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  1. #6
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    1. She likes names that might elicit a response of, "I would have never thought of that!" Names that are rare, unfamiliar, striking, and have rarely been worn by anyone else before. He likes names that might elicit a response of, "Why didn't I think of that?" Names that are familiar and appealing, rarely used nowadays but that people will have heard of before.

    They name their daughter:

    - Esra Beryl

    2. He likes names like Jessica, Brittany, Jennifer, Ashley, and Danielle - the names of the pretty girls he went to school with. She likes sturdy, old-fashioned names that a girl can grow into like Ruth, Eleanor, Mabel, Ida, Florence, and Dorothy. Both think the other has awful taste.

    They name their daughter:

    - Emily Grace

    3. He is a dedicated fan of anime and other cultural exports from Japan and wants to give their daughter a Japanese name to reflect this. She is in opposition to this due to the fact that their daughter will have no Japanese heritage, and instead wants to give their daughter a word name or a nature name. She especially likes the idea of coining a brand new name for their daughter using a word that hasn't been used as a name before, something he thinks is a bad idea.

    They name their daughter:

    - Mika Poesy

    4. He wants to give his son an aggressively masculine name that will ensure that he will grow up into a manly man that no one will ever mess with, something like Striker, Axel, Gunner, Cougar, Ryker, Breaker, Rogue, or Colt. She studied English literature as an undergraduate, now works as a librarian, and wants to give their son a literary name, something after a prominent author or character.

    They name their son:

    - Archer Blake (Archer after Newland Archer from Age of Innocence, Blake after William Blake)

    5. He likes monosyllabic names for boys, particularly zippy, old-fashioned nicknames like Kit, Kip, Ned, Hap, or Tip. She is a big fan of Shakespearean names and names that wouldn't be out of place on a royal family tree. She often uses the words "stately" and "eccentric" when trying to describe her naming preferences to him.

    They name their son:

    - Sebastian Jack "Baz"

    6. She likes names that are in the top 100. She grew up with a very rare name and was often teased for it, and she has serious reservations about giving her daughter a name that her peers might perceive as anything other than normal and boring. He likes long, uncommon names, even more so if they have a mythological or astronomical link. The names that he has contributed to their discussions are Andromeda, Persephone, Cassiopeia, Tigerlily, Mariposa, Cosima, and Antigone.

    They name their daughter:

    - Rhiannon Leto

    7. He wants a name that will sound good as a sports broadcaster announces it over the loudspeaker as their son runs onto the field. She wants a name that wouldn't look out of place in the birth announcements for The Telegraph.

    They name their son:

    - Oliver James

  2. #8
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    1. She likes names that might elicit a response of, "I would have never thought of that!" Names that are rare, unfamiliar, striking, and have rarely been worn by anyone else before. He likes names that might elicit a response of, "Why didn't I think of that?" Names that are familiar and appealing, rarely used nowadays but that people will have heard of before.

    They name their daughter:

    - Frieda Ophélie

    2. He likes names like Jessica, Brittany, Jennifer, Ashley, and Danielle - the names of the pretty girls he went to school with. She likes sturdy, old-fashioned names that a girl can grow into like Ruth, Eleanor, Mabel, Ida, Florence, and Dorothy. Both think the other has awful taste.

    They name their daughter:

    - Nora Jillian

    3. He is a dedicated fan of anime and other cultural exports from Japan and wants to give their daughter a Japanese name to reflect this. She is in opposition to this due to the fact that their daughter will have no Japanese heritage, and instead wants to give their daughter a word name or a nature name. She especially likes the idea of coining a brand new name for their daughter using a word that hasn't been used as a name before, something he thinks is a bad idea.

    They name their daughter:

    - Kairi Leaf (Kairi is japanese for "sea")

    4. He wants to give his son an aggressively masculine name that will ensure that he will grow up into a manly man that no one will ever mess with, something like Striker, Axel, Gunner, Cougar, Ryker, Breaker, Rogue, or Colt. She studied English literature as an undergraduate, now works as a librarian, and wants to give their son a literary name, something after a prominent author or character.

    They name their son:

    - August Dodger (August after August Pullman, the protagonist in "Wonder")

    5. He likes monosyllabic names for boys, particularly zippy, old-fashioned nicknames like Kit, Kip, Ned, Hap, or Tip. She is a big fan of Shakespearean names and names that wouldn't be out of place on a royal family tree. She often uses the words "stately" and "eccentric" when trying to describe her naming preferences to him.

    They name their son:

    - Anse Frederick

    6. She likes names that are in the top 100. She grew up with a very rare name and was often teased for it, and she has serious reservations about giving her daughter a name that her peers might perceive as anything other than normal and boring. He likes long, uncommon names, even more so if they have a mythological or astronomical link. The names that he has contributed to their discussions are Andromeda, Persephone, Cassiopeia, Tigerlily, Mariposa, Cosima, and Antigone.

    They name their daughter:

    - Lucy Acantha

    7. He wants a name that will sound good as a sports broadcaster announces it over the loudspeaker as their son runs onto the field. She wants a name that wouldn't look out of place in the birth announcements for The Telegraph.

    They name their son:

    - Charlie Atticus Fred
    Last edited by opheliaflora; December 3rd, 2013 at 09:04 AM.

  3. #10
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    1. She likes names that might elicit a response of, "I would have never thought of that!" Names that are rare, unfamiliar, striking, and have rarely been worn by anyone else before. He likes names that might elicit a response of, "Why didn't I think of that?" Names that are familiar and appealing, rarely used nowadays but that people will have heard of before.
    DD: Whisper Echo

    2. He likes names like Jessica, Brittany, Jennifer, Ashley, and Danielle - the names of the pretty girls he went to school with. She likes sturdy, old-fashioned names that a girl can grow into like Ruth, Eleanor, Mabel, Ida, Florence, and Dorothy. Both think the other has awful taste.
    DD: Jennica Ivy

    3. He is a dedicated fan of anime and other cultural exports from Japan and wants to give their daughter a Japanese name to reflect this. She is in opposition to this due to the fact that their daughter will have no Japanese heritage, and instead wants to give their daughter a word name or a nature name. She especially likes the idea of coining a brand new name for their daughter using a word that hasn't been used as a name before, something he thinks is a bad idea.
    DD: Although Kyoko

    4. He wants to give his son an aggressively masculine name that will ensure that he will grow up into a manly man that no one will ever mess with, something like Striker, Axel, Gunner, Cougar, Ryker, Breaker, Rogue, or Colt. She studied English literature as an undergraduate, now works as a librarian, and wants to give their son a literary name, something after a prominent author or character.
    DS: Jett Huxley

    5. He likes monosyllabic names for boys, particularly zippy, old-fashioned nicknames like Kit, Kip, Ned, Hap, or Tip. She is a big fan of Shakespearean names and names that wouldn't be out of place on a royal family tree. She often uses the words "stately" and "eccentric" when trying to describe her naming preferences to him.
    DS: Ace Kingsley

    6. She likes names that are in the top 100. She grew up with a very rare name and was often teased for it, and she has serious reservations about giving her daughter a name that her peers might perceive as anything other than normal and boring. He likes long, uncommon names, even more so if they have a mythological or astronomical link. The names that he has contributed to their discussions are Andromeda, Persephone, Cassiopeia, Tigerlily, Mariposa, Cosima, and Antigone.
    DD: Sophia Constellatia

    7. He wants a name that will sound good as a sports broadcaster announces it over the loudspeaker as their son runs onto the field. She wants a name that wouldn't look out of place in the birth announcements for The Telegraph.
    DS: Colton Dietrich
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    Senna Elizabeth
    Tobias Everett

    twins due in February

  4. #12
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    1. She likes names that might elicit a response of, "I would have never thought of that!" Names that are rare, unfamiliar, striking, and have rarely been worn by anyone else before. He likes names that might elicit a response of, "Why didn't I think of that?" Names that are familiar and appealing, rarely used nowadays but that people will have heard of before.

    They name their daughter: Mabel Ophelia

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    2. He likes names like Jessica, Brittany, Jennifer, Ashley, and Danielle - the names of the pretty girls he went to school with. She likes sturdy, old-fashioned names that a girl can grow into like Ruth, Eleanor, Mabel, Ida, Florence, and Dorothy. Both think the other has awful taste.

    They name their daughter: Beatrice Lucy

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    3. He is a dedicated fan of anime and other cultural exports from Japan and wants to give their daughter a Japanese name to reflect this. She is in opposition to this due to the fact that their daughter will have no Japanese heritage, and instead wants to give their daughter a word name or a nature name. She especially likes the idea of coining a brand new name for their daughter using a word that hasn't been used as a name before, something he thinks is a bad idea.

    They name their daughter: Willow Ren

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    4. He wants to give his son an aggressively masculine name that will ensure that he will grow up into a manly man that no one will ever mess with, something like Striker, Axel, Gunner, Cougar, Ryker, Breaker, Rogue, or Colt. She studied English literature as an undergraduate, now works as a librarian, and wants to give their son a literary name, something after a prominent author or character.

    They name their son: Magnus Oscar

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    5. He likes monosyllabic names for boys, particularly zippy, old-fashioned nicknames like Kit, Kip, Ned, Hap, or Tip. She is a big fan of Shakespearean names and names that wouldn't be out of place on a royal family tree. She often uses the words "stately" and "eccentric" when trying to describe her naming preferences to him.

    They name their son: Philip Edmund 'Pip'

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    6. She likes names that are in the top 100. She grew up with a very rare name and was often teased for it, and she has serious reservations about giving her daughter a name that her peers might perceive as anything other than normal and boring. He likes long, uncommon names, even more so if they have a mythological or astronomical link. The names that he has contributed to their discussions are Andromeda, Persephone, Cassiopeia, Tigerlily, Mariposa, Cosima, and Antigone.

    They name their daughter: Elizabeth Persephone

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    7. He wants a name that will sound good as a sports broadcaster announces it over the loudspeaker as their son runs onto the field. She wants a name that wouldn't look out of place in the birth announcements for The Telegraph.

    They name their son: Alexander Edward

  5. #14
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    1. She likes names that might elicit a response of, "I would have never thought of that!" Names that are rare, unfamiliar, striking, and have rarely been worn by anyone else before. He likes names that might elicit a response of, "Why didn't I think of that?" Names that are familiar and appealing, rarely used nowadays but that people will have heard of before.

    They name their daughter: Harlow Eloise

    2. He likes names like Jessica, Brittany, Jennifer, Ashley, and Danielle - the names of the pretty girls he went to school with. She likes sturdy, old-fashioned names that a girl can grow into like Ruth, Eleanor, Mabel, Ida, Florence, and Dorothy. Both think the other has awful taste.

    They name their daughter: Jocelyn Eva

    3. He is a dedicated fan of anime and other cultural exports from Japan and wants to give their daughter a Japanese name to reflect this. She is in opposition to this due to the fact that their daughter will have no Japanese heritage, and instead wants to give their daughter a word name or a nature name. She especially likes the idea of coining a brand new name for their daughter using a word that hasn't been used as a name before, something he thinks is a bad idea.

    They name their daughter: Fabienne Holiday

    4. He wants to give his son an aggressively masculine name that will ensure that he will grow up into a manly man that no one will ever mess with, something like Striker, Axel, Gunner, Cougar, Ryker, Breaker, Rogue, or Colt. She studied English literature as an undergraduate, now works as a librarian, and wants to give their son a literary name, something after a prominent author or character.

    They name their son: Steel Blake

    5. He likes monosyllabic names for boys, particularly zippy, old-fashioned nicknames like Kit, Kip, Ned, Hap, or Tip. She is a big fan of Shakespearean names and names that wouldn't be out of place on a royal family tree. She often uses the words "stately" and "eccentric" when trying to describe her naming preferences to him.

    They name their son: Kane Alexander

    6. She likes names that are in the top 100. She grew up with a very rare name and was often teased for it, and she has serious reservations about giving her daughter a name that her peers might perceive as anything other than normal and boring. He likes long, uncommon names, even more so if they have a mythological or astronomical link. The names that he has contributed to their discussions are Andromeda, Persephone, Cassiopeia, Tigerlily, Mariposa, Cosima, and Antigone.

    They name their daughter: Sophia Persephone

    7. He wants a name that will sound good as a sports broadcaster announces it over the loudspeaker as their son runs onto the field. She wants a name that wouldn't look out of place in the birth announcements for The Telegraph.

    They name their son: Levi Bryce

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