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Is 'your' baby name popular? What does it mean? And what does Mumsnet's (not-so-serious) Baby name finder predict?
I'm due in 11 weeks, with our second son (fourth child) and there are literally NO names. Other 3 have quite unusual names, but I can't say 'cos I've not told many people I'm pregnant. We considered Frederick nn Fred, but I don't like Freddie.We like Walt / Walter, but it's a bit of a mouthful.He likes Sun (so he can say "this is my son, sun". No, really.)I quite like Soren, and Sorell, but the latter is apparently a girls name? Any thoughts? Would I be frightfully cruel to call my fourth born either of these?And any suggestions? I like quirky, slightly out there but not ridiculously wild. For example : Baxter (a no "'cos it's "a dogs name") Valentine, Wilbur, Quintin, Serafin.
Definitly a boys name. Like Åsa is a girls name. Dont mess with it!;) dont understand the trend of naming boys Asa at the moment....poor things
I have never heard of a girl called Asa! It is a male Old Testament name.
Åsa is a very very common scandinavian girls name.
Soren is definitely a boys name. I really like it.Baxter is nice too. How about dexter?I dislike sun, but how about sonny?I wouldn't risk Frederick if you don't want Freddie.Other names Felix, Stanley, Magnus?
There's a Soren in my son's nursery. He's gorgeous, love the name and really suits him!! Never heard it until we moved here last year.My son is Gabriel, they make a nice change amongst all the Alfie, Henry, Harry's and Zach's :D HTH xx
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