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  1. #1
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    Nov 2011

    Maple and her brother

    I posted this a few months ago in the girls forum, but since I really need help with boy names thought I would post here too. Just found out I am pregnant on Friday. My daughter is named Maple. That's as unusual as I can go, lol. But I like nature names and I like "regular" names that have some spunk. My candidates so far are:

    Henry (after husband, he goes by Hal)
    Rex (maybe too golden retriever?)
    Harrison (grandmother's maiden name)
    Maxwell (I grew up in between Mapleton and Maxwell st, I like Max, but maybe Jessica Simpson has feminized it too much?)
    Denver - Colorado native, kind of unique, but familiar without being made up or hard to say/spell (my favorite kind of name!)
    Harbor - family name is Harbour, but that's probably too girly. Also go to Harbor Springs every summer so it has some meaning

    Any opinions or new suggestions? I have a lot of girl names I like so not so concerned with those.
    Maple Violet and Penelope Wren

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    I really like Denver or Harbor with Maple. The rest feel too dressed up next to Maple, IMO (excluding Rex, but my childhood dog was Rex so I just can't see it on a child)

    Congratulations on your new addition! I love that all your name choices have personal meaning. Good luck!
    Mommy to Archer Thomas (4)

    TTC since May 2012!!

    Married to my best friend since March, 2008 <3

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    Jan 2010
    Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns. ~George Eliot

  4. #7
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    Nov 2011
    Quote Originally Posted by alexa400 View Post

    Thank you! I have always liked Graham. Will add that to the list!
    Maple Violet and Penelope Wren

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    flybella Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by flashy09 View Post
    Thank you! I have always liked Graham. Will add that to the list!

    I love Maple and Graham! But separately. When I read this, the literal first thought in my mind was "maple graham crackers", but maybe that's just me :/

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