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January 23rd, 2013 05:15 PM #1Junior Member
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- Jan 2013
Rate each baby name and think of middle names?
soo im pregnant and i dont know if my babys gonna b a boy or a girl yet. i already picked out a bunch of baby names:
Rate each baby name on a scale from 1-10 and think of middle names 2 go with them.
I can't think of any middle names 2 go with these, and btw the last name is Haupert.
January 23rd, 2013 05:32 PM #3Top Names: Benedict Zeal & Noelle Geneva
Olivia/Livy : Darah/Bethel : Eve/Verity
Eli/Calvin: Luke/Zane: Levi/Phineas
TTC this year!!
January 23rd, 2013 05:40 PM #5Senior Member
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Of your girl names I like Taylor and Kayla. Both of them are easy to say and easy to spell. Some of your girl names I would like if they were spelled correctly. For example, if you spelled Briyanna just Brianna, I would think it's absolutely beautiful. Same thing with Brittani, how about Brittany?
Of the boy names I like Seth, Jake, Ryder, and Shane the best.
I would like Konnor if it was spelled with a C instead of a K, Brandyn if it was Brandon, Brodey if it was Brody (Brody is actually one of my guilty pleasure names, love it, but dh does not like it!)
January 23rd, 2013 05:45 PM #7
4- Chanel, Charisma, Alondra, Brinley, Anaya, Taylor
3- Shayne, Ryann, Brittani
1- Kynzie, Symantha, Alixx
0- Kharley, Cianni, Briyanna, Khyli
10- Seth! Reilly!
7- Zack, Shane
5- Konnor, Izaak, Brodey, Ayden, Izaiah
3- Kayden, Andi, Brandyn
2- Ryder, Jadyn
1- Blaike (though I really like Blake),
0- Mykel, Rhyan, Jock
Reilly Seth- SO HANDSOME!Lucia
Name aficionada, traveller, teacher, wonderfully enamoured
❀ Sela Beatrix, Adelaide Flora, Vivian Lilac, Orchid Minerva, Audrey Cordelia
Opal, Zinnia, Sefora, Leire, Nuria, Freya
➳ Bastian Leir, Gideon Felix, Fletcher Atlas, Ephraim Grey, Joscelin Amos
Eneko, Ekhi, Bruno, Oriol, Earnest, Ivor
January 23rd, 2013 05:46 PM #9Senior Member
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- Newport, RI
I really think you should consider more traditional spellings. I know it seems fun and unique, but really, it will always be a hassle for both you and your child. I've never met anyone with a unique spelled name that didn't consider it to be a burden and even know two who write their names the more accepted way, even without legally changing them.
Spelling aside, I think that Samantha is quite beautiful and it "grows" a lot better than the others. Brittany and Brianna are also decent choices, though I've always found them hard to picture on adult women.
Conner, Isaiah, or Isaac from your boys' list are my favorites, though I've seen a recent surge in the interest in Rider, which isn't my personal style, but I do find it cute.Mom to:
due July 2013