Hmmm. I have a Roman and an Evelyn, and we’re searching for a name for baby girl #2. I’m leaning toward Cecelia or Sylvia, but my husband likes neither. Apparently my first two have conservatives names but the names I like for my unborn are liberal!
posted on 06/07/2013 4:17:58 PM PDT
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>>Apparently my first two have conservatives names but the names I like for my unborn are liberal!<<
“Sarah” is good. I have always liked “Tory.” Maybe “FMCDH” (FemCadish)?
posted on 06/07/2013 4:22:41 PM PDT
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posted on 06/07/2013 4:25:17 PM PDT
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As I grow older, I find I am liking the old names. Ezekiel and other Biblical names, like Mary, are just grand.
I also like old-fashioned Southern names, like Bess and, yes Rhett.
I also like Alice and Max. And Christie.
posted on 06/07/2013 4:28:15 PM PDT
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I have a Roman and an Evelyn
I assume Roman is a boy and Evelyn is a girl, although in England, Evelyn is a boy's name.
posted on 06/07/2013 4:36:51 PM PDT
by Fiji Hill
If I ever have a daughter, I like the name Shiloh quite a bit.
For boys names I like Rhett and Silas.
posted on 06/07/2013 5:17:45 PM PDT
by Wyrd bið ful aræd
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Re: Cecelia, it is a lovely name, but I can’t help but think of the Simon & Garfunkle song by that name:
Making love in the afternoon with Cecilia
Up in my bedroom (making love)
I got up to wash my face
When I come back to bed
Someone’s taken my place
Cecilia, you’re breaking my heart
You’re shaking my confidence daily
Oh, Cecilia, I’m down on my knees
I’m begging you please to come home
Come on home
posted on 06/07/2013 5:46:48 PM PDT
posted on 06/07/2013 6:23:42 PM PDT
by Bigg Red
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