Choosing Names For Your Children

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  1. Chrissy Cross

    Chrissy Cross Veteran Member
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    My great grandmother was Rose..in Hungarian though it was Rosa.

    I have a niece Amanda Rose.

    Might be some other Roses too in the family...especially as a middle name.
     
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  2. Frank Sanoica

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    The Mexican woman who gave birth to twin boys was undecided about names, so she settled
    on "Hose A", and "Hose B". :D

    Frank
     
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    I think it was George Foreman who named all his sons George with identifying numbers.
    I don't remember how many, but there were quite a few.
    It doesn't sound as cool though as the Bob idea because of the money.
     
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    I now like older names which haven't been used that much this past decade or so. Like Hazel, Betty or Peggy.
     
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    Yea, love the old names - Rosie and Daisy I like
    Never understood George Foreman for doing the number thing its more confusing than
    separate names
     
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