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    Instead of Tycho, perhaps Tyler with a nn of Ty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    Some cheek he's got all right! It's not like he endured the Tycho lube with dildo cam or injections or med side effects is it?!! What were your personal top 3?
    @Tahli yes exactly! He just had to use the porn room at the clinic a few times (and they had a beer fridge....)

    Well, I didn't keep a personal list, any name that came up I ran it past him and then just moved onto the next until we agreed on 3 but I'd like another gaelic name I reckon.

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    I love Alexander, and you could use Sasha as a nn instead of Alex. (Sasha is traditionally a boys name). Or Xander.

    What about Wyatt? That's go well with Cormac.

    Edit just saw your comment on Xander. DH nixed it for the same reason

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    Imagine if all we had to do was pleasure ourselves and enjoy a glass of wine! IVF is suddenly soundly a lot more attractive!!
    Did he vito all Gaelic names you suggested? I like Sasha (Alexander).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    Imagine if all we had to do was pleasure ourselves and enjoy a glass of wine! IVF is suddenly soundly a lot more attractive!!
    Did he vito all Gaelic names you suggested? I like Sasha (Alexander).
    He did. I might give it another shot though, see if I can wear him down. I haven't heard of Sasha as a variant of Alexander...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bongley View Post
    He did. I might give it another shot though, see if I can wear him down. I haven't heard of Sasha as a variant of Alexander...........
    Yup. Most Sasha's in Europe are guys, as it's a Slavic nickname for Alexander. It's become more a girls name, but a little boy called Sasha is cute as.

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    I really like Elliot and the Elliots I've known are just Elliot no nn.
    I LOVE Cormac though and have such a soft spot for Celtic names - my boys are Hamish and Clancy

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    My little nephew was almost Sasha. Love it. Fitted perfectly with his strong surname.
    I'd choose your favourite name and when bubs is being lifted out of you say something along the lines of "hello our beautiful Oisin" (with emotional tears of love for extra effect). How can he argue when you're in such a vulnerable state...AND you've just gifted him another son, seriously?!! Devious but possibly effective!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tahli View Post
    My little nephew was almost Sasha. Love it. Fitted perfectly with his strong surname.
    I'd choose your favourite name and when bubs is being lifted out of you say something along the lines of "hello our beautiful Oisin" (with emotional tears of love for extra effect). How can he argue when you're in such a vulnerable state...AND you've just gifted him another son, seriously?!! Devious but possibly effective!!!
    Hahaha! I love it! I best get practicing. *squirts onion juice in eyes*


 

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