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    I could name a million girls, but still haven't come across any boys names (other than DS's name) that I love.

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    I had a million names for a girl when I was preg, and two for a boy. Thank God DD came along - and I named her Charlotte Mary.

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    I find them equally as hard, I have long lists of boy and girl names, narrowing it down to the name that feels right is the hardest. I have found out the genders of all my kids, so I usually don't fuss much on names until I know what sex they are, more pkay around with ideas and keep a mental note of names I like.

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    Boys have definitely been hardest!

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    Definitely boys names

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    Definitely boys - we have about four or five girls' names we like, but only one boy!

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    Boys names are definately the hardest!!! And DF and I found it harder to agree on boys names too.

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    Boys names are so easy for me, girls are soooo hard.

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    Boys names were always hard for us, although now we have one of each and are looking at TTC number 3 I can't think of any names I like, boy or girl!


 

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