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    Conrad, Charlie, Christian, Christopher, Corey
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    Oh I love Chelsea too, was on the short list with my daughter Christopher is a great name too. Would you believe I've had people saying I should looking into Aboriginal names since the baby will be Aboriginal? I never know what to say to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Secret of Cleo View Post
    Oh I love Chelsea too, was on the short list with my daughter Christopher is a great name too. Would you believe I've had people saying I should looking into Aboriginal names since the baby will be Aboriginal? I never know what to say to that.
    Are these people that know your situation??
    I mean, yeah, you could, but I would imagine that the male involved in the conception is hardly someone you want to give any consideration to, under the circumstances, culturally or otherwise. I guess aboriginality can complicate the issues you are already facing though.
    In your shoes I'd probably tell them to get stuffed. If your child is interested in learning about aboriginal culture at some point, well and good, I'd probably not worry about it until then, tbh.

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    I like Caius for a boy. I know 2 boys and they pronounce it Kay-us (Kay rhymes with May) but I do know someone else who considered the name for their son but they were going to pronounce it Kai-us (Kay rhymes with Guy).

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    I know a little boy named Castiel he gets Cas (pronounced like caz)

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    Boy: I like Cory
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