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  1. #1
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    Jun 2011
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    Names from my son's school newsletter

    My son attends a primary school in Australia. The school newsletter includes the names of children who have won awards or merits. These children are between the ages of 5 - 11 years.

    Sam.
    Jemma
    Dee.kon - I haven't seen this name spelled this way before
    Ashleigh
    Scott
    Georgia
    Tex. - I kinda like this
    Chelsea
    Tee-Jay - Umm I'm not a fan of hyphenated names
    Courtney
    Jake
    Elyssa
    Sean
    Zali x3 - This name is popular in my area along with Dakota both of which I have never seen before.
    Liam - I know a few Liams
    Madison
    Leonard - This is fresh
    Chloe
    Tyson - This was popular in my old school for the kids born around the 1990s named after Mike Tyson.
    Fe.-be - ?
    Johnny
    Claudia - I like this
    Zac
    Mia
    K@de/K@be - unfortunately these 2 are in the same class!
    Lachlan/Lochlan - this is a popular name too
    Abigail
    Tegan
    Callan
    Ciann@ - Pronounced Sienna
    Lainee
    Julio
    Cameron
    Molly
    Lauren
    Anika
    Jerremie - not fond of this spelling
    Joshua
    Kodi
    Ellen
    Jessie
    Nicholas
    Lewis
    Taylah
    Hannah - this is popular too
    Shenae
    Emilie
    Wilson - this is a pleasant surprise
    Brianna
    Paris
    Sean
    Zane
    K@yleb - don't like this spelling
    Jack
    Rhys
    Destiny - I'm surprised to see this. This is the name all the teenaged girls in my school wanted to call their baby girls.
    Shai
    Brodie-M@y

    Quite a mixed bag of names and some surprising ones too
    WDYT?
    Last edited by reubsmum77; March 1st, 2013 at 05:31 AM. Reason: Edited to remove some details

  2. #3
    Join Date
    Feb 2013
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    A lot of "yooneek" spellings which I am not really a fan of. However, the one that stood out to me was Tex even though it makes me think of Texas or Tex-Mex I kind of like it! In my area Destiny is popular and so is Dakota along with all of the Aiden/Brayden/Braden names. I absolutely detest names that are hyphenated and there were a bunch of those! Other names that stood out to me were, Rhys (I like this one), Leonard (not my style but at least it's different), and Lochlan (this one isn't common in my area so it's pretty new to me, I think I like Locke better).
    Married for almost 2 wonderful years and dreaming about starting a family in the near future!

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  3. #5
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    Brodie-May? What gender was that?
    Names I enjoy:

    Girls: Lucy, Elena, Lake, Sylvie

    Boys: Jack, Eamon, Sylvan, Theo

    Photo by Corey Arnold

  4. #7
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    I guess Brodie-May is female. I can't see a boy having May as a name. I'm not a fan.

  5. #9
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    Brodie-May? Poor kid.

    I'm guessing "Fe-be" is someone's attempt at Phoebe.

    LOVE Rhys, though.
    Proud furmom to:
    Pepper, Kuno, Mia, Rosalind, Gwendolen & Cecily
    Currently loving:
    Elysia Maeve~Marina Isolde~Linnea Violetta~Minerva Sophronia~Merida Ianthe~Eleni Finola
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