Funny how that name adelaide is becoming more popular, i seen it for the first time 3 years ago at my grandmothers funeral on a tombstone & it was a lady who had passed in 1930 i think & i remember thinking what a great name & it must be an old one that no one uses anymore, so ever since then i loved that name & still never knew or heard of anyone talking about it until recently, I wanted that as our little girls first name but my husband is dead set on Melody so her name will be Melody Adelaide Cates :) I can't even believe were having a girl haha he has 2 boys already & his father had nothing but boys so it was a shocker!!
My BFs great grandma was named Ada... i actually looked after her in LTC and she was called Ada for short... i think its a cute name but i also thought she was such a cute woman so its an easy name to like :)
@Heatherm4 - It was in the top 100 back in the 1920-1930's. I loved it but everyone kind of thought me crazy... Just like when I wanted cupcakes at my wedding (which by the way has been the talk of the town since the wedding might I add).. But then I thought well how can I use it and thats how I came up with the Adalynn. Its a darling name if I can say so myself and something that isnt super popular. I wanted unique but not weird. The Rose for her middle name though comes from my wonderful friend who has that mididle name... Although she doesnt know that yet :) I have yet to tell her lol
My hubby and I are still up in the air between 3
Paxton Grace - hubby liked it, I think Paxton is a boys name personally
Peyton grace or Aria LyAnn (pronounced Leeann) we combined our mothers middle names- lynn and Ann
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