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So, DH and I have been talking about names for a very long time. Correction, I have forced hubs to talk about them for over 5 years. So, before we even got our BFP we already had names picked out. I love the names I've picked, but now I wish I had waited to pick names while I was preggo cause it just seems like part of the pregnancy I will miss out on cause we are super set on these names.
For a girl it will be Naomi Elisabeth.
For a boy it will be Elliot Rhys, Elliot August or Elliot '?' (open to suggestions).
We are set on our boys name but have no idea what we will name a girl. We named our daughter my grandmother's first name and my mother and my middle name. We will name our first boy DH's grandfather's name, but reversed so he will be Vincent Robert.
dd2 is only 13 months old and she almost left the hospital without a name.
dh is out of town working so I've barely spoken to him since I (we) found out.
I think I'm going to try to wait until I have confirmation of a healthy pregnancy then I'll start pestering him via email.
Wes(t)ley (not sure about the t yet)
I haven't talked to DH yet but I really like Preston Ray and Madison Rae right now. We are going to use Ray/Rae as the middle name though. Its my dads and we told him we would with the next one when I had DD. My name choices change weekly
If we have a boy, we are mostly sure he will be Henry. It's a family name on both sides and we just love it. And we think it goes well with Charlie (DS). Do we maybe like old man names a little bit?
We are not as settled on a girl name. I love the name Caroline (rhymes with "fine"), but I am afraid people would pronounce it "Carolyn," which is not what I want. I also love the name Lydia. DH's favorite right now is Annie, which I also like but I haven't fallen for it yet.