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We definitely have a pattern started of 2 syllable names ending in 'a' with a one syllable middle name. So far our favorite names are Phoebe for a girl and Asher for a boy but neither of those fit our pattern. Should we stick with the pattern or no? I'm worried baby3 will feel left out... Open to suggestions. TIAEDIT TO ADD: Last name is 2 syllables and starts with 'w'.

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If baby #3 is a boy, I would like to honor my late grandfather in some way. His name was Jerry Dee. As much as i loved him, I'm not terribly fond of either name. Any suggestions? Is there a name, other than Jeremiah (nms) that Jerry could be short for? I like Jay, but it seems to be a bit of a stretch.I'm open to either a fn or mn placement. One option we'd consider is Desmond Jay.Our son is Theodore Robert. Thanks!

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4/12/2019
Little mans name is Sterling We are giving him my brothers middle name which is Arthur. His older brother has a double middle name. Trying to decide to follow that trend or just a single middle name.

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I have a three year old named Levi Daniel Jones. We have had another boy named picked out for years but never a girls name! We either can’t agree on anything, know someone that ruined the name, Or just plain don’t love it. Here are some of my list, just let me know which name you think goes best with Levi and Jones as a last name! Thank you! I’m desperate! LaineyHannahSage Grace Thea Charlie Lily

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4/12/2019
We're getting close to the end, so we'd love some help narrowing down.

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We are considering the name Ezra for a baby girl. We know it’s traditionally a boy’s name, but we are in love with it. Please leave suggestions for a middle name and keep the comments positive. Thank you!

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3/21/2019
We are expecting our second girl and of course only had decided on a boy's name. We want to use Willa to honor FIL who passed away (FN was William). I think I prefer it as a MN but it doesn't seem to flow with anything I come up with so it will likely be a FN.Other names I like:SavannahIsabelleAdelaideCharlotte For reference DS is Phillip and DD is Gemma. Any input is appreciated

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3/7/2019
Let's play the name game!Your name has to start with the letter of the last name of the post above you. Boy or girl!I will start: Jolene

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2/18/2019
Thoughts on the name Dorothy? Nickname would be Dot. Any other names with dot as a nickname? My my other two girls are Le.ona & Sl.oane

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If you looking for a home in Western PA or in the Pittsburgh Area, look no further than Realtor Sara Petrie from Howard Hanna Real Estate Services. Her experience speaks for itself with over 27 years in Sales and Marketing. And there's no one in the area that will understand your needs as your family grows. Sara is a mom of 5 kids, and understands the stresses, hard work and sure willpower that come with a large family. Whether you're a family of three or more, your ever growing family will...

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Once upon a time, tv commercials were America's common language. They were catchy, they were inescapable, they were universal. In the glory days of network tv, you might not have watched the exact same shows as your neighbors, but you definitely knew not to squeeze the Charmin, asked "Where's the beef?," and could sing all the words to the "Meow Mix" cat food song. (Spoiler: they're all "meow.") For the ultimate proof of the impact of vintage tv ads, I present baby names. Meet three names that...

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Unusual, but not weird. Not trendy, but not outdated either. Easy to spell and pronounce, but not ordinary? If that's your impossible baby name target, no worries, we've got you covered. We've tracked down 16 boys' names that are familiar, usable, and perennially rare. So rare, in fact, that none of them has ever ranked among the top 300 names in America. Even the likes of Millard and Wilmer have managed to climb higher than that. The rarity should make any of these names distinctive to your...

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A brand-new year means brand-new baby name trends. Here are eight best bets for 2019 style. These names were all unusual last year, but their combination of fashionable sound and new, breakout star power has them poised to rise in the year ahead. Baker (M)This energetic surname was left behind by the tradesman trend that sent names like Carter, Cooper, Tyler and Parker to the top. Thanks to Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield, that should change in a hurry. Kiki (F)The name Kiki has...

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It all started with a spring picnic. In April, two African-American men fired up a grill for a cookout in an Oakland, California park. A white woman who was passing by objected to their grilling in that location, demanded that they leave, and ultimately called the police on their picnic. A video of the incident went viral, and on the internet the woman was dubbed "BBQ Becky." The derisive nickname quickly became a template. Throughout the year, more white women who called the police on their...

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Names change with the times, reflect the times, and help shape the times. These three names all helped define the times of 2018. Photo: Getty Images Abcde. In November, an outraged mother accused a Southwest Airlines gate agent of publicly "name shaming" her five-year-old daughter. Seeing the girl's unconventional name, the agent laughed and pointed and commented loudly to other employees. Most shockingly, the agent took a photo of the young girl's boarding pass and posted it to social media....

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Oh, those hidden o's. They're the special ingredient in hot names from Margot to Willow to Pharaoh. End a name in the sound "o," but not the letter o, and you have a recipe for high style. The final o may be cloaked by a silent letter, as in Harlow and Shiloh, or an alternate spelling may lead to a similar sound, as in Beau. The effect of the spelling is subtle, but it shapes the name's impact. Think of how different Harlow and Arlo feel, despite being just a breath apart in pronunciation. I...

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The sound of the times in girls' names is freshness with a liquid grace. It's no surprise, then that Hawaiian names are on the rise, both in the Hawaiian Islands and throughout the United States. Their distinctive flow is a perfect twist on current style, and captures the imagination, too. If you're looking for genuine Hawaiian girls' names that are currently popular in Hawaii, you can scroll down now to browse the list. But if you'd like a little more background on Hawaiian names, read...

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Familiar names, rare names. The two are opposites. Yet a handful of names manage to hit both contradictory targets, and zero in on the style bullseye at the same time. I've uncovered 15 examples of girls' names that have flown consistently under the radar. Not only are they rare today, but they've never been popular in the United States. None has ever ranked among America's top 300 girls' names, a bar low enough that even names like Elva and Floy have crossed it. That makes them true...

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Ready to make a time capsule of the year, in name form? It's time to choose the 2018 Name of the Year—together. Our annual Name of the Year honors the way that names change with the times, and the way they capture the times. Looking back at past NOTY choices, you can feel the movement of culture and history: Barack in 2007; Siri in 2011; even Boaty McBoatface in 2016. The honorees have included names of babies and adults, of real people and fictional, of idealized concepts and viral jokes....

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It turns out the Mayflower passengers inspire us in more than their persevering spirit and incredible vision. Embarking in 1620, parents from Delfshaven, Holland and London, England sailed the Atlantic at great risk in order to establish a New World. While many of them liked traditional names such as William and Mary, there are plenty of surprises among the baby names chosen by these first colonists. Photo: Getty Images GIRLS ABOARD THE MAYFLOWER RememberWhat the Pilgrims intended for a moral...

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