Eva for a baby girl
Boy, Cody<br />
Girl Cheyyenne (*pronouncdc, shy ann)
how about blue
azhaire / hadrian / kintan
Finn/George and Paloma/florence
It's just my personal choice...<br />
For a girl: <br />
For a boy:<br />
Megan-Rose and Daisy-May Paul-James
My last name has twelve letters in it and when my kids came along we gave them long first names just to screw with computer banks as some are not set up to accomodate that many letters. We named our daughter Rebecca and our son is named Jonathon
If you're A/A you can take the alphabet and shuffle it around any which way and come up with a god-awful sounding name that no one's ever heard of, can't pronounce. and can't remember. Get a job in a welfare office and you'll see what I mean.
Look in the bible for names
boy ... Garret<br />
Girl ... Katrina
Girl - Rosalie<br />
Boy - Jackson
Apple will be like my name...when she gets to kindergarten the teacher will call "Apple" and half the class answers.Then it's...Apple B. Apple S. and so on or Apple Ann,Apple Betty:-( Hint...Gertrude was once the fashion too
I always wanted to name my kids either Alex, Gerard, or Elena.
Raini, Indigo, Valentina, Lavender, Harmony, Bella, Gracie May, Magnolia (Maggie) Grace, Summer Lily, Dakota, Lauren, Erica, Catalina (Cat, Lina, TaLina)<br />
Ty, short for Tyler, Travis, Eric, <br />
My Favourite:<br />
- Latika<br />
- Oksanna<br />
- Petra<br />
- Yxonomei <br />
All girls... I don't want any boys so... have yet to come up with any...
Doktor Paj Jr.
Sonnet Use for both boy or girl... nickname is Sunny/Sonny
Toby or Tara