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I have three girls, and I’m having a forth!!!! Our little miss (... the 4th) will be joining Ava Kate, Emma Maeve, and Aria Lane. We want her to have a short and sweet name, ending with an A, like her sisters! Thanks- Kate and Elliot
vote | results   comments: 14   votes: 0   created: 2015-08-02 19:45:18
Hi all, my husband and I have two year old twin girls, Nora Grace and Ruby Jane. The girls will be joined by a brother in November! We cannot find a name for him though. We are very picky when it comes to names and have gone through so many names, but haven’t seen any that we are in love with. We would much appreciate any and all suggestions. A couple of restrictions we are holding his name too is that it can’t start with an R or N, not too common and something not too old. Thank you. Camille, Graham, Nora and Ruby
vote | results   comments: 14   votes: 0   created: 2015-08-02 13:34:36
We have a rather long list of names that we need to cut down for our daughter due in September. A lot of these are family names so even if they are ugly to you, please respect them. Please feel free to mix and match them and say which ones you like best. Btw we’re not very into modern ’everyday’ names, we like the ones that are considered older or ’out of date’ Thanks :) -Arleta, Seamus, Colleen Kelly (5) and Roy Monty (2)
vote | results   comments: 14   votes: 1   created: 2015-07-31 21:33:15
My husband and I are expecting our fourth child to join Harry, Charlotte and Leo. We are sorted for a boys name but there are too many girls names that we love. We will post our list in the comments. Please choose your favourite and least favourite names from the list. Thanks!
vote | results   comments: 14   votes: 0   created: 2015-07-30 14:37:57
I’m looking for some unindex name ideas for my little girl. All ideas are welcome, even ones that people may consider too ’masculine’ for a girl. What names have you heard on both sexes before?
vote | results   comments: 14   votes: 1   created: 2015-07-27 16:51:54
Not wanting to know the gender of the baby until birth. Looking for a unisex name that will work no matter the gender. Don’t want comments saying "---name--- if a girl and ---name--- if a boy" Just one name. Or another unisex suggestion
vote | results   comments: 14   votes: 5   created: 2015-07-27 10:29:11
Please give me suggestions of names that say to you smart, hard-working, professional, responsible, trustworthy girl. Thanks!
vote | results   comments: 14   votes: 0   created: 2015-07-26 22:45:55
Please look at our list and tell us which one of the names to eliminate. Our daughter will have a double first name, as is tradition in our family. This is our first baby, so we want the name to be perfect! Thanks!
vote | results   comments: 14   votes: 0   created: 2015-07-25 23:01:23
Like any of these ’A’ names for a girl?? We haven’t decided on a middle name yet but it will definitely be a family name. Thanks! Adalyn, Addison, Adelyn, Alaina, Alison, Allison, Alice, Alyssa, Amelia, Ava.
vote | results   comments: 14   votes: 0   created: 2015-07-25 17:16:53
Hi all! I’ve always been super picky about the flow of names and I’ve never really been a fan of alliteration. However we love the name Calla for our daughter but our last name is Crosby. What are your thoughts on the flow of Calla Crosby? Not sure if it makes a difference but her middle name will most likely be Jean. Thank you!
vote | results   comments: 14   votes: 0   created: 2015-07-25 15:53:40
I didn’t get much response on my first poll, so I am asking again which name you prefer. Harriet isn’t an option for hattie and mabel would probably be shortened to Mae. We love old, vintage names mabel means beautiful, loving, lovable and hattie is just so cool in my opinion! Thoughts? And middle name suggestions
vote | results   comments: 14   votes: 23   created: 2015-07-25 15:11:25
We have two beautiful girls names Shay Elizabeth and Skylar Kerry. Now that baby girl #3 is on the way, we have been thinking about keeping with the S for first initial. For years I have adored the name Charlotte but I always felt it was too popular. I came across the spelling Sharlit, which obviously starts with an S, and was immediately very fond of the name. So, I am curious what others would think about it?
vote | results   comments: 14   votes: 0   created: 2015-07-24 11:41:46

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