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We are having another girl! We would like a one syllable name with the same feel of Sage. Any suggestions?
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 0   created: 2014-09-10 19:24:21
I’m not doing this on purpose but the only names I seem to like for boys are ones that people are using for girls now. Will this be a big deal for him? It seems like there are a lot more unisex names in use now than when I was in school. Does anyone have a boy with a unisex name and could tell me his experiences? Or should I settle for name I like less that’s not unisex?
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 26   created: 2014-09-11 10:17:11
We narrowed it down to 5 possibilities! Please choose your favorite combination and your least favorite, and explain why! No suggestions please, narrowing it down was hard enough :) ~the Golds
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 0   created: 2014-09-12 07:55:49
Votes and comments appreciated! I would love to know which middle name you prefer. - Molly
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 15   created: 2014-09-12 10:03:00
We are looking for boy and girl names that will go well with the twins siblings. We have Benjamin Alistair "Ben" 6, Bailey Lee 4 and Jameson "Jamie" Edward 2. We have had Benjamin, Bailey and Jameson’s name all planned before they were here and now we are lost for names for the twins. We like Irish/Scottish names, also hebrew and older style names. I am not to picky but I will show husband the names you all have suggested to us when he gets off work. Thanks Stacy and John D.
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 1   created: 2014-09-12 14:22:57
Thanks for your opinions yesterday. We got to our favorite names for boys- Jude, Ezra, Theo & Atticus- and I got to the conclusion that Juniper is probably my favorite for a girl but we are still considering Shiloh. Wdyt? Which name do you prefer for each gender (and why)? Thanks!!
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 0   created: 2014-09-12 17:36:04
My husband and I are expecting a little girl. I want to include the name Rose somewhere in her name because roses have always been my favorite kind of flower, and my husband buys them for me all the time, so I think that would be a good way to connect both of us to her without naming her after us. We have a few combinations in the first comment, please tell us your favorite, thanks! -Elizabeth and Thomas
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 0   created: 2014-09-13 13:23:18
Is Victoria still a common name? We adore it so much, but we don’t want her to dislike it if it’s still a common name. Also, which middle name do you like best: Victoria Blair, Victoria Dawn, Victoria Noelle, Victoria Paige, or Victoria Renee?
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 0   created: 2014-09-14 19:10:07
I think we’ve finally settled on Tessa and Caroline for our g/g twins. Can you help us with middle names for them? thank you so much!
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 0   created: 2014-09-15 12:34:50
My husband and I are expecting twins boy this November. We are looking for Irish last names that go with our last name McCallister. Callum is our first choice but we need a middle name for him and another name for our other son. We are really stressed out being that we are duer Nov. 13. Any suggestions are welcome
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 0   created: 2014-09-16 12:57:06
Love some more opinions! ( Try to be nice :)
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 30   created: 2014-09-16 13:17:11
My husband and I need help coming up with unique girl names. Please Help!
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 0   created: 2014-09-16 14:37:39

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