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Posted 09 February 2013 - 09:43 AM
I am excited to be pregnant with no.2 and love thinking about names. I have leant my baby name book to a friend so until I get it back help me begin the list!
I have a Spencer already.
Boys for this one I like Rhys and Teddy nn for Edward or Theodore.
Girls I love the name Rosalind and will probably end up using this name but would also like to think beyond this to in case another name comes up for me.
Other suggestions along those lines??
Posted 09 February 2013 - 10:54 AM
I like Theodore and Rhys with Spencer but I'm not keen on the other names.
Spencer and Alistair
Spencer and Oscar
Spencer and Emmett
Spencer and Rafferty
Spencer and Elliot
Spencer and Everett
Spencer and Elias
Spencer and Vincent
Spencer and Patrick
Spencer and Finlay
Spencer and Tobias
Spencer and Marcus
Spencer and Roman
Spencer and Phineas
Spencer and Eamon
Spencer and Quinn/Quinlan
Spencer and Alec
Spencer and Julian/Julius
Spencer and Reuben
Spencer and Micah
Spencer and Jude
Spencer and Leonard/Leon
Spencer and Darcy
Spencer and Byron
Spencer and Lewis
Spencer and Brady
Spencer and Riley
Spencer and Atticus
Spencer and Marley
Spencer and Owen
Spencer and Hamish
Spencer and Harrison
Spencer and Raphael
Spencer and Rosetta
Spencer and Claudine/Claudette/Claudia
Spencer and Harriet
Spencer and Juliette/Julia/Juliana
Spencer and Arabella
Spencer and Lydia
Spencer and Miranda
Spencer and Briony
Spencer and Delilah
Spencer and Frances/Francesca
Spencer and Loretta
Spencer and Natalia
Spencer and Adeline/Adelina
Spencer and Lucille/Lucinda/Lucilla
Spencer and Octavia
Spencer and Emmeline
Spencer and Tabitha
Spencer and Penelope
Spencer and Matilda
Spencer and Erica
Spencer and Clara
Spencer and Estelle/Estella
Spencer and Celeste
Spencer and Audrey
Spencer and Aurelia
Spencer and Annika
Spencer and Jemima
Spencer and Adelaide
Spencer and Henrietta
Spencer and Veronica
Spencer and Monica
Spencer and Lara
Spencer and Katherine
Spencer and Maisie
Posted 09 February 2013 - 12:15 PM
Spencer and Rhys or Spencer and Theo
Edited by kerilyntaryn, 09 February 2013 - 12:19 PM.
Posted 09 February 2013 - 01:54 PM
I haven't any more boys to suggest other than those there already. I do like Rhys and Teddy (Edward or Theordore) and Rosalind!
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