Boys Names - Final Four (!)

Discussion in 'Baby Names' started by PieMistress, Dec 17, 2009.

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Boy's Names Choice - Final Four!

  1. Declan Fryer

  2. Kyle Fryer

  3. Killian Fryer

  4. Alban Fryer

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  1. PieMistress

    PieMistress Proud and happy Mummy

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    Hi Peeps,

    Ok, so no problem with the girls' names but we really struggled with the boys' names! Here's our final four (middle names we are okay with) (PS - Alban is gaelic for 'winter') xxx
     
  2. Beltane

    Beltane Mother of 3 Boys!

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    Love the name Killian. We had it on our list last time. Great name!
     
  3. ThatGirl

    ThatGirl Proud mummy to alfie

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    Declan ot my vote x
     
  4. kelly2903

    kelly2903 mum2princess an expectin

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    i think declan goes better with fryer xxx
     
  5. Squidge

    Squidge Mummy & WTT <3

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  6. pixydust

    pixydust Married mama of two :D

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    Declan! :d
     
  7. Midnight_Fairy

    Midnight_Fairy New baby J

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    I voted Declan x
     
  8. PieMistress

    PieMistress Proud and happy Mummy

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    Didn't think Declan would be the favourite! It's got a nice meaning too (full of goodness)
     
  9. Terrilea

    Terrilea Me,OH & r beautiful Ruby

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    I voted Alban x
     
  10. RubyRainbows

    RubyRainbows TTC Baby#2 Since Oct/2009

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    I voted for Declan, too!
     
  11. kiki

    kiki Mum to Kirsty and Caidan

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    I'd go for Killian, but then we almost called Caidan that so I guess I am biaed.


    Hope you dont have too much longer to wait hon, best of luck xxxxxxxx


    L xx
     
  12. jen1604

    jen1604 Well-Known Member

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    I voted Alban!xx
     
  13. booflebump

    booflebump Mummy to Toby

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    Kyle - good scottish name x
     
  14. PieMistress

    PieMistress Proud and happy Mummy

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    Thanks for all the votes!! We are swithering (I think) between Declan & Kyle. I do really like Alban but keep thinking of St.Albans down south where my brother lives! Am sure when we meet him (if it is a boy!!) the decision will be easier!

    (Hi L (!) - can't believe how much your little boy has grown!!! Methinks ours will hang in until 2010 at this rate!) Hope all is well xx
     
  15. kaykay

    kaykay Well-Known Member

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    Alban! what a lovely name!
    A friends little girl is called Albany
    I love it! x
     
  16. skippy

    skippy Got my furbabies :)

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    Love Declan:flower:
     
  17. Lovemyboy

    Lovemyboy Mummy to a 3 year old boy

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    Declan is nice x
     
  18. KirstyW1990

    KirstyW1990 Expecting My First :)

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    I like Declan :) xx
     

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