3 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Baby NamesI started looking into baby names for this little one and here is what I came up with <br /> <br />Boy<br />Mathew Charles or Mathew Nathan<br />Joshua Thomas <br />Christian<br /> <br />Girl<br />Kaitlyn <br />Aurora<br />Skylar<br /> <br />What do you think? For the boys names Mathew is my father and brother, Charles is my husbands father and Nathan is my husband. All the others are names me and my husband have thrown out so far.
I vote Matthew Charles for a boy. Joshua Thomas was my serious long term boyfriend for years after high school. Reading it made me giggle (I know, I'm so mature )
Kaitlyn or Skylar are my girl votes. I think Kaitlyn more so
Me (Bekah) 25, DF (Shane) 25, DD (Avery) 4 Expecting our second bundle of joy 6/29/2012. Team Blue!
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Report This| Share this:Baby NamesI vote Matthew Charles for a boy. Joshua Thomas was my serious long term boyfriend for years after high school. Reading it made me giggle (I know, I'm so mature <img src="/Images/e/wink.gif" align="top" border="0" width=15 height=15>)<br /> <br />Kaitlyn or Skylar are my girl votes. I think Kaitlyn more so
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