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Savanna & Harvey....thoughts

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MotherOfCleo Mon 11-Mar-13 20:06:51

I am only in my firat trimester but me and my OH already have some favourites names wise. I wondered what other people thought though.

For a girl we are pretty much settled on Savanna Brooke, its unusual and so I'm worried our parents wont like it, but it is a name which means something to us and reflects my OHs history so we are very keen on it.

For a boy we like Harvey Sebastian but I dont like Harv for short which is tricky....we also quite like Ryley and Dexter as first names so this one is less decided.

Any thoughts would be welcome. grin

Maryz Tue 12-Mar-13 22:26:31

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iheartmycat Wed 13-Mar-13 13:59:11

There,s a secret bit of me that desperately wants to call my baby dimples (I'm not joking!) luckily dp would rugby tackle me to the floor if I tried to register her as this! (Don't know what I'm having and v much hoping this is pregnancy hormones! )

iheartmycat Wed 13-Mar-13 14:00:02

If Kate and wills want to steal dimples tho, thy can feel free (I could start a trend) wink

thegreylady Wed 13-Mar-13 14:44:50

I hope the op hasn't been frightened off mn for good as she could use the support if she is pregnant and her dh is away.
What on earth does it matter?It doesn't alter the sound of the name at all.

manicinsomniac Wed 13-Mar-13 19:48:52

I have a 10 year old Savannah and
a) she is never called Sav, Savvy, Chav or Chavvy. Often Vannah but I quite like that.
b) we live in the home counties and she's at private school

There is also a Harvey in her class.

I quite like all your name choices except Dexter but Savanna and Harvey would be my favourites.

Laquila Thu 14-Mar-13 12:36:10

I like Cooper, not keen on Harvey (Jordan, and also So Solid Crew), love Sebastien (and Bastian).

Savanna Brooke is very American to me - not saying that's necessarily a bad thing, just pointing it out.

Ryley I'm not sure about - definite prefer Sebastian.

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