I Dont Know Which Name I Like Better

My daugther name is ariel. my husband wants another baby i like the name cheyanne for a girl or isabella and for a boy i like ayden. Any one have any unique baby names for me?

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16 Responses Mar 15, 2009

These are some names I liked <br />
-storie<br />
-leah<br />
and I namedy girl Marley <br />
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BOY---<br />
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-hayden<br />
-jayden<br />
-jace<br />
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Hope I was a help: )

When I had my first son, it was an induced labour.<br />
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I wasn't asked whether I wanted drugs, I was just shot full of pethidine.<br />
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It didn't help ease the pain one tiny bit: it just brought me into intimate contact with the ceiling between contractions!<br />
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I was so out of it when my son finally emerged that I was barely able to ackowledge the fact that he was a boy, never mind choosing a name!<br />
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Second time around, I refused to have drugs.<br />
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The result was a much more positive experience.

I would not think it is ever to early to think of names for your children.<br />
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I named my sons name up while drugged after delivery. I got the names backwards.<br />
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My GF named her girls McKinna and Patton. Love those names.

Think about it carefully......

Think about it carefully......

Alexis is a nice name.<br />
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If my elder son had been a girl, he'd have been named Bryony.<br />
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Back the (1974) there were no ultrasounds, so you didn't have the opportunity to know what sex your baby would be.<br />
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I had my younger son in 1992 and knew from the first scan that I was having a boy.<br />
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It does make things simpler when it comes to choosing names and buying clothes.

My husband and I are going to try one more time for a girl in 2 years we have a girls name Alexis Morgan but no boys names yet. We have had that name since our first child.

Well I have two sons Gavin Hunter and Braylon Shae

Then you shouldn't be thinking about it!<br />
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He might be happy to have a baby, but will he be happy to help look after it?

If you're considering having a baby just to keep your husband happy, you are NOT ready to go through the whole thing!<br />
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You've been through it once. <br />
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It hurts!<br />
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You really want to go through all that again just cos HE wants it.....!

If your husband wants this baby and you're still THINKING about it, I wonder whether you're really ready for the event......<br />
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Do you REALLY want to go through pregnancy and birth just to satisfy your husband's wish to have another baby.....?

Well, if you like the name, fine.<br />
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As I understand it, you haven't actuqlly conceived this child.......<br />
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Given that conception is a hit-and-miss business at best, I wonder why you seek names in advance of something that may not happen.

Okay!<br />
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I guess we're a little more conservative in the UK......<br />
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I'm not saying that there aren't children who have fashionable names.<br />
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We have a wealth of Kylies, Demis, Shanes, ETc.<br />
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Just beware that naming your child after a celebrity of the day, can disadvantage the child in later years, when the celebrity has been long forgotten!

Midajah.....?<br />
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Where did that come from.....?

My sons are named Asa Jon and Calum Emrys MacDonald.<br />
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My step-daughters are Kathryn Helen and Jade Lucy Rainbow.<br />
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I think the main thing to avoid when naming our children is any forename that can make for great embarrassment when spoken with the surname.<br />
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Examples: Ophelia Balls, Orson Cart................................

How about Kaya for a girl and ayden sounds good for a boy.