thanks girls! DH doesnt like any of my names, so ive got 4 more months to convince him lol, hopefully he will like at least one! i think i said in my post we narrowed it down, but i meant I narrowed it down, haha
I work at a childcare center.we carry infants up to school age. i can tell you that on our waiting list for infants (born and still cooking) we have 5 haylee's and 2 jayden's. I would go with Kennedy or Brooklyn. I tried to name my kids with not so common names...lol. I ended up with a Bethany, Ethan and Lorelai. would you know my kids all know at least one if not two with their name! amazing!
thanks for the heads up on the haylees and jaydens, i looked online and jayden was way down on the list, but it as probably out dated anyways, i know ive heard it a few times lol, i thought taylor faith was original at the time, haha poor DD will have the same name as many of her classmates growing up......
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