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After many cycles TTC, I'm overjoyed to be expecting a girl. I've narrowed the possible names down to a few options, but came to learn that my mother isn't terribly fond of either of my top picks. I could use some unbiased opinions, so would you please take a look at these possible choices and tell me what you like best?
Thank all of you for weighing in on the name. I'm not sure what I was thinking when I told my mother. I had to drag feedback out of her, and I got that, "Well, neither of them is my favorite but I don't hate them or anything. Besides, she's your child, not mine." Jeesh! I guess I should be careful what I ask for.... ;)
Julianna is the name that has resonated with me for quite some time. When I was pregnant with my son (and before we knew he was a boy), Julianna is a name my husband suggested. At the time, I thought it was too many syllables, but I love Julianne. It's very soft and feminine, not very common, and will go with a VERY-plain last name (White). Of course, my son is a fan of Evelyn. We'll see! =)
I have heard stories about the child picking the name... Mom & Dad have chosen a name or names then birth happens and everything changes cause the baby tells mom something entirely different... That said I have names for either a boy or girl .... Have had them for the 2 tea I have been trying....
My mother doesn't like them OR the idea of me getting pregnant... So she doesn't get to know!!!
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