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Hello, we need some opinions on names. We, for the first time, have decided to change our child’s birth name. We don’t feel her name will do her justice as she gets older and she’s younger than any of our other children were when we adopted them. We have a list of names that we’ll post in a comment as a starting point, but we’d really like suggestions! Our older children are Maielisa (MY-eh-lee-za), Katherine (Kate) and Robin (Robbie).Thanks!
vote | results   comments: 3   votes: 1   created: 2014-10-01 08:39:32
Hi, we’re looking for suggestions for our second girl. We’ve decided on Janika (with the nickname Jani). We like that it’s not a common name, but it’s not unpronounceable or unspellable. For our second girl, though, we’re not sure. We kind of like Kristen, but aren’t sure it quite matches with Janika. I haven’t heard Kristen much in recent years, but I know plenty of teens and older with the name. Any suggestions? Thanks!
vote | results   comments: 4   votes: 1   created: 2014-10-01 08:32:51
Leaning toward Eliana because of its meaning and cute nicknames
vote | results   comments: 2   votes: 16   created: 2014-10-01 07:43:55
Baby girl is due in 8 days we are going into the hosptail with these 3 names but we need middle names
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 9   created: 2014-10-01 07:35:49
We’re stuck on the -en- sound right now! My husband found Wrenna in a novel and really likes it! I think it’s very interesting, and I actually kind of love it! I’m not even sure if it’s a real name, but I think it’s a nice spin on Wren. (And that I can call her Birdie!) what do you think? Is it too much? Implausible? Downright terrible? Thanks!
vote | results   comments: 6   votes: 12   created: 2014-10-01 06:30:41
Opinions on this name?
vote | results   comments: 5   votes: 15   created: 2014-10-01 05:37:19
What gender do you think of when you hear the name Indiana? Don’t vote for the gender you prefer it on, although if you would like the comment your preferred gender that would be fine. Thank you, Churchill family.
vote | results   comments: 7   votes: 16   created: 2014-10-01 05:25:48
My husband and I want our boys to have uncommon names and we happened to come up with Bronx and Boone (we didn’t plan for them to be the same name). What do you think? I know plenty of people don’t like the whole same first letter, matchy thing but we love them together. We would go with more common/ classic middle names. Thanks!- Stella and Ricky
vote | results   comments: 6   votes: 1   created: 2014-10-01 04:02:10
We are looking for a middle for our son Shiloh. We are looking for something easily pronounced by native spanish speakers. And preferably nothing starting with E and it can not contain the letter L.
vote | results   comments: 8   votes: 1   created: 2014-10-01 03:15:22
I’ve got 2 boys and am expecting my third child. If it’s a boy his name will most likely be Liam so we are trying to find a middle name. There will be a list in the comments, if you could just tell me which ones are your favorite. I already have Connor Thomas and Riley Sebastian. The ones with stars in front are my favorites
vote | results   comments: 4   votes: 1   created: 2014-10-01 02:51:57
These are the names I keep coming back too. So I am stuck between these two names, I like them both just don’t LOVE One yet. What would be your choice??
vote | results   comments: 1   votes: 12   created: 2014-10-01 02:16:44
Mn grace or Marie
vote | results   comments: 2   votes: 11   created: 2014-10-01 01:39:44
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