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June 17th, 2013, 01:05 PM
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Hi everyone

I am expecting my first child with my husband in a month and need some suggestions!
We do know the sex of the baby.
His name is Jose and we are open to something similiar for a boy, but do not want a junior. We have come up with Joseph Anthony but now as the date gets closer, I think maybe too many people have the name Anthony in one way or another! What do you think? Can you offer any other suggestions?
As for a girl, my mom watches a show called "Vikings" and one of the characters is named Thyri (pronounced "theory"). I love that paired with Noelle as a middle name; however, i don't like how thyri is spelled and I can't come up with an alternate spelling. Can someone help me? If you give other suggestions, just an FYI that I am not interested in common names like Emily or Olivia and I also do not like the old-fashioned name trend that has been going on (Charlotte, Ava, Grace, etc). please help!
Thank you, Erin
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June 17th, 2013, 02:11 PM
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Boy names:

I don't know too many people with the name Anthony and I think Joseph Anthony is a wonderful name.

Other ideas:


Aaron (alt mn?)

Girl names:

Possible alternate spelling for Thyri - Thearee, Theoree, or Thyree maybe?

Other ideas:

Ashlyn Noelle
Aubrey Noelle
Lorelei Noelle
Thalia Noelle

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June 18th, 2013, 03:36 PM
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Joseph Anthony is nice, I dont hear Anthony much on children. You could also do Joseph Alexander, Joseph Vincent, Joseph Sebastian or Joseph Anton.

For girls, I think Thyri is the best spelling if you want to go with that although Im not a big fan of the name.

How about...

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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June 18th, 2013, 04:41 PM
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I say if your going to use it spell it Theory. Everyone else will anyway.

Kiri (kear-ree) -- similar sound to Theory.
Natalia nn Taly

I don't know any one named Anthony so it doesn't seem overused to me.

Joseph Antonio
Joseph Anderson
Cortney...mom to A, C, E, L, I, and R

When I'm Due...

When I think this baby will actually come out

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June 27th, 2013, 10:45 PM
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How about passing the "o" sound from Jose to "Tobias".
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