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    Friends of mine just had a baby boy and named him Taj Slater P(last name). At first I thought it sounded like he had a surname as a middle name but its kind of grown on me.

    I have messaged her on fb and she says these were her other middle name ideas but they ended up going with Slater because her DP is a footy fan lol.
    Taj Matthew
    Taj Xavier
    Taj Christopher
    Taj Alexander

    Hmm, appears she wanted a two syllable or more middle name too.
    Last edited by Bubs'n'Roses; 31-12-2011 at 16:38. Reason: damn baby brain

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    Taj is a cool name and personally I think a longer middle name would be good to even it out. Maybe something like Taj Alexander as a pp said or Taj ... I can't think of any others actually but it is a pretty awesome name

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    LOVE the name Taj and just wish my DH felt the same way! If we have another boy that us the name I want!

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    Exactly Babeeboo, I was reading the last posters suggestions, and Malacai is still an awful name, if that's nasty of me to say so, then so be it.


 

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