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Discussion in 'Baby Names' started by MommaMia214, Jul 24, 2012.
Say: Aww cute!
Think: Don't like Kimberly and the whole name is waaaaay to long.
Say: I've never met a sadie before she's lovely
Think: sadie reminds me of a golden Labrador for some reason. I like Lila but spelt Lyla
(I'm really running out of names at this point )
say: it suits her
think: sounds so chavvy to me
(i'm running out of names also!)
Say: what a princess!
think: I LOVE the name Ella, but I like Mae for a middle name better
EDIT: HAHA, I wondered why "Jade" was stuck in my head! I just re-read the post and discovered why.
Ella May is what i want to call my little girl (if i have one )
think: reminds me of the plastic doll baby annabelle and Lee is OH's mum's name and i dislike her !
SAY: Pretty name!
THINK: Good Lord, another Sophie....
Talitha Jane (that's right, with an "l")
think: never heard it before, but reminds me of tabitha and a cat
Say: Ohh, My cousins name is Taylor. Shes so cute.
Think: It really is a pretty name.
Say: that's a cool name
Think: probably reminds me of Kylie Minogue the singer lol, but good name
think-not one I'd choose not a fan of the shortened Pat
I personally like Patrick, but it does remind me of Spongebob Squarepants
Say: OH, I really like Luca! I've only known one.
Think: It's not used often enough.
Say: What a classy name!
new name: Thomas Christopher
Say: that's such a great name.
Think: reminds me of Winnie the Pooh.
New name: Leonard James
Say: you cna make a lot of nn with that---Leo, Lenny, LJ
Think: I do not like Leonard at all...but I love James for a middle name---my sons middle name is James!!
Next Name: Lacey Kate
Say: that's nice
Think: that is nice names go well together
Say: aww that's pretty
Think: I LOVE Peyton and Elizabeth but not sure they go together
Say: that's a lovely girly name
Think: too many 'e' soundings together for me
Say: great name !
think: Love Conor, but needs 2 n's ! I have a Connor ! Michael....bleh.
Say: Oh, cute!
Think: Poor kid....Fredericks of Hollywood comes to mind