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  1. #51
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    @novaberry, I like Corwin, Darwin, and Jem!

    @Sarahmezz, thank you. Apparently I'm not allowed to have a different style. I feel increasingly bullied on my threads and it's really starting to bug me.

    @mclevine, I thought so. I do love that story.

    @ottilie, it makes me feel the same way... I definitely see a few people as mean bullies now so I will avoid them.

    @kathrynsarah, I like Merrick and Fallon but I couldn't use them. Merrick is another Anne Rice name and I don't want people to think I named my kids after her books. Fallon because of a mean girl in high school.

    @scarletrune, I like getting replies to my threads just like everyone else. The fact you are insinuating that I am posting my picks to get attention is disrespectful and kinda hurtful. I'm just like everyone else on Nameberry, I love names and I'm a mom who's talking about names for a future child.

    @goodhope, I like Carlen, Eisley, Evren, Hale, Judah, and Merrill from your list.

    @emmabobemma, I honestly don't understand why my views on feminism always has to be the focal point of my threads. I just like certain types of names, I would consider all these possibilities for a boy as well. I dunno, it just feels like I'm treated differently and slightly condescended.

    @iamiamiam, I love Arwen (too close to Rowan and maybe too LOTR) and Dahlia for a middle. I'm not *morally* opposed to female names or something, I just don't like them enough to actually use one.
    My cherished daughter, Rowan Jane. ~b. 10/2011~


    Sawyer ~ Aven ~ Elowen ~ Sage ~ Eilonwy ~ Eleanor
    Morgan ~ Asher ~ ___ ~ ___ ~ Currently trying to fill the blanks...


    Trying for #2 in January 2014.

  2. #53
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    p.s. Awen and Arwenna are variations (both Welsh for "muse")

  3. #55
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    Darwin is not a boys name. It is a surname.... the man's name was CHARLES Darwin. Boys don't own surnames.

    I keep having boy babies...otherwise I'd have a little girl named Darwin. With the "win" sound at the end it is very feminine (Gwendolyn, etc)

  4. #57
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrenny View Post
    Darwin is not a boys name. It is a surname.... the man's name was CHARLES Darwin. Boys don't own surnames.

    I keep having boy babies...otherwise I'd have a little girl named Darwin. With the "win" sound at the end it is very feminine (Gwendolyn, etc)
    I like Darwin a lot too but I worry it might be too strongly tied to Charles. I mean, I am a Charles Darwin fan and I am an atheist, but I wouldn't really be using it to honor him. I just like the sound of it. I feel like in the South, it would be a very controversial name that could unnecessarily ruffle feathers.
    My cherished daughter, Rowan Jane. ~b. 10/2011~


    Sawyer ~ Aven ~ Elowen ~ Sage ~ Eilonwy ~ Eleanor
    Morgan ~ Asher ~ ___ ~ ___ ~ Currently trying to fill the blanks...


    Trying for #2 in January 2014.

  5. #59
    Hi rowangreeneyes -

    I see you've got a lot of replies, and sorry for repeats, but thought I'd still chime in with a few choice names.

    I know of a couple women named Owen and Jude.

    Also, a couple girl names from recent TV shows I can recall: Bradley and Marlowe

    Good luck!

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