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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    Somebody in my local mum FB posted this the other day, apparently they're mostly old traditional names that people are scared to use for whatever reason. I'd never, ever heard of most of them but we have a couple Jagos in our neighborhood.

    http://www.mumsnet.com/baby-names/na...Bnames%2Bbrave
    Love the names delilah and jago. My son has an old 13th century gaelic name, we're lovers of the really old names here.

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    I made a joke once that if we had a boy we would name him Steven Stephen and if it was a girl Samantha Stephen. DW veto'd both choices so quickly I didn't even finish my sentence. Still waiting to torture the parents in jest however.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chekry View Post
    I made a joke once that if we had a boy we would name him Steven Stephen and if it was a girl Samantha Stephen. DW veto'd both choices so quickly I didn't even finish my sentence. Still waiting to torture the parents in jest however.
    It's always tough to pick a good name when you've got the "first name for a last name" scenario to work with!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chekry View Post
    I made a joke once that if we had a boy we would name him Steven Stephen and if it was a girl Samantha Stephen. DW veto'd both choices so quickly I didn't even finish my sentence. Still waiting to torture the parents in jest however.
    I worked with a guy named Stanley Stanley....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankenmum View Post
    I worked with a guy named Stanley Stanley....
    I won't even lie, as horrible as this is...I laughed. Poor Stanley, he'd get that reaction from everyone he meets!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple iPhart6 View Post
    I won't even lie, as horrible as this is...I laughed. Poor Stanley, he'd get that reaction from everyone he meets!
    He was a good sport about it What else can you do with a name like that!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lillynix View Post
    I love Van as well! It was on my short list for DS2 and DS3. Jethro and Wolf were also on those lists. Those in the know will understand

    DS1 and DS2 have correctly spelt, but unusual (but totally legit) names. Whilst DD and DS3 have more traditional names. We got the best of both worlds!
    DS was almost Jethro, guess what I watched a lot of when I was pregnant! Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Zeddie View Post
    DS was almost Jethro, guess what I watched a lot of when I was pregnant! Lol
    My DS name is also from a tv show..although its one i used watch as a tween

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Zeddie View Post
    DS was almost Jethro, guess what I watched a lot of when I was pregnant! Lol
    My son is Jethro.

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    I love the name Jethro.


 

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