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We have four older children named Noah Grayson (10), Emma Caroline (7), Kathryn Everly (7), Chloe Isabella (5), and Parker James (3). We are expecting our sixth and final child, a little boy, whom we’ve decided to name Connor. We’re just having some trouble deciding on a middle name for him. Which do you like best? Thank you!
vote | results   comments: 3   votes: 10   created: 2014-10-31 15:44:58
We have a son named Jackson Lane, and he’s getting a baby sister. We’re really considering Julianne, but we want some outside opinions on it. What do you think of it? Other suggestions are welcome if you really don’t like Julianne
vote | results   comments: 6   votes: 0   created: 2014-10-31 15:42:12
We are down to our final three favourites, but are now stuck! Which do you prefer and why? Our last name starts with S (if that sways anything!) Thank you!
vote | results   comments: 2   votes: 13   created: 2014-10-31 15:34:37
Hi lovely mums :) I’d like a bit of help with naming our sweet girl. I’ve posted once before. We are the mum and dad to three little ones- Micah is five, Grace is three, and Annie just turned two. We’re expecting another little girl and I love Rosemary Kay (Mary is a family name, as is Kay). I also love the name Rory, but I don’t think it matches the classiness of the other three. I was thinking the other day, and the first two letters of Rosemary are RO and the last two are RY. Together=Rory. Could we make this work? What are your opinions? Thanks a bunch!
vote | results   comments: 6   votes: 0   created: 2014-10-31 15:25:30
Which one?
vote | results   comments: 0   votes: 8   created: 2014-10-31 15:16:56
Middle names are family names and I’ll be keeping them. Also let me know nn suggestions or your favorite out of Maggie or Nola. Thanks!
vote | results   comments: 3   votes: 9   created: 2014-10-31 15:05:23
It was Henry Noah for a while and now we are switching over to Noah Henry. What do you think??
vote | results   comments: 1   votes: 10   created: 2014-10-31 14:51:33
Dawson is just a name that we like. Wilson is my grandmas maiden name and we would probably call him Will. And Tucker is a name we really like but are very worried about what it rhymes with and how hard that could be on our son when he goes through junior high and high school. What are your thoughts and any other name suggestions are welcome. He will be joining siblings Levi and Savannah. Thanks so much!!
vote | results   comments: 3   votes: 7   created: 2014-10-31 14:50:10
Trying to decide which name for a little girl! Which do you like the best?
vote | results   comments: 6   votes: 10   created: 2014-10-31 14:46:46
These are the boys names that I am loving right now. I change my mind every day. Any thoughts??
vote | results   comments: 2   votes: 10   created: 2014-10-31 14:44:49
I personally pronounce it Mad a lyn like the name Catherine is not pronounced Cathereen, but Catheryn. That is the way I have always heard it pronounced but I have lately had people say that Madeline spelled this way should be pronounced Mad a line not Mad a lyn. Help!
vote | results   comments: 10   votes: 2   created: 2014-10-31 14:39:49
My husband and I really like Griffin for our first son, but quite a few people have voiced concern that it seems like a dog/cat name. We don’t think it does, but if it is the general consensus among most people that Griffin is better suited for dogs/cats than human children, we don’t want to use it. So, does Griffin strike you as a pets’ name? Or should we go ahead and use it?
vote | results   comments: 4   votes: 8   created: 2014-10-31 14:26:33

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