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    Hope it all goes well for them

    I can picture it'll be a girl.

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    Default Kate is in labour!

    I think it's sad that it was announced that she had been admitted to hospital. I know she knew the life she was getting into but it's sad that she never gets the awesome experience of announcing the arrival, gender and name of her baby.

    ETA and it also sucks that she couldn't call the baby Kneekoal (Nicole) if she wanted to :-P

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    Alice is nice for a girl. I wouldn't think they'd use Henry because that's Harry's real name. I'm hoping for James if it's a boy, so much better than George.
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    Girl. I am thinking about 7lb 10. Name - Charlotte Diana Mary

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiseOldOwl View Post
    Alice is nice for a girl. I wouldn't think they'd use Henry because that's Harry's real name. I'm hoping for James if it's a boy, so much better than George.
    I really like James for a boy too. Although isn't James and George a little bit Bill & Benish? Not that it bothers me. Just that those flower pots were just terrifying.

    Annyyyway Charlotte & 7p 8o

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    I think 8 pound 2 baby boy. Edward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaraMum View Post
    I really like James for a boy too. Although isn't James and George a little bit Bill & Benish? Not that it bothers me. Just that those flower pots were just terrifying.

    Annyyyway Charlotte & 7p 8o
    a little off topic but my aunt has three daughters, all who had their first babies- all boys- very close together. Thomas, Henry and James I wanted the next baby to be something like Boco or Whiff but alas, no.


    I'm hoping girl. 6lb 5oz, Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.

    If its a boy ill stick with the same weight, and say Frederick James. (Just to be completely different )

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    *freaking out* why is everyone saying Charlotte? What have I missed?!

    I thought girl until I started posting so I will say boy.

    Thomas Charles Xavier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    a little off topic but my aunt has three daughters, all who had their first babies- all boys- very close together. Thomas, Henry and James I wanted the next baby to be something like Boco or Whiff but alas, no.

    I'm hoping girl. 6lb 5oz, Charlotte Elizabeth Diana.

    If its a boy ill stick with the same weight, and say Frederick James. (Just to be completely different )
    Oh god I am so sleep deprived. Ive just sat here staring at the there names going "The hells wierd about that? This Nomsie is a strange one..." So i asked BIL who is here for food and he looked at me in shame and said "Its the trains ya fool...." then raided my pantry.

    What a brain fart. . .

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