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Please help us with our list of names for our baby boys! We have a list that we can't narrow down so please create sets from the names & eliminate names that you dislike. Some of the names are a little out there because they follow our musical theme. The boys' older sister is Lennon May. Thanks!
vote | results   comments: 15   votes: 1   created: Apr 12, 2017 06:13 PM
We have a short list of names in the first comment please tell us what you think of them. Thanks!
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Sorry I know this is not what this poll section is meant for I just would like some help. I and my husband currently have 4 children ages 8, 7, 5 and 3. We really would like to have another child but I'm not sure if we would manage. Is 5 much harder than 4? We have the means to support 5 thought not with a luxurious lifestyle. Please comment your opinions and thank you so much for all your help.
vote | results   comments: 15   votes: 11   created: Apr 11, 2017 03:37 PM
Hey everyone! So we are pregnant! We have been scrolling through some websites like this and I found something interesting. So obviously names like Mason, Jackson, Emma, and Sophia are chart toppers right now, but many people have yet to meet a Mason or haven't met an Isabella under the age of 5. I haven't met an Emma under the age of 16 actually. I don't feel like "top ten" names mean the same thing they did. Just for fun as we start our search, what are some names where YOU live that you hear all the time. For me, I have really not met any kids under 2 with the same name except Jaxon/Jaxsun/Jackson/Jaxson, for young kids/pre-teens I know a lot of Madisons Ethan's and and and for teenagers I know a lot of Emma's and Isabella's and Josh's. I'm 23 and everyone my age (including me) is Emily or Ashley!
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Mila (2) is getting a baby sister and we cant decide on a name from our list which I will leave in the top comment. Thank you! Quinn, Leo and Mila
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Im having twin boys in a few weeks and I have no idea what their names are. Their siblings are Charlie Joelle (9) and Leo James (7). I will put the name possibilities in the first comment, let me know which pairing you like best! thanks!- The Taylors :)
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Eleanor has been a favorite of mine since I was a teen. I was ecstatic when I casually mentioned it to my husband and he agreed almost immediately to use it for our daughter. However, coming up with middle names has been the tricky part. Eleanor Rose, Eleanor Marie, Eleanor Grace...everything we talked about was lovely, but nothing felt "right." A few weeks ago, while on the phone with my dad, I had a sudden urge to use his name for my child. My dad has been such an influential person in my life and my husband's, and Eleanor James would be in honor of that. I am hesitant to approach my husband with it though, as I don't want him to think I am favoring my side of the family (though I know he and my dad are close and I am probably worried for nothing.) I am also worried about criticism from family/friends about using a boy's name on a girl, even as a mn. Am I overthinking it? Does Eleanor James sound okay? Pregnancy hormones have me paranoid, y'all. Thanks for any input! -Megan
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Which name? Also looking for more suggestions to go with Bryce - 2 syllable names please. (Our surname is also 2 syllables) thanks, Natalie&Clay x
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What are your opinions on the name Harley for a baby girl? What spelling do u prefer?: Harley, Harleigh, Harlie or Harlee
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My maiden name is Callahan, which is also my mom's maiden name(she never married my dad and I ended up with her surname, she then married my step-dad when I was 12 but my surname was never changed to his). I would really like to use it for our first little man but my husband doesn't really like surnames as given names. He won't even agree to it as a middle name. I had given up my little dream of using it until he brought up the name Callum/Calum. But I'm just not sure if it would honor Callahan. Do you think Callum/Calum would be a good name to honor Callahan? We have 2 little girls named Delaney Amelia and Luna Kathryn who are very excited about having a baby brother. Thanks, Bri and Tyler
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So me and my Husband like names ending in "ette" apparently as most of our names we picked do. We love all these names but once we choose one and we really can't use any other for any other girls we may have. Which is your favorite and which is your least favorite and why??? I'll post below
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My sons name was stolen! My fault! I had my sons name ''Ezra Flynn' is due next week! My sons name was a secret I was not announcing it to the world until he was born, my sister just had her little girl 4 days ago and her name is Ezra-Lilley. I am so sad, but also my fault for not letting anyone know the name before hand! I really need help with a first name that goes with the middle name Flynn, or maybe a middle name to go with Flynn.. * ps Flynn stays, its my g-g-g grandpa's name. Abby.
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