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Thread: Do you see Alistair as .....
April 20th, 2014 10:44 AM #1Junior Member
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Do you see Alistair as .....
Do you see Alistair as a heavy name for a child?
It is our #1 boys name atm, but we think we might have the same problem with Alistair as we had with our older son, that it's too heavy for him and difficult to say when he's young.
I might just be overreacting since Llewellyn is much more complicated for a toddler that Alistair, but I still worry about it.
What do you think?
Keep Alistair or pick a lighter name like Jacob (our #2)?Ellen
Llewellyn James (6) and Imogen Leigh (3)
Alistair / Rosalind / Gideon / Isobel / Julius / Madeleine / Phineas / Catrina / Malcolm / Fiona
bhjvugcfyyyyyyyyyyvLittle bundle will join Llewyn and Im in the midst of July
April 20th, 2014 10:52 AM #3Senior Member
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