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Thread: What were you almost named?
June 28th, 2013 01:32 PM #51Junior Member
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June 28th, 2013 02:08 PM #53Senior Member
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I am Sarah but my dad pushed hard for the V-names Valerie, Victoria, and Veronica..I have loathed how common my name is but I do love it, its hard to imagine myself as any of those, but Victoria is beautiful and classic and I imagine that I may have been a more elegant and put together version of myself with a name like Victoria (although Vicky-not so much IMO).Mama to little Ramona Mae 3/2011 and Sylvie Joy born 11/2013
June 28th, 2013 02:25 PM #55Roland Ignatius Ferdinand - Edmund Alistair Leon - Lysander Charles Ivan - Alistair Benedict Noble
Rosalind Cordelia June - Elowen Victoria Primrose - Hermione Isadora Pearl - Cecilia Alice Rosemary
You'll make your real friends,
Those cunning folk use any means,
To achieve their ends
June 28th, 2013 02:37 PM #57
If I had been a boy I would have been Thomas Jay (TJ).
I was supposed to be Andrea Devon - but a month or so before I was born my dad heard the song "Hollyann" on Boston's Third Stage album and fell in love. Since he is HBM III, they picked a B name - Beth - for the middle so I would have the same initials as him and my grandfather and great-grandfather....
They were apparently, though, still going between the two when my mum went into labor. She had to have a cesarean and while she was still all out of it my dad decided that I looked like a Hollyann. I am glad, though. I am not an Andrea at all, and now I share my initials with my nephew, Hunter Brady, as wellLadies
Avery Catherine Lucille ~ Caroline Ruby Elizabeth ~ Clarity Jessamine Leigh ~ Josephine Louisa Danielle ~ Rosemary Margaret Luna ~ Tessa Hermione Jayne
Desmond William Joseph ~ Elijah Laurence Rhys ~ Logan Christopher Knightley ~ Theodore David Henry ~ Whitney Benjamin John
Wishing to be pregnant... but having to be responsible and wait for now :P
June 28th, 2013 03:33 PM #59Mommy to:
Amaré Elyse . Her name is the present infinitive of "to love" in Latin, and we pronounce it Am-uh-RAY.
Job Marcellus. We call him Joby.