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  1. #1
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    Pick of the Day

    This is the only daily thing we don't have a topic for, and I think we should. What is your opinion on the pick of the day?
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    Re: Pick of the Day

    Rose- I really like Rose, wish it wasn't so popular, as it was my grandmother's middle name and I'd like to use it. I think it's really sweet as a first name, but I like it in the middle, too.
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    Flynn William Warfield


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    Re: Pick of the Day

    I like Rose and would much rather see Rose as a first name than as a middle, yet again. Sweet and ladylike with a bit of sass when nicknamed Rosie.
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    Re: Pick of the Day

    see, I don't like the nickname Rosie... probably because I've known a lot of them.
    Proud mama to two sweet boys:

    Dashiell David Rowe
    and
    Flynn William Warfield


    "Real babies are more difficult than ideas of babies... Or even pictures of babies."
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    Re: Pick of the Day

    Rose

    I cringe when I see it as a middle name these days. Too bad such a beautiful name has become such a filler. I wonder why it hasn't caught on as much as a first name. I appreciate it so much more in the first name position. I prefer Rosa, personally. Can't get over the O'Donnell associations with Rosie.

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