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April 27th, 2013 09:34 PM #26Member
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April 27th, 2013 09:48 PM #28
I think its a sweet idea, but Lauren seems a little common after Ledger & Lyric, but if you decide on Lauren, you could always come up with an uncommon/fun nickname for her. I know a Lauren called Lala.
Other examples I came up with:
Lula or Lulu
Or something with her middle name like Lauren Indiana and call her Indie.
Just an idea. Good luck.I love names so much that I started a blog and wrote a book.
April 27th, 2013 10:08 PM #30
I would use Lauren or as others suggested Laurel. I think it's ok that it's a little different than her brothers because she's a girl. The story is precious, and to be honest I like Laurel. It has a sweet earthiness to it. It's gentle. It reminds me of swinging on a porch or a swing slowly and enjoying the last of a warm summer day.My Zoe ... My life
April 27th, 2013 10:16 PM #32Senior Member
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I would prefer Laurel to Lauren for a girl.
But if you are so blessed with another son, then maybe your child was refering to a baby Loren. A male Loren.
I love Loren.
I would name my child something my 1st born came up with, if I love it. I wouldn't want to have naming remorse and then subcounciously blame my first born.
April 27th, 2013 10:20 PM #34
I'm with @maggiefromcanada, @characternamer and @ashthedreamer.
I'd probably try to stick with something that has a nn that could also be a nn for Lauren. Obviously (see signature) I adore Lorelei and Loretta. If Lauren is too common for your tastes I would find something else - it does sound nice with your boys names but would be too common for me. Another option is to use Lauren as a mn. Something like Lumiere Lauren, Leandra Lauren, or Linnea Lauren. (Avoiding the Laur sound in the first name all together).MAJOR CONSTRUCTION ZONE
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