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lipsy wrote: »
Tamara and Natasha for a girl. I was nearly called Natasha damnit!
Butterflykisses wrote: »
tis a good name. My dad wanted to call me Ruth - very glad my mum put her foot down and went with Natasha instead!
For girls - Erin, Willow, Zoe and Emma
For boys - Ben, Max or Sebastian
I've always wondered how you can choose a name for your child before you've met them - there was a girl I used to teach salsa to called Grace and she was the least graceful heifer I've ever met.... wishful thinking on the part of her parents? I think so.
lea_uk wrote: »
I quite like Willow too.
squeal wrote: »
It reminds me of a long haired blonde girl or of course a willow tree.
MoonArcanum wrote: »
Ok, am I the only one who thinks that favourite names and things to call potential children aren't necessarily the same thing?
CheeseOnToast wrote: »
I agree with Briggi, names should be different if possible. Who wants to be the same as everyone else.
briggi wrote: »
Girls - Ingrid, Alva, Cecilia, Meredith, Penelope, Meabh, Caroline, Iona, Áine, Nenagh, Lorelei, Astrid, Vivienne, Marit, Agnes.
Boys - Stellan, Noah, Quinn, Vincent, Ivan, Ingo, Gregor, Hamish, Alistair, Edwin, Néall
Kermit wrote: »
I think that the sake of all concerned all naming rights should be revoked from you forthwith
Namaste wrote: »
eefs wrote: »
Wedid someone cite Nenagh as a name? For a girl or a boy? That's a town in Tipperary! Not a name!
briggi wrote: »
Yeah me, I am aware of the fact - that's why I like it. I rather like the name Nina but not-so-much the spelling. Sorted :thumb:
I have had some new name inspiration today, but I think I will keep it secret for now so I don't seem completely fickle and flighty
Bri-namite wrote: »
Iona or Mairi for a girl, Campbell or Callum for a boy.
littlemissy wrote: »
I also like Catriona. Spelt the gaelic way. However, too many people pronounce this Cat-ree-o-na. I don't like that either.