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Hey, our second baby - a boy - is due December. We really like the name Maceo. His sister is Willow (5), do you think Willow and Maceo would fit? Do you like Maceo? Thank you.
vote | results   comments: 5   votes: 3   created: 2013-11-05 08:22:10
Do these names sound ok for brothers?
vote | results   comments: 4   votes: 3   created: 2013-11-05 10:18:35
Naming our son Heathcliff after the two of us, but need help on a middle name :-) thank you, Heather, Clinton (& Genevieve Wren 2)
vote | results   comments: 0   votes: 3   created: 2013-11-05 17:16:17
Hey, we are expecting our second son in December. We like more classic and traditional names, so for our second son we would like the name James. Our elder son is David (1). What do you think of James? Do you think David and James would fit? Thank you!
vote | results   comments: 3   votes: 3   created: 2013-11-06 09:03:24
I love this name and the nickname Lily but I don’t want to use Delilah, Lila, Lillian, Lilac, etc. Please give me your honest opinions of Lilith. Thanks, Alyssa
vote | results   comments: 9   votes: 3   created: 2013-11-06 09:51:11
OK i need help Ashlington was my mother in-law’s maiden name and now my hubby wants to name our daughter Ashlington i have tried to get him on bored with Ashley or Ashlyn but he is set on Ashlington and to be fair i did name our now 6 y/o son BTW his name is Aaron James Ross and the more i hear Ashlington the more i think I can live with it but can SHE so what do you think do you think she will be ridiculed for her name or do you think that in this day in age she will be OK and blind right in please help me out.
vote | results   comments: 3   votes: 3   created: 2013-11-06 09:56:23
Not quite sure on this. We are getting ready for our b/g twins. My wife and I have agreed on Patrick for a first name but are at odds on the middle. James is my middle name and she kind of wants to name our son after me. i’m not really sure if this is that important to me to name him after myself. These will be our only children so this is my only chance to do that. Ideas on a better sounding name? Thanks the faerrens
vote | results   comments: 3   votes: 3   created: 2013-11-06 11:00:54
I’m not sure the sex of the baby but if its a boy I need a cool name. Doesn’t have to be to unusual but original would be preferred.
vote | results   comments: 3   votes: 3   created: 2013-11-06 14:14:09
We love the name Niamh, it’s the Irish spelling, and it’s becoming increasingly popular so I would like to think that people will know how to pronounce it. I don’t want it to be pronounced the wrong way all the time, so I’d like you to post what you think/what you would call her if you saw this name. Big sis is Grace, and she’s too excited for a little sister to come! Thanks!
vote | results   comments: 11   votes: 3   created: 2013-11-06 15:46:34
So we live in the us and know most people here have middle names as do we, but we are thinking of passing on giving our chil[removed]. We love the simplicity of just our chosen first name with our last name, and don’t really love another name to put between them. Should we drop the middle name or not? Thanks
vote | results   comments: 10   votes: 3   created: 2013-11-06 19:40:13
Also I have a son called Louis so is it too close? I do like lots of other names too so plz be brutally honest! I’ve just loved this name forever and not sure if I should use it!
vote | results   comments: 2   votes: 3   created: 2013-11-06 20:52:28
Joining older brother Abel Alexander.
vote | results   comments: 1   votes: 3   created: 2013-11-07 01:09:28

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