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We're thinking Ashton Tanner Noel.
What do you think? We wanted something unique and not overused. Your feedback is appreciated. My husband thinks he will call him Ash for short quite frequently if we choose this name. His due date is 7/2/11.
LOVE IT! I'm so with you on trying to find something unique and not overused. I think that's why i've had such a hard time
Very much love it! Have any girl names up your sleeve by chance
P.S. love the nickname of Ash.
RE: LOVE IT! I'm so with you on trying to find something unique and not overused. I think that's why i've had such a hard time Very much love it! Have any girl names up your sleeve by chance P.S. love the nickname of Ash.
Thank you so much!!!!! I love the name Ariel for a girl... (my husband likes the spelling Arial). I love Noelle for a girl's name too but with a last name Noel - if we ever did have a girl.... we could never name her that. My friends all love Gabrielle or Gabby for short.... My girlfiend named her daughter Amaya (pronounced uh - my - uh) and I love that... it's beautiful.
AmyIVF 10/09 Twin BoysTwin B loss 2/10Baby Boy born 3/10Pregnant again (surprise!) 10/10
I don't like the double middle name thing.
Noel feminizes the name too much.
I would stick with Ashton Tanner.
Edit: I see that Noel is your last name....in that case, I think it's perfect!