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Old 07-13-2007, 10:02 PM   #1
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Pick a name, any name. :)
So I have about a week to go and we have NO names picked out. NONE. Well we have names, but nothing that seems to 'fit'.

So I'm asking you all for suggestions.

Here are names we like:



But like I said, none 'fit'.

(also we like FULL names, we will not use nicknames.) ALSO also, hehe, we didn't find out if it's a boy or girl so all names are welcome.

So what are your favorite names. I need a big list as we've been through 2 baby name books and still haven't found one.

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I like Fred. George is cool, too.

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How about something from adjectives like Noble?
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Old 07-13-2007, 10:32 PM   #6
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Sometimes you have to see the baby to know what name 'suits' him or her.

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Out of your list, I like Amelia and David.

I, personally, like Anna and Andrew
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I like Amelia and Justin from your list.
My personal favorites for children's names are Spencer and Bethany. Give you two guesses why...
But some other suggestions Cameron: (however it easily is changed to Cam for short and you don't like that) or Sophia but it often becomes Sophie. Grace is lovely. Michael is nice but a bit too frequently used. Hmmm...I guess I'm out of ideas. Good luck.
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Okay so I was just sitting here saying your family names in my head and this is what I heard:

Michelle, Steven, Kayla, Joseph, and Hannah
ditto and Emily
ditto and Emma

Ditto and Michael
Ditto and Scott
Ditto and Matthew

Did you already have a middle name picked out? that might make a difference in the names too.

And, of course, whoever he or she is will definitely tell you when you meet them!
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