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Old Feb 22nd, 2013, 18:04 PM   41
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I like the boys name shay and maybe shayla for a girl, my mind has been on overdrive thinking of names since this post lol



 
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Damn those name stealers.. LOL
I know right? They just had to go and have another baby before we even have our first.
You still could use that name, to be fair. We called DS 'Ryan Joseph' and then my cousin and his wife just named their second child 'Stewart Ryan.' I couldn't be upset about it because it was after his wife's brother, Ryan, who passed away. But using 'Joseph' for the middle, it's the middle name of our Grandad (and a Grandad of DH as well), so I'm sure that has taken one of his ideas.

We haven't really discussed names yet (mostly because it was like pulling teeth last time...DH vetoed all my choices), but if it's a girl I REALLY like the name Cerys (CARE-ISS) for a girl.

As a teacher, I run into the issue of ever having children in a former class with those names and it can really put one off a name depending on how that child was, hehe. Silly, I know.



 
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OH doesnt like A'lex.
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Old Feb 23rd, 2013, 04:23 AM   44
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Damn those name stealers.. LOL
I know right? They just had to go and have another baby before we even have our first.
You still could use that name, to be fair. We called DS 'Ryan Joseph' and then my cousin and his wife just named their second child 'Stewart Ryan.' I couldn't be upset about it because it was after his wife's brother, Ryan, who passed away. But using 'Joseph' for the middle, it's the middle name of our Grandad (and a Grandad of DH as well), so I'm sure that has taken one of his ideas.

We haven't really discussed names yet (mostly because it was like pulling teeth last time...DH vetoed all my choices), but if it's a girl I REALLY like the name Cerys (CARE-ISS) for a girl.

As a teacher, I run into the issue of ever having children in a former class with those names and it can really put one off a name depending on how that child was, hehe. Silly, I know.

I could see that being a problem, you don't want to name your child after a bratty student lol. I like Carys, it's very pretty!



 
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Old Feb 23rd, 2013, 04:31 AM   45
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We have a few they are

Boys

James
Mathew
Dominic ( would shorten to Nico)

Girls

Sophie
Emily
Hannah
Pheobe

We cant decide x



 
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Old Feb 23rd, 2013, 04:39 AM   46
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We're more or less had ideas for names for years.

For a girl Jessica Michelle, and for a boy Scott David John.

Typically would only have one middle name, but we've made an exception for a boy so he can be partly named after my father.



 
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Old Feb 23rd, 2013, 05:04 AM   47
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I had my heart set to Arianna ive loved it for years but with my OH surname it turns into a tounge twister so instead we have chosen carter for a boy and eevie (wanted different spelling) for a girl its never too early to choose we chose at 7 weeks these names and still love them now x



 
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Damn those name stealers.. LOL
I know right? They just had to go and have another baby before we even have our first.
You still could use that name, to be fair. We called DS 'Ryan Joseph' and then my cousin and his wife just named their second child 'Stewart Ryan.' I couldn't be upset about it because it was after his wife's brother, Ryan, who passed away. But using 'Joseph' for the middle, it's the middle name of our Grandad (and a Grandad of DH as well), so I'm sure that has taken one of his ideas.

We haven't really discussed names yet (mostly because it was like pulling teeth last time...DH vetoed all my choices), but if it's a girl I REALLY like the name Cerys (CARE-ISS) for a girl.

As a teacher, I run into the issue of ever having children in a former class with those names and it can really put one off a name depending on how that child was, hehe. Silly, I know.
Cerys is one of the only names me and DH both like, but it's a bit odd with our surname as that also begins with C. Although since becoming married I'm a CC now, and people seem to find it funny but I don't know why?!

I know what you mean about the teacher thing, the people I meet in my job put me off a lot of names too!



 
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If we have a girl she will be Alyssa Paige. I love the name Ophelia, and I wanted Ophelia Belle but DH hated it

For a boy, he will be Ashley Jayden. Boys names were a huge stumbling block when we had Coralie so I'm pleased to have one so early.

DH and I don't tend to agree on many names



 
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If we have a girl she will be Alyssa Paige. I love the name Ophelia, and I wanted Ophelia Belle but DH hated it

For a boy, he will be Ashley Jayden. Boys names were a huge stumbling block when we had Coralie so I'm pleased to have one so early.

DH and I don't tend to agree on many names
Alyssa Paige is a gorgeous name! Love it



 
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