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  1. #11
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    I really, really like it! However, it might be better as a middle name...

  2. #13
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    Generally I'm not a fan of unisex/boys names on girls (I wouldn't use one on my daughter), however, I know a little girl whose name is Sawyer, and I can see the appeal.

    Sailor and Sawyer have a spunky and cute quality to them that is nice.

    I think Sailor goes nicely with Rowan as well
    Mama to Theodore Adl3r Emm3tt "Theo" born April 2012

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  3. #15
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    I'm another one who just hears rowin sailor as a sibset. I don't think sailor ages nearly as well as Rowan either, but find it fine for a middle name.

  4. #17
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    I don't really like it. It sounds like a really cute pet's name to me. Sorry!

    I love your daughter's name though, Rowan Jane. Sailor just isn't as substantial to me as Rowan.

  5. #19
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    I think Sailor would work better as a quirky mn to honour your father. I just can't get past the teasing potential for either gender. I can hear people saying ..."well, hello sailor" in a suggestive voice and it turns me off.
    All the best,
    Mischa.

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