Mar. 15th, 2007

[identity profile] rubytitania.livejournal.com
A girl on my friends list just had a baby and called her Angelica Indigo.

What do you think? I think it's pretty.

New Baby

Mar. 15th, 2007 03:34 pm
[identity profile] kati-d.livejournal.com
The family I nanny for welcomed their 4th daughter to the world this morning at 9:20. (after only 2 hours of labor).

Tierney Joy _____ joins big sisters Kaeley Jordan(9), Cassidy Jean(6) and Mackenzie Jade(4). They all have very Irish/Gelic names. It was a must for the middle names to start with J's. Apparently its a family tradition.

What do you think?
[identity profile] thiscantbesoy.livejournal.com
A friend of mine recently posted an LJ entry about some kids she knew.

Twins: Daryl & LaDaryl

And: Loinsworth





I very nearly passed away from the laughing.
[identity profile] bornto-fly.livejournal.com
you give birth to sextuplets - three girls and three boys. what do you name them?

Mine )
[identity profile] babyjess8.livejournal.com
My friends kept the name of their baby a secret until he was born, because they knew that as soon as they told people what they liked someone else would "steal" it. Now I know names are not copyrite but still some people have original names that they like and want to ensure they stay original (and are not taken for friends children!)

Here is my point... when I was about 15ish, maybe younger (so about 7 years ago), I read a book and fell in love with the main character - a blonde guitar playing, sandy haired surfer. After discovering his name meant "Happy one" I instantly decided my future son would have his name.

Up until now I've heard it used sparingly, but all of a sudden it seems to be more and more popular, and it's bugging me. Everywhere I turn on this forum has it listed. I LOVE the name so much, and have for a long time, but the impending 'common-ness' kinda irritates me. Has anyone had a similar problem??

(FYI the name in question is Asher...)

So, wdyt?

Mar. 15th, 2007 11:39 pm
[identity profile] stormimay.livejournal.com
For a family who likes unusual names but not completely out there names.
For a boy:

Justice Galen

Justice means, well, justice. Galen means tranquil, or peace.

Also, can anyone think of a good boys first name that will go with McWhorter as a middle name?
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