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    Default Help me prove a point...

    My dh wants to name ds2 Neville......
    It's a cute name and all, BUT it's Neville......

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    Lol I just tried to picture a baby called Neville.

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    Lol it reminds me of Neville longbottom from Harry potter.

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    Hahaha! Excellent!! The long bottom one got him.

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    It's awful. Sorry.

    My DH kept suggesting Trevor or Denise when we were deciding on names. He would not take it seriously. It got to the point where I suggested names and he got to veto them, but I stopped asking for his input in suggesting names.

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    Oh dear. Neville is a good name for a fictional character ie Neville Longbottom as already mentioned. That or a 70yo man sitting in a rocking chair with white hair and super long ear/nose hairs with out of control eyebrows...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezty View Post
    Hahaha! Excellent!! The long bottom one got him.
    Glad to be of service.

    I was also going to suggest Neville Bartos from chopper lol

    "Neville f*cking Bartos"

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    When DS2 was in the NICU, one of his little bed mates was called Ernest - always made me smile.

    Neville? Well one of my crazy brilliant friends used to write a comic about Neville the worm, so that's where my head goes!

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    Nickname Nev? No.


 

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