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  • Alice Lucy S.tuart

    1 4.35%
  • Alice Ivy S.tuart

    8 34.78%
  • Alice Daisy S.tuart

    3 13.04%
  • Alice Grace S.tuart

    4 17.39%
  • Alice Matilde S.tuart

    2 8.70%
  • Alice Mailda S.tuart

    3 13.04%
  • Alice Emma S.tuart

    2 8.70%
  • Other - pls suggest

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    Talking So what should we call baby button??

    Girls name we have always known - just need to decide on a middle name from:
    1. Alice Lucy S.tuart
    2. Alice Ivy S.tuart
    3. Alice Daisy S.tuart
    4. Alice Grace S.tuart
    5. Alice Matilde S.tuart
    6. Alice Matilda S.tuart (sorry typo in the poll options)
    7. Alice Emma S.tuart

    Boys names I have always found impossible - since my pregnancy 3yrs ago I have never really found a name that was 'right'. Would welcome all suggestions!

    We both kinda like
    • Jackson (Jax)
    • Banjo (don't know if I could actually use this one though - maybe as a middle name)
    I like names like to give you an idea of other suggestions
    • Sam
    • Max
    • Finn
    • I love Alfie, Archie and Archer but hubby said isn't keen and says they not 'real names' ie. He would have to be called Alfred. I said we could just call him Alfie?
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    Love love love the name Alice - was on our list for DD. I really like Alice Ivy or Alice Daisy (really loving the name Daisy at the moment).

    For boys, I think Alfie can be a name on its own (alternative 'full name' can be Alan rather than Alfred). I really like the names Alfie, Finn and Max from your list.

    Other suggestions:
    Alexander
    Liam
    Flynn
    Milo
    Eli
    Leo
    Jude

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    Alice Daisy is my pick. Finn was top of my list for DS2 but DP didn't like it either. Archer is nice, then his official name doesn't end in 'ie' but he could still go by Archie.

    If you use Alfie/Alfred and your surname is S.t.uart - he may sound a little like a well known Home and Away character... Not that that should put you off! Your little Alfie will be around long after the other one isn't!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babymay View Post
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    If you use Alfie/Alfred and your surname is S.t.uart - he may sound a little like a well known Home and Away character... Not that that should put you off! Your little Alfie will be around long after the other one isn't!
    Oh yeh, I didn't even think of that

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    Love all of them!

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    My name is Alice! I have always loved my name and love to see other little ones named the same!
    I am Alice Katherine....

    Also love the name Samuel, Sam, but that is because my son is named Samuel!

    Good luck with your pregnancy and the name game!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babymay View Post
    If you use Alfie/Alfred and your surname is S.t.uart - he may sound a little like a well known Home and Away character... Not that that should put you off! Your little Alfie will be around long after the other one isn't!
    Hahaha, I was going to plug Alfie (as it is my DS's name) until I saw this!

    For a girl I like Alice Matilde :-)

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    Love Alice daisy!!!

    For a boy:
    Braxton
    I'm biased though.

    Other boys names we liked were:
    Porter
    Parker
    Eli
    Leo
    Lucas
    Riley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buttoneska View Post
    Girls name we have always known - just need to decide on a middle name from:
    1. Alice Lucy S.tuart
    2. Alice Ivy S.tuart
    3. Alice Daisy S.tuart
    4. Alice Grace S.tuart
    5. Alice Matilde S.tuart
    6. Alice Matilda S.tuart (sorry typo in the poll options)
    7. Alice Emma S.tuart

    Boys names I have always found impossible - since my pregnancy 3yrs ago I have never really found a name that was 'right'. Would welcome all suggestions!

    We both kinda like
    • Jackson (Jax)
    • Banjo (don't know if I could actually use this one though - maybe as a middle name)
    I like names like to give you an idea of other suggestions
    • Sam
    • Max
    • Finn
    • I love Alfie, Archie and Archer but hubby said isn't keen and says they not 'real names' ie. He would have to be called Alfred. I said we could just call him Alfie?
    Love Alice Ivy, Alice Daisy and Alice Grace. Love Banjo, Finn, Alfie and Archer (of course ).

    I knew a Banjo growing up, cool name.

    Oh and I don't watch Home & Away, so didn't make that reference. Don't let a dodgy Aussie soapy sway you

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    I think I'm like your dh. I like whole names. I couldn't do just sam, Ben etc
    Yet I named dd Lilly instead of Lillian

    I like Eli for boys but I'd probably go Elijah and do Eli for short.

    I like Finn and Flynn.

    I like Zander (but to be that's short for Alexander )

    Sorry button I couldn't resist saying Benjamin for baby button


 

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