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We are expecting! Our older children are named: Rhett, Ronan, Calla, Penn, Vera, Vance and Blaire. In the comments are our short lists for a name for baby number 8. We’d appreciate your feedback on these names and welcome other suggestions as well.
Thanks in advance!
Clementine is my absolute favorite name, but I’m not sure if others will love it just as much as I do. The middle name Geneva is the first name of a family member. I’m open to other middle name suggestions for any first name listed though. I also love Ophelia Rose since it’s so sweet and soft sounding, but I’d like something less common than Rose. I’m also curious if there is a name besides Beatrice that’d have the nickname "Bee/Bea". Other names I like: Waverly, Sloan, Elowen, Ruby, Wren, and Flora. Thank you!! -Bell
Alexander (15) julia (13) Lydia &Courtney (11) Nick (8) Emily (4)
What do you think of the name Saylor for a girl? I remember hearing it years ago and not liking it at all. Now, I’m starting to love it. I’ve gotten mixed responses. What do y’all think? Thanks!
Help us name our BB twins we are set on Grey and the middle names will be Paddy and Bobby as theyre family names we just don’t know who will have which. Any suggestions will be helpful. They will be joining sisters Myla Francesca (7) and Cerys Marie (4). Thank you :)
Need middle names for twin boys!! Thanks
Okay so we are adopting a 8 month old from China and like the name Hope is it cheesey? -Jon and John
Twin sister will be Leia Amelia. We are using the initials of two very special women that my husband and I are closest to and they just happen to both have L first names. My grandmother, Lucille "Lucy" Catherine, and my mother-in-law, Leslie Allison. So please don’t be rude about the same first initial thing. We are not willing to switch either initial set around as it just wouldn’t be the same. We will also not be changing the spelling of Loren, we prefer this one. Thanks, Sierra
Sutton Oliver Quinn(4) Huxley Jackson(2)
I’ve always said them both as Add-uh. Someone told me that Adah with an H is actually Ay-duh. I like both pronunciations, but I strongly prefer Add-uh, but I like both spellings but prefer the H. So are Ada and Adah pronounced the same or different? How can I best get Add-uh?
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