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i know there was a boy one done just a few posts ago but we have our boy name already and we still don't have a girl name!! being team green we're having a tough time...
thank you in advance ladies!! and yes i do lurk the baby names board...
Suri Lillian Rae...
Suri - after her dad
Lillian - her great great grandmother
Rae - just bc I love the name
We're going with Elinor Catherine, nick name Nora.
Our other top contender was Audrey.
We also love Johannah, but DH has a niece named Hannah, and our daughter and she would have the same last name, so we scratched it off our list.
Other names that I love but DH vetoed: Emily, Sadie, Bridget, Naomi
Our other pick was Mya Ann
Cameron Aibhlinn (Irish name pronounced AVE-leen. It means "longed for and desired child.)
Her daddy picked Cameron and it grew on me. We'll be calling her Cami.
Eva because we just like it! Lillian because that was DH's great grandmother's name.
Middle name will be one of our grandmothers. We are blindly choosing one as to not show favorites and they are all pretty great.
Avery Grace. DH fell in love with the name Avery when he heard it, and was so set on it I never had a chance on anything else. I love it too though. Some other names on my list were
Charlotte, Olivia, Leah, Ella, Emma
I'm having a boy however we had a definite girl name picked out. SO & I both had STRONG feelings on names. Mine was a strong feeling on the boy first name & his the girl first name so that was pretty much our agreement. If boy - I got the first name/he got middle name. If a girl - he got first name/I got middle name. Anyway our girl name was going to be:
Joselyn Marie (Marie was my grandmother's name who passed last year. I'm a BIG fan of using a middle name to recognize a family member)
Other girl names that I personally liked were: Caroline, Norah & Adalay
1st pregnancy: m/c began 1/12/09 d&c 1/13/09 8wks. Baby stopped growing at about 6wks.
Delaney: Born 10/15/09
Gavin: Born 4/8/11
Baby #3: due July 15, 2014
June Siggy: Fave pic of Aubrey and me :)
Evelyn Roxanne is choice #1, if they are both girls our other girl name is Norah Juliann
Evelyn is DH's grandma's name, Norah is just a name we love, Roxanne and Juliann are our mom's names.
We both loved Madelyn and Josephine was my Grandma's middle name. Coincidentally, Joseph is my husband's middle name!
We're still tossing around middle names, but it will be one of these:
Olivia Dawn (my mn)
Olivia Emma Margaret or Olivia Margaret Emma (Margaret and Emma are our great-grandmothers)
Or some random non-family related name.
Other names I love but got vetoed or passed over: Lillian, Charlotte, Claire, Eliana, Elle, Ella
JaneBeam:Reading every name on this list has nearly made me cry! They are all so so cute! We chose Jane Beverly. We hardly discussed it! I've always loved the name Jane and when I suggested it, I found out it was his grandmothers name. The whole family cried.
Jane is my middle name and it's a family name on my mother's side. I love the gorgeous simplicity of it, and I would totally consider it for a future daughter. It's underused as a first name, but I kind of like it that way. :)
all of my kids are girls :)
good luck w/ your search!
Teaghan Grace= I let H pick it out since the baby was a girl. Other names he was thinking of were
My little one will be London Torres.
The DH is from England and when we decided it was time to plan for a baby he just looked at me and said he'd love a little girl named London.
Torres was actually my pick, but plays into the Brit theme. Its the name of a famous soccer player.
We wanted something different and original for our baby girl.
Nadia Josephine & Scarlet(t) Grace.
We're undecided on the spelling of Scarlet(t)