Elijah Crenshaw (crenshaw after my grandfather)
We haven't talked about too many other names, but we probably should since May is really sneaking up on us!
Our son's name is Camden Markwood, so we would like to find something that fits in the Gaelic/Celtic theme.
Anyone have any other ideas?
Take Care, Pam
ETA - it's so incredible that we're decided so far ahead of time! With dd, she was nameless for a week before we both compromised!
Boy will most likely be Jaden Dominick, but I really like the name Seamus (shay-mus) too, it's a strong Irish name, DH isn't completely convinced on that one yet...
Clayton Hamish-Muir (Last Names)
Annika Karen-Lora (Last Names)
or Lora-Karen, not sure (wanted Karen-Agnes but we really need to use the name Lora for dh's grandma, so these are the options now)
Megan Davidson, Labor & Postpartum Doula, Breastfeeding Counselor, Anthropologist, Mom to August (9) and Clay (4), Partner to Shawn.
If, per chance, the u/s was completely off, we had pretty much settled on Violet Dolores for a girl.
I've wanted 'Sebastian' for about 10 years now! So I thought I would have to beg DH to let us name our son that name, but he willingly agreed to it when I brought it up. I told him he could pick the middle name, and he picked Dee, which is his father's and his middle name.
So, his name is Sebastian Dee Stock (I have a different last name. I am still debated on changing it or not...)
The Hippie & the Marine
My boys: S (4) & O (2) & Expecting #3 in Dec. 2011
If it's a girl it will be Mary Adelle or Mary catherine or Mary Josette, or Mary Bernadette.
With this one I get to pick the first name and he picks the second.
Married to DH 7 years and have three fantastic kiddos! DS 6, DD 4, and DS 2 ...... lo and behold another is on the way!
Willow Annabella Whitley R***