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    Mikayla is Mikayla Rose. It's very pretty and I still love it, but I didn't realize how popular Rose was as a middle name until after she was named. Now I just feel like a big copy cat. Plus I constantly call her Mikilou as a nickname, and my mothers name is Louise, so Mikayla Louise would have been a better choice. Oh well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powderpuff View Post
    I love my dd3's name it's so original and probably very few people called the same in Australia (infact in the world!) plus it has special meaning to us. I'm always tempted to suggest it to people looking for help with girls names but then I think no I'll just keep quiet don't want there to be anymore ****'s haha!!
    I'm intrigued!!

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    I love my sons name, it's strong and uncommon but not unheard of. It suits a boy and a man and suits his strong personality.

    I really like DDs name, *almost* love it but not quite - its a little common which was my only issue. Its a beautiful, beautiful name. Her middle name I could take or leave (maddison) but it was important to DH as its his sisters name.

    I don't like their last name AT ALL but I promised DH that although *I* wouldn't take it, I wouldn't deny him his children having it.

    Even though we aren't going to TTC #3 anytime soon I am obsessed with Oakley for a boy :smiledance:

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    My eldest's name is Spelt Kaiden - for some reason when I signed his birth certificate, I added the i, even though I was adament on using the spelling Kaden, I still umm and ahh whether or not to remove the i from his name.

    I'm glad I had a son as my first though, I was looking back on old posts of mine and came across what we were gong to name him had he been a girl - Izzabella, epp what horrible spelling!

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    For our DS to start with we had Connor picked out till a month before he was born when my partner decided he like the name Tyler way better, I didn't like it at first but now it suits him perfect. His middle name is my dads name and his got his dads last name and it all goes well together. My DD I picked her name, it took ages to agree and I hyphened her first name with my great nanas name Anne. So we picked Lilly-Anne as her first and everyone says how beautiful it is. 1 day before she was born I freaked thinking it was weird. But now it's so funny coz it's a elegant name but she is a maniac haha. Hey middle name is a shortened name of my partners name and is jay an her hole name just flows. We are TTC our 3rd and have a girls name picked already lol

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    I only regret giving them FOB's surname... But that will be changed soon enough

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    I freaking adore their first and middle names. I think they are both very strong, beautiful names and their middle names have a lot of meaning to me.

    My only regret is not giving them my surname.
    I've said it before and I'll say it again I absolutely adore their names, I wish I had been able to convince DH to use one of them, but alas it wasn't ment to be


 

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