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Thread: Middle name for Sunday
May 10th, 2013 08:55 AM #1Senior Member
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Middle name for Sunday
I have been posting on here for about 2 years and I'm finally on a serious count down to TTC (about 2 months to go ) Because of my renewed excitement I am, of course, revisiting naming options. I know I have always gotten mixed reactions on the FN Sunday here. But for today let's say I am for sure going with Sunday as a girls first name.
I initially paired Sunday with Kate and (with a few exceptions of some thinking it was to much /a/ sound) it was always the favorite.
However, I am a teacher who just happens to have a Cate in my class this year who has definitely worn the name out for me (and not bc of my songs of praise, lol).
Sooo if I were to let Kate go does anyone have a good replacement? I liked that Kate was familar but not a top charter. I liked that it was one syllabel because it could serve as an easy double name if I decided to do that. But it does not have to be one syllabel.
I have thought about Sunday Harper, me and my husband love the name harper and he is on board with this combo-but it may be too uncommon to pair with Sunday?
I've heard of a Sunday Quinn but husband doesnt love Quinn.
Im open to ideas! Thanks for sharing in advance and helping me be even more excited as the countdown ticks on!Girls: Vivi Charles, Lila Charles, Sunday Kate, Willa Lace, Landry Kate, Monroe, Ezra Kate, Lucy madden, Lila snow, Hazel Anne, Indy, Wynter
Boys: Knox Maverick, Knox Ryder, Archer Allen, Archer Atlas, Shepard Knox, Monroe Hendrix, Madden McLane, Finn Allen, Crewe Archer, Quade Allen, Dash Allen, Thayer,Tennyson, Vance, Ford Allen, Penn, Wilder, Rook, Hoyt, Holt, Hart, Bishop
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May 10th, 2013 12:12 PM #9Senior Member
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