Post # 136
1. Bailey (girl)
2. Blaze (boy)
3. Euwen (boy)
Honestly I’m not a fan of the crazy new names and spellings out there these days. Seems like new parents all want to be unique but it’s getting so extreme. Where’d all the Christopher’s and Johns go?
Post # 138
Kroy (due in December)
Holly (cousin, 2 years old this month)
Easton (also due in December)
Post # 139
holycrapimgettingmarried: right?! All these horrible spellings and the butchering of classic names is obnoxious. What’s wrong with spelling Finnigan normally? What’s wrong with Camden (what is Kamdyn?!) /sigh.
I am surprised that Ava is still quite popular this year, as is “Jackson” spelled in a myriad of terrible ways.
Post # 140
I’ll do three that are currently pregnant and expecting in early 2015.
Addison, Jacob, Naomi
Post # 141
These are the three most recent Facebook birth announcements I have seen;
Nina Rose (girl, two days ago)
Paige Natalie (girl, a week ago)
Liam Adrian (boy, three months ago)
Post # 142
1. Sadhbh (pronounced Sive) – an Irish name
My names have been mentioned a bit but luckily they’re not that popular in Ireland 🙂
Post # 145
Latest in my friendship group/circle have been –
Post # 146
WasMissNowMrs: PeachyMama: speaking of Siobhan, I actually know a little girl with this name, but not pronounced the traditional Irish way of shevaun, but actually pronounced “see oh ben” (exactly how it looks). I may sound judgemental here, but poor kid.
Post # 147
1. Caodhain (pronounced Cayden)
Post # 148
- Wedding: A very pretty church.
missopal: So… “Seeohben”‘s parents saw the name written down, thought it was pronounced phonetically and plan to call her that for the rest of her life? That’s awful…all the pain of that tricky (wonderful and authentic) gaelic spelling, none of the gain of that charming name 🙁 I feel bad for her too.
Post # 149
newbabybee: Just this fall we have a Matthew, a Lucas, and a Madeleine. 🙂
Post # 150
- Wedding: September 2012 - Southern California
ETA: Two more recent (girls): Sophie & Sophia!