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I posted a poll yesterday for Shae’s little sister, using the names Stella, Shawna and Juliessa. Stella is still high on our list, but we need help! We would LOVE to name her something with the nn Jules, because this is our favorite girls name. The problem is that we aren’t fans of Julia, Julie, Julianna, Juliette, etc. Are there any other names with then nn Jules, because we didn’t get many good responses for Juliessa? We considered naming her just Jules, but aren’t sure how that will affect her as an adult. help please!!Thanks so much, and sorry for the length!
vote | results   comments: 6   votes: 3   created: 2009-03-02 12:37:39
I have an unusual problem. My baby has two middle names and no first name! We want to honor two grandfathers with the names Samuel and Raymond but don’t really love either as a first name. I think I should use both and keep the first name simple, but then again, our last name is only one syllable so I don’t want the first and last to sound to choppy together. Any suggestions would be most welcome!
vote | results   comments: 4   votes: 3   created: 2009-03-02 12:37:30
We did a poll earlier and these two came out almost even. Which one is the best? Our children all have C middle names. Edward Charles nn Charlie, hes a 4th (7), Olivia Catherine (5) and William Carson (3). Caroline is my middle name and we just think Charlotte is really pretty. Thanks! Tripp, Cate, Charlie, Olivia and Will
vote | results   comments: 2   votes: 11   created: 2009-03-02 12:34:48
We want a beautiful, feminine/girly name for our daughter! These are just some we have tossed around; but we will take ANY suggestions! Middle names also please! Thanks so much!
vote | results   comments: 5   votes: 7   created: 2009-03-02 12:30:59
Which is your favorite?
vote | results   comments: 2   votes: 18   created: 2009-03-02 12:29:39
We have two older daughters, Josephine and Penelope. We call them Josie and Penny most of the time. We wanted them to have professional sounding names with nicknames that we loved. We were thinking of Gabrielle for our third daughter. We love the nickname Gabby, which is what we’d call her a lot of the time. Do you think this has the same qualities as her sisters’ names? Thanks
vote | results   comments: 7   votes: 1   created: 2009-03-02 12:27:16
Does Tiffani Alexis flow well?
vote | results   comments: 0   votes: 14   created: 2009-03-02 12:08:37
Which mn flows the best? *Laura Nicole *Laura Ashlee btw ln is VanDeVen
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 0   created: 2009-03-02 12:05:15
Hello my wife is going in for her c sec tomorrow morning! We have decided that we are using Kendra her her fn and Briley/Brylie for her mn .And our lastname is-Morrison, so what i am asking you if you were us what way would you spell Briley/Brylie??? And also which spelling looks the best as a full name? Thanks guys !!Mark
vote | results   comments: 3   votes: 12   created: 2009-03-02 12:02:30
So, I’ve narrowed down my list after my previous poll and am now asking you again to choose your favorite 2 and your least favorite 2 baby girl names from my list. Thanks! I’ll post in 1st comment.
vote | results   comments: 14   votes: 2   created: 2009-03-02 12:00:59
Hi, I am a 15 year old girl who is expecting a boy any day now! I’m giving him up for adoption but the adoptive parents wan me to choose the name. Please help any suggestions? I want his name to be strong and masculine.
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 0   created: 2009-03-02 11:42:53
Katherine Virginia
vote | results   comments: 0   votes: 12   created: 2009-03-02 11:30:16

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