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|12-16-2009 11:56 AM|
|the elyse||i LOVE judah!!|
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|12-16-2009 03:51 AM|
|Vaquitita||we have a jacob benjamin and a lauren jane. this is what i've come up with so far: boy- isaac, joel, joshua (josh), micah, jack. girl- kayla, emma, hannah, sophia/sophie, kiera (sp?), aimee.|
|12-16-2009 02:38 AM|
|melis79||We had this LO's name picked out during my last pregnancy which wasnt too long ago. For a girl it will be Emmelia Elizabeth Kay or a boy will be Harrison Brett.|
|12-16-2009 12:11 AM|
|12-15-2009 10:35 PM|
|limette||I want Sophie (Howl's Moving Castle) for a girl and am still holding on to Hayden if it's a boy. Hayden has been on our name list for 10 years. I also love Evelyn, Charlotte, Clementine and Jack. Both our girls have traditional names and I'd like to continue the theme. We go less traditional for middle names.|
|12-15-2009 06:48 PM|
Our dd2 is Juliet Isla! More than any of our other middle names (Annabel Rose, Natalie Johannah, Margaret Elisabeth) I wish I'd saved Isla for a first name. But I still love it with Juliet.
|12-15-2009 06:09 PM|
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|12-14-2009 05:45 PM|
I really like androgenous names... we already have a boy named Kieran. It's a very masculine Irish name that means "Little Dark One", but i grew up with an East Indian girl named Kiran and the Indian version means "Child of Light". I thought the name had great balance to it both in masculine/feminine and light/dark.
This time around I'm not sure... I can't ask my husband yet as he doesn't like talking about names this early. I really like Cael Malachi for a boy and Kathryn Victoria for a girl. I'm sure our list will grow though. My intuition tells me we have another boy on the way.
|12-14-2009 04:27 PM|
For a girl, I like
For a boy... I have NO CLUE! LOL There are tons of boys in DH's family, and I really don't want to repeat any of them
Anthony Guido is a possibility... Guido would be after DH's best friend that passed away almost 6 years ago. Anthony is the only first name I can think of to go w/ it.
Andrew Michael I like, but Michael is DH's brothers first name and we didn't use it for a middle name for DS because of that...
|12-14-2009 02:43 PM|
So far we have an Eleanor Jean and an Alexander James.
This time for a girl, all we know is that the middle name is most likely going to be Irene. DH's top girl name is Katherine, mine is Josephine... but I worry that Josephine Irene just sounds too sing-songy.
For a boy, DH is really set on Thomas, but I'm not a huge fan. I like the name well enough, but I just don't feel like it's MY son's name, if that makes any sense. My favorite is Edward, but I almost don't want to use it because of Twilight. At this point, we may have agreed that Edward Thomas is acceptable... but we'll see how we feel in 8 or so months.
|12-14-2009 11:48 AM|
|12-14-2009 09:13 AM|
Nicole, I have never heard the name Afton before. How beautiful!!! Rose is perfect with it.
Dara, the only S names I have on my very exhausting list is Scarlet, Stella, and Shea. I don't have any J names except maybe Joseph
|12-13-2009 11:47 PM|
Declan Mitchell (Declan because I love the name and Mitchell for his Pa)
Afton Rose (Afton because HE loves the name and Rose for my mom)
|12-13-2009 10:56 PM|
my husband won't discuss till way later, but I really want to use the names Lily Sarah / Jared Samuel. I think he'll go for the middle names but not the first names!
In thinking of naming after people, the S name is after my grandmother, so any suggestions are welcome, and the J name is after my uncle and I don't have a girl J name or really any other boy names picked out, so I'd love suggestions for those too! I like discussing names!
|12-12-2009 08:48 PM|
george is really cute! i don't think i could talk dh into it. still waiting for the perfect name(s)!
okay so i did a little looking and this is what i like:
girl: adelaide olive (was ds's girl name that i'm still in love with )
boy: (no middles yet)
|12-12-2009 01:28 PM|
|kimkim||My BF was going to do Charlotte for a girl and she was so certain she was having a girl that she told her DH that he could pick the name for the boy. Guess what? They are having a George Bailey. I love it, though, it's cute and I think once the shock of not having a girl, she's warmed up to the name. I know my girl name but my boy name is up in the air, but if I've learned anything, I'm going to have a say in it!|
|12-06-2009 12:35 AM|
|12-06-2009 12:14 AM|
Thanks to all who gave feedback about Jameson. DP and I both really liked it, but the Sophie prophecies made us decide we should stick with our first choice instead of considering others. (The third part of the prophecy is that the same day of the other two, a facebook friend posted a pic of her son holding Sophie the giraffe).
.... so, if a little Sophie is burrowing in in a couple of days, that's JUST FINE with us. LOL! Now, if she has a twin....
K, getting WAY WAY WAY ahead of myself. Heehee.
jazzybaby9 - I think Zylo is WAY cute (and hip!)
LZP - OMG, I hope so, too! I SOOOOO wanna be in this DDC not only because I WANT TO BE IN A DDC, but because it'd be fun to be in one w/ you. Um, and maybe future playdates? Lol.
jennsation - I love Elaine (but then again, I love "old-fashioned" names.
|12-06-2009 12:07 AM|
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|12-05-2009 03:14 PM|
|jazzybaby9||Haven't thought of any girl names. I like Zylo, Cyro...I like Z, X, and Y...help?!|
|12-05-2009 03:18 AM|
We have 2 boys and when I was pregnant with DS2, we had such a hard time coming up with a name... we put all our eggs in one basket with DS1. So when we found out we were pregnant again last week, I told my husband if we were having another boy, we're naming him Ponyboy because I just can't go through trying to find another boy name! (~.^)
I'm digging on Isla for a girl....
|12-04-2009 07:44 PM|
When pregnant with my second son before me knew he was a boy, we had picked out Katherine Linda (Linda after his mom who passed away...Katherine because we like Kate and Katie and it is hard to find a first name that goes with Linda as a middle name.) So that is what it will be if this baby survives and is a girl.
Boys are harder. I love Aidan, but it is so grossly popular right now. I like Michael for a middle name.
|12-04-2009 04:51 PM|
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|12-04-2009 02:51 PM|
when I checked my inbox this morning, there was an offer from Mothering for a free "Sophie the Giraffe" if you ordered a subscription to Mothering using the promo code provided. Also, I was napping on the bus ride in and and when I opened them to see where we were, we were passing by a cafe or salon or something called "Sophie's"
I can't ignore such premonitions. And hopefully they're also premonitions that little Sophie's sperm half and egg half are about to meet.
|12-04-2009 01:07 AM|
The boy name we've love and agree on is Cassius. There are others we both like but the only one we both love is that one.
For a girl, we don't agree on a first name but middle name would for sure be Elaine (after my grandmother). I like "Irie" (pronounced eye-ree), Carly (Carlie?), Addison...and others.
We currently have "Will", "Luc" (pronounced like Luke), "Mikey" and "McKenzie"...
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