What did you name your baby?
Kandyce - posted on 06/17/2009
My daughters name is Austen Aquila the Austen is just something the hubby came up with and the Aquila is for my great great grandmother(whose name was India Aquila, but everyone called Judy!?)
That's so cute that you named your little girl Austen! Our little boy's name is Austen also, spelled exactly the same! I didn't want to give him just he plain old spelling so we replaced the "i" with and "e" and I thought I would probably never see that again!
His full name is Austen Reed......Austen is as explained above and the Reed is my mother in laws maiden name! We were trying to keep some family influence's in the names we picked!
Tory - posted on 06/15/2009
My daughter's name is Madeline Grace. She was born on January 4th.
There are so many beautiful names out there. I picked this only because I liked it - no family connection - and it went well with her father's last name. I didn't know what I was having but I never did choose a boy's name. I couldn't decide and I was pretty sure I was having a girl anyway! (But I did tell the guy who gave me the epidural I would name a boy after him! LOL)
Another Mady Grace, sweet! Ours is Madelyn Grace and we do call her Mady!
Michelle - posted on 06/11/2009
Niall (pronounced Nile, like the river) Jacob. Our older two are Noah Gustave (pronounced gus tove, not the way my side would pronounce it) middle name after his paternal Grandfather's middle and Great Grandfather's 1st name and Naomi Devina (middle meaning coming from the sir-name Devine, my maiden name) . They thought that the baby should have an "N" name as well and I found Niall (Irish form of Neal, meaning the champion) in a Nora Roberts book and Jacob was my Grandfather's 1st name, though he went by George. We wanted different names but not ones they would be teased over..I was one of 8 Michelle's in my elementary school class.
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