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    Quote Originally Posted by BlissedOut View Post
    He is the God of everything.
    Ah - sorry. Had just gone on what a PP has said.

    Well, that being the case, I stand by my 'OTT' comment.

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    I just love the sound of Oden.. I don't know why. There's something about it. I feel like its a very strong name but then I think of a dogs name as well.. It makes me think of the dog from Garfield.. I think his name was Otis??

    Now that somebody said Indianna sounds like trailer trash.. I've been turned off.

    The reason I'm thinking of Saige instead of Sage is because I think of the name Paige and feel that it'd help people pronounce it better.. No?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly View Post
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    Jett
    River
    Odin

    Willow
    Indianna
    Saige

    Have you got something to name OP? Or just for funzies?
    Hahaha DH and I are planning on smashing out number 2 (as he likes to say lol) this time, next year.
    I chose DS's name18 months before he was born... I like to be organized lol I've been thinking about it a lot lately as well.

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    I LOVE the name Odin. It's at the top of our list for boy's names and if DD had been born a boy it would be her name now. It's certainly a name that divides people, though! (BTW SugarSkull, the dog in Garfield was Odie, which is very close to Odin and a possible nickname, so I can see where you're coming from!)

    I actually like River for a girl rather than a boy. Probably from watching Firefly and Doctor Who, both of which had awesome female characters called River.

    Our daughter's middle name is Sage so I certainly like that name. I love Willow too.

    Not a huge fan of Jett or Indianna. They just seem very American to me, which is fine if you are American or you like American names, but they're just not my cup of tea.

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    We had a dog named Odin too. I like Saige spelling better I think it looks more prettier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvilWombatQueen View Post
    I LOVE the name Odin. It's at the top of our list for boy's names and if DD had been born a boy it would be her name now. It's certainly a name that divides people, though! (BTW SugarSkull, the dog in Garfield was Odie, which is very close to Odin and a possible nickname, so I can see where you're coming from!)

    I actually like River for a girl rather than a boy. Probably from watching Firefly and Doctor Who, both of which had awesome female characters called River.

    Our daughter's middle name is Sage so I certainly like that name. I love Willow too.

    Not a huge fan of Jett or Indianna. They just seem very American to me, which is fine if you are American or you like American names, but they're just not my cup of tea.
    You're my kinda gal : D Yep, you're awesome. It's official.

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    Quote Originally Posted by melimum View Post
    We had a dog named Odin too. I like Saige spelling better I think it looks more prettier.
    I think it looks prettier as well. Paige isn't spelt Page so I don't think Saige should be spelt as Sage. Looks very blah.

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    I prefer sage but spelt correctly without the "I".
    Paige is the correct spelling for that name. People would be more likely to spell sage without the "I" anyway, as that is how the herb is spelt and how the word meaning "wise" is also spelt. Adding an I would confuse the issue IMO

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    Another variation for you could be India instead of Indianna if you have been put off by the trailer park comment

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    The only one of those I quite like is Willow
    :-)

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