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    Boys names were easier for us. We both decided on only one girls name and luckily we had a girl! If this next bub is a girl, it will be difficult to find another girls name we love just as much as dd1's
    We have 2 boys names but have already decided on the one we want.

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    Choosing girls names harder for sure. So many up popular girls in my younger years so dont wanna use their names. Got plenty of boys names though.

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    Boys names are harder for us. Dh and I want a boy's name which is strong yet modern, unique yet not difficult to say.
    Thankfully I'm not pregnant because gees it's going to be hard to choose if I have a boy next lol.

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    I always find boys names harder. Had 2 girls already, and find out gender of this one this week. DH is not even considering girls names when I suggest them, he just says "You can't call a boy 'Sarah'" (as an example) because he is SO very determined that it will be a boy... or else lol. But we can never agree on names for either gender anyway. He likes stupid names, whereas I like awesome ones.

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    We find boys names harder too, we have had two boys and had to dig really deep and argue for a long time before deciding on the right name. We have about 5 girls names picked that we are looking forward to using if we are ever lucky enough to get a girl.

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    As a couple, girl's names are much harder. DP's fave girls names all sound like characters in fantasy books to me, and my faves according to him are more suited to the local bingo hall or RSL. luckily we both like strong, traditional but not overly popular boy's names.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eleven3Eleven View Post
    Hi everyone,

    Just wondering which gender you think was hardest for you to find names for?

    For us it was boy names.

    When I was pregnant we had about 20 girls names and 3 boys names. Half way through my pregnancy we had a girls name picked out (Kaylee Delilah-Rose) but we were arguing over boy names (I wanted Connor and DP wanted Marshall). Then DS was born and we ended up going with a different boys name anyway (Clarkson James). So yes for us girls names were much easier and if I ever have a girl I already have her name picked(different from above) but am stuffed if I ever have another boy.

    So what about you? Boys or girls?
    It varied from pregnancy to pregnancy, but I'd have to say boy. If I have another daughter one day I KNOW what I'd like to name her (that is if it was all my decision) but with boy names I like a few different names and some of them have already been used by friends and family.


 

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