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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Pink-Hen View Post
    I would of gone with kitty if you like it
    We never called her Kitty after she was born because it just didn't seem right, but were happy with her first name. (Several people suggest waiting until after the baby is born before finalising the name, because once you meet the baby you'll just know. It was like that, after she was born, Kitty didn't fit.) Her actual first name is not one of the ones you suggested but is a less common spelling of the 13th most popular girls name in the year she was born. (So much for us picking a name we thought was unusal.)

    I love my middle name of Maree my mums middle name is maree and my dd middle name is maree too. I hate the Marie spelling though lol only as that's my grandmothers name and it's pronounced different to my maree. How do you pronounce your dd's marie? (please don't take offense )
    We pronounce it Muh REE - like the first two sylables of Maria.

    Marie/maree is extremely common middle name in combination with my first name Ive met very few with my first name who don't share my middle name also and haven't met a lot of people with Marie/maree for a middle name that don't have my first name lol
    Now I'm curious what your name is. I've tried a few combinations but none are ringing any bells.

    My DD5s first name is one that is typically paired with Jane as a middle name. I didn't want to go with Jane for her middle name because that would make it super common, but Jane was the middle name that sounded best with it. So I went with Jean instead which sounds almost the same, so suits just as well, and also has the added benefit of being my grandmothers middle name.

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    Bannister.

    Yes. A boy called Bannister.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetseven View Post
    We never called her Kitty after she was born because it just didn't seem right, but were happy with her first name. (Several people suggest waiting until after the baby is born before finalising the name, because once you meet the baby you'll just know. It was like that, after she was born, Kitty didn't fit.) Her actual first name is not one of the ones youT suggested but is a less common spelling of the 13th most popular girls name in the year she was born. (So much for us picking a name we thought was unusal.)

    We pronounce it Muh REE - like the first two sylables of Maria.

    Now I'm curious what your name is. I've tried a few combinations but none are ringing any bells.

    My DD5s first name is one that is typically paired with Jane as a middle name. I didn't want to go with Jane for her middle name because that would make it super common, but Jane was the middle name that sounded best with it. So I went with Jean instead which sounds almost the same, so suits just as well, and also has the added benefit of being my grandmothers middle name.
    Lol now im interested to know what her first name is
    Dd5 Sarah Jane?
    Let's just say that everyone assumes my parents were Elvis fans naming me. Which is dead wrong as mum or dad don't like his music that much

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    I have a friend named Krystal starr and then an odd surname too... :s

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    I met a man called redundancy! Setting him up fir a life of failure? Lol

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    I just don't get the name Braxton. It just has painful connotations to me.

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    One that's strange to me- a old friend callee her girl vahlia. She didn't know til after it was a yoghurt. My ex called his son atlas.. Too wierd for me!

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    My friend who is an OB said she had a lady decide to name her dd placenta because she saw it on a poster in the office and liked how it sounded...

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    I wonder if placenta will make friends with the little girl named midwife? Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoopuf View Post
    I know a boy called Boas. I hadn't heard of that one before.

    I went to school with a girl called Storm-Angel.

    I knew a girl called Theresa. Fine really. Except her last name was Green. Th eresa Gr een. Really?
    I was seriously trying to work out why this name was so bad for AGES!! Hahaha


 

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