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  1. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by milasmama View Post
    Reminds me of "keeled over", sorry. I love Felix with your sibset.
    It reminds me of this too and killer. I also think Felix would be lovely with your sib-set.

  2. #8
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    Keeler? As in "I hope you keel over and die"? I don't get it...
    Last edited by southern.maple; June 4th, 2013 at 12:15 PM.
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    Thanks for all the responses. I originally came across Keeler as a surname, and I am a big sucker for those. Keel(ed) over and killed thus never crossed my mind. We still love Keeler though, but as I said, it's very early on so we will probably change our minds a thousand times. And who knows, we might have a second daughter :-)
    Declan Patrick & Emmett Josephine & Evander William
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    Crosby Calen Dakota Felix Hallam Jackson Jeton Kasen Keeler Mason William // Alley Cambrie Harlow Isolde Mikayla Mason Micah Maxwell Noelle Peyton

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    I like Isaac, but not really a fan of Keeler. How about Callum or Kellar? I know a Kellar (irish) but it doesnt seem to be on nameberry, so not sure of its history... or maybe Finnegan?

  5. #14
    My suggestions was also going to be Keller. Keeler is a tough one, and I'm generally open to anything that inspires the parents. Everyones comments above were not my first thought, just it sounded odd.
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