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Fiona and Sonya sound too , well, whiny to me.. at least at this moment
Lacey I'm still feeling unsure of
and the problem with Bridget is i have a very clear vision of what Bridget should look and act like and if she is born not matching that, I wont be able to use it.
When my last son was born, Donovan was on our list but I had a very clear picture of what Donovan would look like and Bo popped out 180 degrees from a Donovan
I really like the name Eden but it's too close to my name. Hubs and I did "the test" where he stood in the kitchen yelling Erin or Eden and I was across the house- I could not tell which he was yelling, . Way to confusing so I'm not comfortable using it as a first name
I also like Kate- just Kate- but with the large population of Katelyns around me, it's everywhere as a nickname. Plus it's kind of plain next to my other childrens names.
Hubs like Genievive (sp?) and i dont mind it but neither of us can spell it reliably!!
well anyways.. so i need a list and everything is too the same, or annoying or popular GAH!
Sorry you're having such a hard time finding a name. We had the same problem with my youngest. Nothing I liked SO did and he didn't come up with anything. Finally I told him to just pick a name and we'd go with that. So he chose Nicholas. I love the name and it suits him perfectly, but I just found out this weekend that there are litters of Nicholas's on his side of the family I don't like that at all lol