"The Lord God is my strength, and he will make my feet like hind's feet, and he will make me to walk upon mine high places."
Dear Hinds, I love all the boy names. The girl names I like all but Phoebe- because of the ditzy girl on the tv show Friends years ago.
it strikes me hard when i find this post and realize i did not know you were expecting -- how involved in my own life have i become?my sincere congratulations for a wonderful confinement :) if you need any assistance in delivery, i'm your girl!your name choices are wonderful - i have a daughter named Molly so you know how i voted there, but loved Chloe and Claire. very lovely.i am sure whichever you choose, they will be blessed by God. (did not see Benjamin on there, which is another name of a child o' mine, as well as James, which is currently in the lead, by the way...)
I had to vote on names too. How are you feeling? I am still so excited for you.
I love, love, love the name Ephraim. William (nn Will) is another favorite. I voted for Isaiah, too, but it's getting so popular.My bro and SIL who are expecting in July are naming their baby girl Molly. You and I sure like lots of the same names ... those classic/traditional and Biblical names. Such great taste you have! ;)
I wanted to vote for Katie, but as a nn for Kathleen. It was my mom's name, and is my neice's name. :-)
I like just Liam, skip the Wil part.
I like Henry, Elliot then Carter. For Leo, we tossed around Ethan and Elliot.How is the pregnancy going? Are you feeling any better? I bet the girls are really excited about the baby!!!Dot
Sorry I'm late for this, but congratulations!
My nephew is Carter, and I personally like James (Jamey), Matthias and Isaiah.I didn't really care for Catherine because it is overused. I think Molly is cute, but I already have an Elly (Eliana), so I couldn't use both too easily. I voted Molly anyway, because I liked it the best of the list. I wish I had seen your last list. I have 3 girls and am expecting #4 this fall (Nov 1).
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