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    Default Middle name help

    Bub # 2 is due to make his/her arrival
    in about 4 weeks.

    If bub is a boy we're set for a name (first & middle) but I'm still not 100% sure on middle name for a girl.

    First name will be Ruby :smile:
    We're thinking either
    Ruby Lilah
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    Ruby Montanna

    If DS was a girl he would've been Ruby Lilah. No meaning behind Lilah, just loved the name.

    Since discussing middle names with DH this time we added Montanna into the mix... DH & I are high school sweethearts & when we first got together (over 10 years ago!) we (jokingly) said if we ever had kids we'd name our daughter Montanna. I'm not keen on it as first name anymore, but thought it would go nicely as a middle name.

    Now I just keep changing my mind from one day to the next!

    So I thought I'd throw it out there to you lovely ladies to get your opinion

    Sorry there's no poll, posting from my phone.



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    Both are nice but I prefer ruby lilah.

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    Bump for morning crew :smile:


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    Is Lilah pronounced as it is spelt or Lee-lah?

    I like Ruby Lilah (pronounced as spelt)

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    Pronounced Lie - la :smile: I think it's *usually* spelt Lyla but I think it looks nicer spelt Lilah, especially following Ruby, if that makes sense?


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    Bumpity bump

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    Ruby Lilah. It's beautiful :-)

    Montana reminds me of Hannah Montana and that Cyrus girl gives me the hebbity jibberties. Lol.

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    I like both but I think it depends on what your last name is. I think if your last name has 2 syllables then Ruby Montanna.

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    I like Montanna too :-)

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    Ruby Lilah

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