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    Nope, neither DS or DD.

    However DP's name and his three boys names are all there.

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    Yes and no. Always has been that way. I never worried about where they placed in the top 100. As it turns out my child with a made up name has a friend with the exact same name and spelling, also made up by that child's parents. My child with a super popular name is a teenager and hasn't had that happen yet. We chose names we loved.

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    Yep, and that was deliberate because I wanted it that way

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    No, no, yes.

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    only one of my four children are on the list, Matthew is very biblical/traditional, so i would have been surprised if that name was not on the list. marie.

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    Yes three of them are.

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    Yes x3

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    Omg yes it is it might be closer to 100 but I'm surprised as when I picked it almost 10 years ago no one used it (in Australia)

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    Two are and one isn't. Number one is top ten and number two is in about the sixties.

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    Both boys are, one in the teens and one in the sixties. DD isn't.


 

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