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September 14th, 2010, 07:41 PM
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Hi there I am not preggo but would like ideas for future daughters. I am planning on using Sophia for my first daughters first name, unless I can convince my future husband to use Aphrodite. I do not think thats going to happen lol so I would like ideas for her. I'm adopted Greek, not actually Greek. Also I would like to use names after our moms which would be Tara and Suzanne, not sure on Tara with the last name tho. Any ideas on honoring both moms? Thanks this isnt urgent just want to prepare incase it does happen. Thank you

P.S. Timm is the last name and Tara Suzanne could also be a sibling name as well. Brothers names will be Conrad Michael Timm and Jaeger William Timm. Both Family names. Again thank you and sorry I am so long winded.
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September 14th, 2010, 11:54 PM
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In terms of honoring your moms, there are several ways to do it.
1. Use their given first or middle names
2. Look at the meanings of their names and then see if there are other names that share the same meaning
3. Look for variants on their given names: Suzanne to Susanna, etc.
4. Pick first and middle names that start with the initials of the people you want to honor
5. Think about the birth month, flower, stone, etc. of the people you want to honor. For instance, my Dad was born in May. If we have a little girl, one of the mn's I'm considering in Mae to honor him.

Good luck getting married and eventually pregnant!
Mommy to two beautiful boys, watched over by two angels in heaven

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September 15th, 2010, 07:13 AM
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I think Sara would be a nice way to honor the moms! or you could also do Tianna/Teanna or Zara.
Carly and Phil, proud parents of:
Alaina Rhoslyn {2.15.07}, Natalia Lorraine and Georgia Carol {7.31.08}, Penelope Julia {8.25.10} and
our newest addition Benjamin Philip {8.06.11}

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September 15th, 2010, 07:29 AM
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Hi & welcome I think Sophia is a very pretty name but a little too common for my tastes. You could give your daughter a double middle name and use both of their first names- Sophia Tara Suzanne.
T wife to R mommy to B
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