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    I have a Poppy. The only people who have ever lifted an eyebrow are those of Asian descent. I had one actually laugh and say "really"

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    I have always liked Clea

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    I have DD - R.aven & DS - M.emphis, if we have another child and it's a boy he will be Wolf, lucky for me DH likes weird names!

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    Default Sort of spinoff - Different/weird names you like but dont have the balls to use?

    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I've pretty much used the names I loved and just ran out of kids to name!
    Ha ha! We are sort of the same. Too many names we love for the number of kids we're planning on having!

    Names I love but probably wouldn't use are Dash (boy) and Henley (girl). I love Henley but its too much like my maiden name :/ Also Callesie for a girl, nn Callie. Bit too Game of Thrones though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Lost In The Fifties~ View Post
    I have DD - R.aven & DS - M.emphis, if we have another child and it's a boy he will be Wolf, lucky for me DH likes weird names!
    I love M.emphis!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Lost In The Fifties~ View Post
    I have DD - R.aven & DS - M.emphis, if we have another child and it's a boy he will be Wolf, lucky for me DH likes weird names!
    I love the name Memphis!!! I asked dh if he likes it but he says it reminds him too much of some country song. Sigh. And I would use raven too but a character in our favorite book series is tessa but her nn is raven (cos she has raven black hair)

    You have awesome taste. I love those names

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    Quote Originally Posted by maranoa View Post
    What does the dots mean? M.emphis?
    It just means that it doesn't show up in google. Means its more anonymous for the other poster.

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    Phoenix! But its the dogs name now
    And i love Aurora cos of sleeping beauty...but DH says people would have associated it with Aurora Borealis

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsHoward View Post
    Phoenix! But its the dogs name now
    And i love Aurora cos of sleeping beauty...but DH says people would have associated it with Aurora Borealis

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    Aurora reminds me of my mums hairdresser who is this hilarious robust older woman who makes really dirty jokes always a crackup going to wait for mum to get a blow dry

    I really like the name 'Lux' from the virgin suicides movie.

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    I wanted to name my baby Australia if it was a girl. Just as we'll I had a boy!

    But funny enough, I still like the name.


 

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