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Hey! This will most likely be the last round for boys! His middle name will be William. We have just eliminated Cole. For the girls, we have eliminated Adelaide and Autumn. Choose your top name for each gender. Thank you so much!!
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 1   created: 2014-09-09 10:57:50
I have eliminated 5 names from my last, there are 6 names in the first comment. Please pick your favorite 3 names. Thank you.
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 1   created: 2014-09-09 11:15:31
Can’t decide on a middle mane for our daughter. Please help!!!!
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 0   created: 2014-09-09 17:06:03
Help! we have an adorable 5 year old son, Kallum Jude, 3 year old son, Kyson James & a 1 year old son, Krewon John. We are now expecting our fourth and it is a girl! We have fallen in love with the Name Kinley Jade (to keep the K and J theme) but we also like Kinsley! What K girl names do you like and what J names go with them? Thanks!
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 0   created: 2014-09-09 17:31:17
Isla. vs. Everly. vs. Emerson Which first name and why? And what middle name?
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 3   created: 2014-09-09 22:27:48
I am expecting my first baby, a girl, in January! My husband and I met a little girl recently named Gracyn and we both really love her name however we would spell it Gracen and call her Gracie as a nn. What do you think? Is it too masculine? We are open to mn suggestions and other fn suggestions as well. Thanks! Kristen
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 1   created: 2014-09-10 13:58:13
We are having another girl! We would like a one syllable name with the same feel of Sage. Any suggestions?
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 0   created: 2014-09-10 19:24:21
I’m not doing this on purpose but the only names I seem to like for boys are ones that people are using for girls now. Will this be a big deal for him? It seems like there are a lot more unisex names in use now than when I was in school. Does anyone have a boy with a unisex name and could tell me his experiences? Or should I settle for name I like less that’s not unisex?
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 26   created: 2014-09-11 10:17:11
We narrowed it down to 5 possibilities! Please choose your favorite combination and your least favorite, and explain why! No suggestions please, narrowing it down was hard enough :) ~the Golds
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 0   created: 2014-09-12 07:55:49
Votes and comments appreciated! I would love to know which middle name you prefer. - Molly
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 15   created: 2014-09-12 10:03:00
We are looking for boy and girl names that will go well with the twins siblings. We have Benjamin Alistair "Ben" 6, Bailey Lee 4 and Jameson "Jamie" Edward 2. We have had Benjamin, Bailey and Jameson’s name all planned before they were here and now we are lost for names for the twins. We like Irish/Scottish names, also hebrew and older style names. I am not to picky but I will show husband the names you all have suggested to us when he gets off work. Thanks Stacy and John D.
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 1   created: 2014-09-12 14:22:57
Thanks for your opinions yesterday. We got to our favorite names for boys- Jude, Ezra, Theo & Atticus- and I got to the conclusion that Juniper is probably my favorite for a girl but we are still considering Shiloh. Wdyt? Which name do you prefer for each gender (and why)? Thanks!!
vote | results   comments: 12   votes: 0   created: 2014-09-12 17:36:04
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