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I obviously like Thomas (my son's name) and also considered Samuel. Jack is another favourite but with the surname Jackson was a big no no! I know that old fashioned names are quite popular in the UK now but some leave me cold - I know someone who has called there little one Arthur!! Yuk!
Sally, Roy, Laura and Tom plus 2 cats! Here since May 2004
Paralowie to Woodcroft to Happy Valley to Woodcroft again!! Think we might stay put now. :D Loving it!
Jane and Clive
CPV 143 - Feb 2010 Acknowledged 3rd May 2010, VISA GRANTED 3rd June, 2011, Arrived 5th October Moved to new house 18th November 2011, 2014 Living the dream!
To the op what's the surname? If its something like James then don't have a name beginning with B as we were going to call our daughter Bethany but then I realised what we were doing and then we preferred Isabella. What was with the couple in the UK with the surname Peacock and calling their son Drew.
Sometimes the grass will appear greener on the other side because it has been fertilised by bull****
My son has friends who are twins, they're called Storm & Rain.
I love the name Summer for a girl.
Arrived November 2005........live in Happy Valley
If they're moving to Australia the won't fit in if they don't give their baby a made up name (preferably an amalgamation of parts of tv celebrities names) and then invent the most ridiculous and convoluted spelling!