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post #61 of 65
My cousins have a baby names Matthias but it's Norwegien and they pronounce it Muh-tice and his nickname is Tice (rhymes with mice). I'm sure the pronunciation depends on where you're getting the name from.

Our babies never have names until a week or two after they're born. Our girls middle name will be Tess and boy's will be Thomas.

Eleanor
Eliza
Lucinda
Matilda
Iliana
Fiona
Gillian
Moira
Elisabeth (we would call her Isa or Ella)
Eloise (again - nicknames Isa or Ella)


Harrison
Emerson
Kieran
Jonah
Phineas
post #62 of 65
We've had a boys name picked out since the last pregnancy, and it was easy to pick a girl's name since my grandmother passed early in my pg.

Dane Canaan for a boy
Elyssa Joy (for Elsie, my great-grandma) and Joyce, my grandmother) for a girl.
post #63 of 65
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Sara, your girl's name list looks really familiar...we have a Fiona, and all the others (but 2) have been on my list at various points! I hope someone has an Eloise- I love it but my husband won't go for it. Gillian is hard as I never know if it's pronounced with a "g" or a "j" sound- I have seen both. and Moira is always a hard name for me to say for some reason.
post #64 of 65
I think our top girl name choice is Kiara Elizabeth Anne although it could change. Names are so hard for me to choose. I could never think of names for my dolls or pets either . We have absolutely no idea what to name a boy, we can't agree on a name we both like. Thank goodness we have some time still.
post #65 of 65
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Originally Posted by tls View Post
. I could never think of names for my dolls or pets either .
This sounds familiar!!! I went through so many names with my first cat she ended being called "Kitty" because I couldn't pick one!
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