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The names we are considering are Angelina, to carry on my side of the family’s Italian heritage, Ruby because my husbands thinks this is a very cool 20’s flapper sounding name and Holly because, to us, it sounds simple and sweet. The middle names are family names. Which one do you like best?
vote | results   comments: 7   votes: 7   created: 2008-10-07 07:21:20
What are some pretty girl’s names that are short and uncommon? Thanks!~ KC
vote | results   comments: 14   votes: 2   created: 2008-10-07 06:06:02
Hi, i like both these names but cant decide which one i like the most and i cannot think of any middle names which go with these, Please help!!
vote | results   comments: 5   votes: 5   created: 2008-10-07 05:32:40
Hi, I made 2 polls last night and Ashton James won every time. I am just a little worried that Ashton James is too unisex. Do you think it sounds like a boy? I didn’t realize that James used to be used for girls as a first name in the past. Do you think Ashton Jack would be a stronger name? Do you have any other J name suggestions? Thank you.
vote | results   comments: 5   votes: 6   created: 2008-10-07 04:05:32
Im and pregnant with twin girls. we already have 2 boys Jay Edward Kent Farnsworth(5) middle name after his father Seth Kerry Farnsworth(2)middle name after my father we have already picked out the middle names. its funny really I have a Aunt Faith who pretty much raised me. and he has a Aunt Hope who is the coolest. the choices are.. feel free to mis and match middle names. Candence Faith Savannah Hope Tyla Faith Mckenna Hope Spencer Hope Payton Faith i am open to all new suggestions. any cute names. i would like to keep the middle names. help me out.. DUE: December 14th
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 0   created: 2008-10-07 03:46:33
Can’t sleep, feeling sick...trying to take my mind off the sore throat :) I am expecting a boy in February and already have Ryan Mackenzie who is 2. I originally wanted to use Reilly as Ryan’s name, but was talked out of it. Reilly is still my favorite boy name, and I would like to use it or include it. I understand they will be VERY close for brothers when young, but recognize that they will be grown-ups longer than little boys... I REALLY want to use it but I debate every day whether or not it would be acceptable to have Ryan and Reilly for siblings... Jamison is a name I also kind of like, and Garnett (Gar-NET) is a family name....... thankyou, Sarah
vote | results   comments: 13   votes: 14   created: 2008-10-07 03:22:34
Do u like these names for my baby daughter? Plz Help
vote | results   comments: 10   votes: 3   created: 2008-10-07 01:13:24
do you like it?
vote | results   comments: 14   votes: 1   created: 2008-10-07 00:33:49
What is a good name for our baby? We also need middle names. We have one son named Cody James (4). Thank you! Annette and Blake
vote | results   comments: 5   votes: 24   created: 2008-10-07 00:28:09
What is a good name for our new baby? We also need middle names. We have one son named Cody James (4). Thank you! Annette and Blake
vote | results   comments: 3   votes: 10   created: 2008-10-07 00:24:26
I really want my 1st daughter to have the name makaya Ma-Ka-Ya just as its spelled i love that name but im having a lil trouble with the middle name Rissy is after my great grandma and i think it goes great together, any other ideas for a middle name for makaya??
vote | results   comments: 1   votes: 1   created: 2008-10-07 00:18:50
Can’t decide on the middle name. Please vote!
vote | results   comments: 4   votes: 7   created: 2008-10-07 00:18:24

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