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    Default Set aside for a 'Rainy Day'

    I have had both my boys, and DH and I are pretty certain we are done having babies. BUT I am already pondering on baby names. Not actively looking, but it's a subject I think I am going to miss discussing.

    Soooo for those who have just had a baby or aren't having anymore. Have you secretly got baby names set aside for a 'rainy day?'

    I often think if I did mystically have another, i'd be buggered for boys names.
    I am wondering if I would use the girls names I had set aside for my boys. (Arya Carrie and Mollie Elizabeth)

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    Yes, I still really like the name Harper for a girl and kind of wish we got to use it. 5 kids are enough for us though

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    I still love the name Orla, but my rainy day would be the day DP loses her mind and lets me name a girl this!

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    Yes... I've got 8 girls names for my octuplets I'm having one rainy day!

    Audrey
    Clementine
    Hazel
    Ivy
    Olive
    Daisy
    Polly
    Mabel

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    I'm about to have my second boy, and I don't think I will/ even want to have any more...but I have a girl's name picked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    Yes... I've got 8 girls names for my octuplets I'm having one rainy day!

    Audrey
    Clementine
    Hazel
    Ivy
    Olive
    Daisy
    Polly
    Mabel
    hehe, you could just have 1 baby, and use all the names. She would just have a LOT of middle initials :P

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    I want to use Judah and Reuben, but I also want to name my next boy after DH (letter for letter, all 26 letters), I don't want more than 4 kids and I don't want to use them together.

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    I love Lou, Elsie, Amina, Bessie, Khadija and Mena for a girl and Wyatt, Rupert, Khaled, Zaid and Zayne for a boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombiekitty View Post
    I love Lou, Elsie, Amina, Bessie, Khadija and Mena for a girl and Wyatt, Rupert, Khaled, Zaid and Zayne for a boy.
    I like Elsie, it for some reason makes me also think of Sadie.


 

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