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I’m really loving the name Elowen for a girl, my partner doesn’t love it but is considering it. I want to know what you think about the name? Any negative connotations? And which nickname do you prefer; Ellie, Lo or Wennie?
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 0   created: 2014-12-19 00:22:29
The names will be in the comments, these are our favorites at the moment. He or she will be due in february! She/He is our first, so we want the name to be perfect! Middle name suggestions are welcome.
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 0   created: 2014-12-19 01:42:18
Due last Monday! Pretty set on Griffin as the fn and really like Grey as a mn, just not 100% sure they are great together. Help!
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 3   created: 2014-12-19 10:17:21
I have two children, Tabitha and Thomas, and would like another pretty, traditional T name for my new daughter. Thanks
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 0   created: 2014-12-19 14:29:02
I hope the poll works without names in the slots. What do you think of the name Arlet for a baby girl? Please vote if you think it’s cute, eh, or not cute. It’s pronounce are-let, not like are-lit. The ending is similar to the ending of the name Juliet. I hope that makes sense! But I want an uncommon, not super girly name, that is also good in Spanish and I think Arlet is it. My baby’s father really doesn’t like it, so I want to see what others think. -Lupe
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 10   created: 2014-12-19 17:52:02
I will put a short list of names in the first comment please can you rate/give your opinion of each name please.. And also feel free to offer suggestion similar to the ones I have (if you think of any). Thank you
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 0   created: 2014-12-19 19:26:25
Hi all, we’re putting a list of boys names and a list of girls names we like so far.. Keeping gender a surprise! Please give your opinions on the names, rate them, give your favorite/least favorite, or whatever you want :) thanks! xx
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 1   created: 2014-12-19 21:04:55
We have a short list of a few of our favorite names that we’re having trouble choosing from because they’re so different! I’ll post them in the first comment, so please rate them and/or say what you think about them! Thanks :)
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 0   created: 2014-12-20 02:02:38
I love the irish girl name Saoirse (pronounced seer-sha), but the only problem is that where I live that spelling is not even an option. So, I would either need to choose a different spelling (Searsha, Siersha, etc.) or skip it all together. I love the sound of the name, so although I’m not a fan of changing the traditional spellings, as long as the name still sounds just as beautiful then I’m ok with that. What do you think??
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 3   created: 2014-12-20 02:47:25
Which name? Please don’t hate on the names.They have sentimental value.
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 21   created: 2014-12-20 09:37:31
hi everyone! Baby number 2 on the way and we have decided we love the name Jamie- however is there any name we could name her that would make her nn Jamie? we want her to have a longer name.. joining sister: Alexis nn Lexie ! thanks !
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 0   created: 2014-12-20 12:44:47
I really think I like the name Arbor for a girl but my husband is not convinced. He likes Brooklyn but I want something a little unique! His middle name is Reed, so that is where the Reid comes from. Thanks!
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 6   created: 2014-12-20 15:58:23

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