View Poll Results: Best name to go with sister Sloane
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October 29th, 2012 01:51 PM #6
Well, coming from someone named Blaire... I love my name and I've never felt less girly because of it. I also have never gotten any remarks about being snobby/rude. People's images of names change when they actually meet a person with the name. I've always gotten compliments on my name. Paige and Gwen are nice names, but I meet a lot of Paige's and a few Gwen's. I've never met another person named Blaire. Not once. So, you can take that into consideration.My cherished daughter, Rowan Jane. ~b. 10/2011~
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October 29th, 2012 02:03 PM #12Member
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- Mar 2012
My vote is for Blaire! It's a gorgeous name. It makes me think a beautiful and smart woman. I agree with rowan sometimes your perception of a name changes when you meet someone with that name. There is a girl on YouTube called juicystar07. She's really cute and confident. I think if you watch a video of her's it may give you an idea of the name on a person.
October 29th, 2012 02:09 PM #14Senior Member
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Blaire for sure! Of course you like your daughter's name more now than when you chose it -- now it's the name of your little girl. Soon it will be that way with another name.
If you check out my siggy, you'll see that I adore 1-syllable names. I would warn against picking a longer name to shorten to Gwen because it might not work out that way. My Katharine was suppose to be Kate but it didn't work out that way and most of the family calls her by her full name (or Kat.)
Last edited by lo; October 29th, 2012 at 02:12 PM.Mom to Paul, Clare, Mark, Katharine, James, and Andrew
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