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    Default Help us get the ball rolling!

    We have a surprise baby! But being our 4th we are stuck, help us get the ball rolling for a 4th name so far we have:
    William Oswald (he's my stepson so not a name I would have picked but we love him)
    Hilary Grace
    Fiona Joy

    Let us know a boy and a girl you might think would go.

    For a boy I was thinking Heath Edward John but I'm not sure if Heath fits?!

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    Oh and can anyone think of a way to use Rodney without actually using it? How would we pay homage to it? An awful name IMO but would love to tie my dad in some how if it's a boy.
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    Roderick?

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    Default Help us get the ball rolling!

    Girls names I think might match are:

    Chelsea
    Clara
    Miranda
    Margot
    Laura
    Lauren
    Harriet
    Isobel
    Beatrice
    Dorothy
    Eleanor
    Evelyn
    Greta
    Quinn

    I particularly like the combo Margot Rose, unfortunately my DP said no to Margot

    And for the record, I like Heath and I think it would be nice with your sibset
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    You could use rodney as a senond middle name, we did that with DS and its very rarely used

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    I wouldn't go for 3 names if All the other kids only have 2. I like the previous suggestion if working Roderick/Rhoderick into the name. Eg Nathan Rhoderick

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    Nate Roderick
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    Rhoda Emmerson (thinking Rhoda to try and incorporate Rodney)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Super Trooper View Post
    Girls names I think might match are:

    I particularly like the combo Margot Rose, unfortunately my DP said no to Margot

    And for the record, I like Heath and I think it would be nice with your sibset
    I LOVE Margot! But my stepsons grandmother is Margaret so I feel awkward using it. But Margot was on my list until I realised with my current squish.

    I also like your suggestion of Harriet for a girl but I wonder if it looks odd to have to names starting with 'H'? But that doesn't stop me much.

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    I love the name Heath.

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    I love Lillian for a girl and Roderick is a great way to pay homage to Rodney.


 

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