He said it would help him bond more. I was on the fence. I don't regret finding out though, it was still a surprise even earlier than the delivery...
That is such a shame :-( What a small world that they chose your very name.
I like Elke a lot, it's uncommon but not too difficult to say. Violet is gorgeous, but only you can say if it's too...
May 13th, 2015, 12:03 PM
It's a hard choice! They are both beautiful names, no arguing there.
Sure, Everly is very of-the-moment and may be a name tied to this generation. But Elizabeth has been either in or just above...
Harrison is my favourite. I've heard Lenin on girls lately. But both are great names, can you wait to meet him?
@cruzis_mum I LOVE the letter and gift idea!
Thanks for starting this thread. I've been toying with ways to tell our 25mo DD. I think she may get more than we realize, she did go through her...
Such a shame when people don't keep their opinions to themselves. If it was a valid point, sure, but that's purely her opinion that it's not a real name.
For what it's worth I LOVE LOVE Tess...
May 7th, 2015, 05:32 PM
Ooohh... the Mother's Day reveals are going to be so exciting. What lucky grandmas-to-be!!
LOL. I never gave up my maternity pants or nursing bras either. Glad to hear I'm not alone.
May 6th, 2015, 05:18 PM
Our good friends were told they were having a girl after their 20wk scan, in 2012. Well, out came a boy! Surprising, but the more we/they told the story, the more instances we've heard of this...
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