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  1. #16
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    Jun 2012
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    My children's father and I are not married but they have his last name. I love love love Landon...but his last name begins with lam and ends in -an...WAY matchy.

    I am not a fan of alliteration, so in addition to Landon , I also lost...Luke, Larissa, Leilani, Lorelai, Lyndsay and pretty much any other L name I might have liked. Our oldest has the nn Lane/y but on paper and during introductions she always uses her full name.
    ~*~Ames~*~

    Proud mommy of three beautiful girls:
    Delaney Brooke (6-27-05)
    Ryley Kate (4-16-07)
    Quinn Michaela (6-1-13)

  2. #18
    Pease...
    Such a troublesome surname.
    I sometimes wish my husband had taken my surname (Wolf) instead. LOL
    Rachel Whitney 1984
    (Name Nerd since abt. 1994)

    Malcolm Alexander 2012

    Current Favorite Names For a Future Child:

    Ansel, Desmond, Caspar, Hubert, Carlyle, Gustav, Lysander, Ronan, Leopold, Armand

    Solenne, Astrid, Elysande, Celeste, Adele, Estelle, Delphine, Svanhild, Cordelia, Tesla

  3. #20
    Join Date
    Apr 2014
    Posts
    104
    I really wished I could've used Parker
    jnsjdbljbjbjMichelle:

    ~ Mommy of Anna Sofia
    ~ Expecting Darling Girl #2 in August


    Name chosen: Eva Celeste

    Foster Daniel // Ellery Charles // Avery Lennox // Callum Jasper // Ivor Henry // Gideon Kai // Dante Samuel[/SIZE]

  4. #22
    Join Date
    Mar 2014
    Location
    Somewhere in North-Europe
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    I would never be able to name an offspring anything that ends with 'sen', 'son', 'sønn' and so on. Because my last surname ends with 'sen' (meaning son, of the name the surnames first part represent), would it be a little over the top to get forced to carry two version of 'son's. Any name that stated with Ø would also have to go, because I'm sure the little creature wouldn't want to have to carry two Ø's. Maybe H-names have to dissapear from the list too. Well, it's not like I'm planning on getting a child.

  5. #24
    Join Date
    Nov 2012
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    676
    Names ending in S are out if the kids were to have boyfriend's last name which starts with the same letter. I'm not totally decided on marriage, so there is a chance they'd be able to have my last name.... But then if they had my last name the name Malcolm nn Mac would be out (my last name is a mac-, and the reason I'd pick Mac as a nickname)

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