Jump to content
Need a boys name to match DDs name
15 replies to this topic
Posted 09 February 2013 - 05:23 PM
Can you please help my husband and I agree on a boy's name we would both like? We're not pregnant but TTC.
Our DD is Rosemary and we want something to match it.
My husband has okay'd
But has refused
Edward (thanks Twilight, even though my grandfather is called this)
Now the names he has approved don't jump out at me hugely. I want something 'old world' but not so old world people will think he's going on 90.
Any suggestion would be great thanks!
Posted 09 February 2013 - 05:27 PM
I've got a friend who wants to call her son Edwin, but I think it might be a bit old mannish.
Call him Henry and use Harry as the nickname, like Prince harry does. Win win then!
Posted 09 February 2013 - 09:03 PM
I second Marcus. Others:
Posted 09 February 2013 - 10:10 PM
Harry - nice
Owen - goes great
Thomas - nice
James - love it
Posted 09 February 2013 - 10:22 PM
Darcy Nathan or Nathaniel
It depends what your last name is too, sometimes the first name just doesn't go with a surname.
Posted 09 February 2013 - 10:28 PM
Love Harry and Owen out of your names. James is too overdone.
Posted 10 February 2013 - 09:57 AM
I know siblings Rosemary and Gideon. Pretty good sibset?
Posted 10 February 2013 - 10:02 AM
I like Harry as well but not as much as J, T or O
Posted 10 February 2013 - 10:05 AM
My first thought was Henry! D'oh...
Thomas or James would go really well with Rosemary, too! I don't know if you call her a nickname but Rosie and Jimmy is kind of cute!
Posted 10 February 2013 - 10:06 AM
Edited by cinnabubble, 10 February 2013 - 10:07 AM.
Posted 10 February 2013 - 12:14 PM
I think Owen is best with Rosemary from your list of names you can use.
Rosemary and Julian/Julius
Rosemary and Sebastian
Rosemary and Alistair
Rosemary and Theodore
Rosemary and Marcus
Rosemary and Darcy
Rosemary and Elliot
Rosemary and Vincent
Rosemary and Phillip
Rosemary and Patrick
Rosemary and Spencer
Rosemary and Leonard
Rosemary and Atticus
Rosemary and Christian
Rosemary and Lewis
Rosemary and Quinlan
Rosemary and Francis
Rosemary and Eric
Rosemary and Alec
Rosemary and Tobias
Rosemary and Harrison
Rosemary and Michael
Rosemary and Christopher
Rosemary and Andrew
Rosemary and Murray
Rosemary and Adam
Rosemary and Damien
Rosemary and Paul
Rosemary and Fraser
Rosemary and Daniel
0 user(s) are reading this topic
0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users
On which side of your body do you carry or cradle your baby? If you answered "left" then you're not alone.
Women who took omega-3 fatty acid supplements (fish oil supplements) in pregnancy reduced the risk of their children developing asthma by almost one third.
Luke and Hillary Gardner never have a problem remembering each other's birthday.
A mother's candid and heartfelt reflections about pregnancy after miscarriage are providing comfort to other women.
What's the best way to mentally stimulate your baby? It doesn't take a genius - just a loving, involved parent.
The average blood pressure of mother could suggest a baby's sex before it even exists, a study has found.
Ashley Rockill was lucky enough to have her birth photographer on hand to capture a precious moment.
In honour of Black Friday, let's explore 13 of the strangest pregnancy superstitions from across the globe.
When you become a mum you give birth to a beautiful baby, but you also give birth to guilt.
An American mother was shocked when she gave to a 6.4kg (14lb 1oz) baby last month.
A mum has made a pretty bold move by demanding $532 for a pair of her daughter's shoes that were damaged at another family's house.
If a toddler was to write a guide to 'help' you with the household chores, it would go something like this.
The game-changing breast pump promises to make life easier all round.
A teen mum has shared her birth story – and her shock at not knowing she was pregnant until her baby's head emerged.
The only thing childcare workers spend their time doing is "wiping noses and stopping the kids from killing each other"? Not quite.
When people say "aren't you lucky that there are two of you, that you can switch?" I give them a tight smile.
Although breastfeeding a toddler isn't for everybody, if you choose to nurse beyond babyhood you can expect some strong reactions.
Top 5 Articles
There is less of a focus on fine motor skills, but they're just as important as others. (SPONSORED)
There are at least five other compelling reasons to get musical around your toddler. (SPONSORED)
Free ticket offer