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April 1st, 2014 10:27 AM #6Senior Member
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- Jun 2010
Elizabeth Francesca Jane (Elsie), Henrietta Beatrice Matilda (Wren), Marguerite Eleanor Rosalind (Mae),
Albertine Viola Blythe and Rosamund Isobel Celia (Posy)
Hugo James Benedict and Arden Sebastian Frederick
April 1st, 2014 10:37 AM #8
April 1st, 2014 10:56 AM #10Ladies: Florence•Amelia•Daisy•Martha•Millie•Scar lett•Sophia•Poppy•Freya•Amelie•Maisie• Olivia•Charlotte•Imogen•Harriet
Evie•Lillian•Isabelle•Ella•Louisa•Eleano r•Violet•Lucy•Annabelle•Phoebe•Elsie•M innie•Matilda•Grace•Evelyn•Pixie
Gentlemen: Albert•Matthew•Henry•Louis•William•Harry •Teddy•James•Charlie•Christopher• Ernest•Andrew•Adam•Thomas•Alfie
Edward•Archie•Daniel•Harrison•George•Sta nley•Joel•Rafferty•Michael•Samuel•Winsto n•Freddie•Darcy
April 1st, 2014 11:02 AM #12
April 1st, 2014 11:40 AM #14
Her baby might not be a preemie week-wise but the baby's estimated weight seems to be as low as a preemie's.
Usually babies born at 37 weeks would almost be as heavy as babies born at 40 weeks.
I agree that the previous suggestion Matilda / Mathilda seems really fitting for your baby girl.
Or maybe Clementine, which means 'mild'/'merciful'; Clara meaning 'bright'/'clear'; Lucy or Helena both meaning 'light'.
Something with a positive, strong meaning.
Last edited by opheliaflora; April 1st, 2014 at 11:45 AM.Ophelia Rosalind Clara | Elliott Caspar Frederick
Flora Eloise Cordelia + Theo Kasimir Edmund + Penelope Juliet Aurora
Aurora + Arthur