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post #41 of 47
i know isn't it a gorgeous name? *sigh*
post #42 of 47
Our current chilren are Lily Dianne and Scarlett Jane (middle names have special meaning)

For this baby,
for girls:

Fiona Margaret
Camille Margaret
Clara or Ruby

For Boys:

James Patrick (Jr.)
if twins..... then
Cotter and Henry?
post #43 of 47

Picked names

We picked out Vida for a girl, it is life in spanish. My name starts with a V, as does my middle and my sister's first name. If it's a boy, he will be Julian with Joseph as a middle name. As a former school teacher, Julian was always a great kid. Joseph is for my father's little brother who died as an infant.
post #44 of 47
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I heard a name today that I fell in love with but dh thinks is stupid: Selah (say-luh) Grace... for a girl.
That is a beautiful name! I love Selah, and paired with Grace...its so sweet! Good luck convincing DH

Our girl name is Cadence Rose. I just love Cadence, and I think Cade is a cool nickname for a girl. I love androgynous names, but DH doesn't - so this is how I'll sneak it in Also, this is silly, but DH is a drummer, so Cadence seems fitting. Rose is my sister's middle name.

Boys names we are still negotiating. I love Grayson (like so many other mamas here!), but DH thinks it could sound like a girl name, which is why I like it (the whole androgynous thing...). I also like Clarke, and so does DH, but we have a new close friend whose name is Clarke. He is an awesome guy, but are trying to decide if it would be too weird to kind of name our babe "after" him, as we haven't known him that long.
post #45 of 47
DH shot down every single one of my girl names--Mariah, Scarlet, Lila, Leah, Victoria, Veronica. I am completely stumpted at this point.

For a few hours, we had actually agreed on Evan for a boy....until I realized that our children would be named Evan and Evelyn. Oh, how horribly tacky would that have been?!
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For a few hours, we had actually agreed on Evan for a boy....until I realized that our children would be named Evan and Evelyn. Oh, how horribly tacky would that have been?!
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Boys names we are still negotiating. I love Grayson (like so many other mamas here!), but DH thinks it could sound like a girl name, which is why I like it (the whole androgynous thing...).
There are far more boys than girls with the name Grayson, though there are a few of us . Growing up, I was often mistaken on paper for a boy (even got assigned to the boys' dormitory at science camp three years in a row).

I have personally known one other female Grayson (amazingly enough, she lived down the street from me for a few years).

[wanders OT . . . ] Several years back there was an Israeli Grayson (Grayson Levy) who had a web page of Graysons around the world. I was one of only two female Graysons on the page, but what stunned me even more was that there are at least TWO other Graysons in the world who also have my last name.
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