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I’m having a baby and I’ve already decided on Jacob if it’s a boy, but I can’t decide on a name for a girl. Please help! -Gina
vote | results   comments: 4   votes: 17   created: 2009-07-19 11:13:05
I’m back and I did a little bit of research about these names. Anakin is a boy name and Indiana is unisex. Thanks for all of your helpful comments in my other poll. Now I just need help with middle names. Thanks again!
vote | results   comments: 2   votes: 5   created: 2009-07-19 11:03:11
Love the name Kylie. Having trouble with mn. Any other suggestions as a MN?
vote | results   comments: 1   votes: 9   created: 2009-07-19 11:01:46
i posted a poll yesterday and people left very helpful comments. we’re pretty much decided on the name, we just dont know if we should go with Brooklyn or Brooke. if we go with Brooklyn, we will still call her Brooke. please help us decide which name flows better. also, i like the middle name spelled Kenadie, while my husband likes it Kennedi. which one should we go with? thanks!
vote | results   comments: 4   votes: 10   created: 2009-07-19 10:50:47
It has to be one of these names, spelled this way. Enid was my dear sister, so no bashing. Yvonne is my mum, and Imogen is my husband’s best friend. We’re leaning towards using Enid or Yvonne, but Imogen is an option, as she’s also being considered for Godmother. Thanks in advance! Love, Rose and Ernie
vote | results   comments: 1   votes: 15   created: 2009-07-19 10:49:20
We are having difficulties deciding on a name for our baby girl. Our last name is pronounced "Leed". I’m a little hesitant with the first names ending in a "lee" pronunciation since it somewhat rhymes with our last name. Your opinions are appreciated!! Thanks! ~Judy & Sean
vote | results   comments: 3   votes: 9   created: 2009-07-19 10:48:15
What do you think of these (in first comment)? Any other ideas?
vote | results   comments: 3   votes: 1   created: 2009-07-19 10:38:57
Hi, my name is Anna. My fiancée and I are expecting our first child. We do not yet know the gender, however we do plan on finding out. We like any style of names. But for the middle names (we want two for each name) we plan on using family names. His grandparents are Anne and Carl, his parents are Edward and Illiana. Other family names for him are: Alicia, Mary, Lillian, Emery. My family names: Ara, Ada, Bethany, John, Daniel. We don’t want to use the exact forms of these names, and you can make up names to use the family names. For example, Adalee.
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 1   created: 2009-07-19 10:19:17
Which name for an Australian little girl of Japanese ancestry?
vote | results   comments: 3   votes: 11   created: 2009-07-19 10:18:03
Hi! My name is Diana and my husband’s name is Peter. We are expecting our 4th child, a little boy. Our other children’s names are Daniel Peter (4), Vivienne Claire (2) and Charlotte Rose (8 months...YES they will be 14 months apart). Please be honest. Thanks! ~ Diana, Peter, Danny, Vivi, Charlotte and baby boy
vote | results   comments: 6   votes: 7   created: 2009-07-19 10:05:36
Which goes best with Elaina Kathryn? Mn suggestions? Thanks-Kate
vote | results   comments: 3   votes: 10   created: 2009-07-19 10:00:17
My husband and I don’t know what gender our baby is but have a list of first and middle names for both boys and girls that we like. We would like for you to combine your top 3 favortie first names for each gender with what ever middle name you like best. Thanks! I will post the names in the first comment.
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 1   created: 2009-07-19 09:58:02

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