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user banned Due September 18 (boy); 1 child; California 21617 posts
26th Jan '13

Loralee Nevaeh :?

Nancy Botwin. 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Hooker, 11285 posts
26th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mrs. God of Thunder:</b>" We almost named our puppy Cooper or Dexter last year. He is a Bruce... Haha"</blockquote>



My pup is named Dexter :)

Nancy Botwin. 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Hooker, 11285 posts
26th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Tανη [CNL]:</b>" The top trending name on Nameberry right now is

user banned Due September 18 (boy); 1 child; California 21617 posts
27th Jan '13

You guys have been awfully quiet lately.

Bunny Belly Due August 3; 1 child; Spring Hill, Florida 1234 posts
27th Jan '13
Quoting I'm His Amy He's My Rory:" I think Cecily and Harlow would be spectacular!"



I agree!

Bunny Belly Due August 3; 1 child; Spring Hill, Florida 1234 posts
27th Jan '13

So, I wasn't going to post anything about it, because it was just drama, buuut....



The link one of you posted- absolutely LOVE how they argue about Jazzzmyneafsodfjaosfjdoasfj isn't a misspelling, yet can't use the proper form of your and you're. Wtfh. :roll:

Mama VC 18 kids; Tillson, New York 928 posts
27th Jan '13

I have been obsessing over names every evening, after having not come up with a name I really feel is right (and having DH turn down many a name I like). This evening, however, my husband asked how I felt about Cadence. It is not as classic and traditional as most of the names I like, but we have been leaning towards a lot of nature-inspired names, and in my mind music/rhythm and nature definitely overlap. Also, hubby was cyclist and cadence is very important in that world as well. And, I like the nns Cady and Cay. Hmmm...I shall have to ponder this one.

Carter&Violet♥ She Gone! 2 kids; Virginia 14177 posts
27th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mama VC:</b>" I have been obsessing over names every evening, after having not come up with a name I really feel is ... [snip!] ... and cadence is very important in that world as well. And, I like the nns Cady and Cay. Hmmm...I shall have to ponder this one."</blockquote>




Cadence reminds me of a little boy. Def more masculine in my eyes.

I'm His Amy He's My Rory 2 kids; Caldwell, Idaho 49345 posts
27th Jan '13

Guys.. I may need some emotional support tonight :( We're starting "sleep training/cio" for bedtime :( Rory's going to be at his weight limit for his swing soon and I know I need to get him into a bedtime routine before he can't have his swing anymore. I know how to do it "right" and he is almost 10 months old so it's not too bad, but doesn't mean it's not gonna suck :(

P & L's Momma 2 kids; Minneapolis, Minnesota 3812 posts
27th Jan '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting I'm His Amy He's My Rory:</b>" Guys.. I may need some emotional support tonight :( We're starting "sleep training/cio" for bedtime :( ... [snip!] ... I know how to do it "right" and he is almost 10 months old so it's not too bad, but doesn't mean it's not gonna suck :("</blockquote>




Yeah, its gonna be tough. I did that with Patton. It was hard for a few days but after that he was fine going to sleep. Although he had been sleeping in his crib in his own room since day 1.

I'm His Amy He's My Rory 2 kids; Caldwell, Idaho 49345 posts
27th Jan '13
Quoting Beatrix Kiddo:" <blockquote><b>Quoting I'm His Amy He's My Rory:</b>" Guys.. I may need some emotional ... [snip!] ... a few days but after that he was fine going to sleep. Although he had been sleeping in his crib in his own room since day 1."


He's been sleeping "alone" since about 4 weeks but he has always had to have his swing to go to sleep since then. But he's about to out grow it :?

I'm His Amy He's My Rory 2 kids; Caldwell, Idaho 49345 posts
27th Jan '13

Sooo he fell asleep in less than 30 minutes I think. I went in first after 2 minutes, gave him his cup and binki, then in 5 minute incriments, and I think I only went in 4 times total and he fell asleep about 3 1/2 minutes after my last trip in. So about 23 minutes.

gigiwesson 3 kids; La Quinta, California 170 posts
28th Jan '13
Quoting I'm His Amy He's My Rory:" Sooo he fell asleep in less than 30 minutes I think. I went in first after 2 minutes, gave him his cup ... [snip!] ... and I think I only went in 4 times total and he fell asleep about 3 1/2 minutes after my last trip in. So about 23 minutes."


That's not too bad! We did things all wrong with Molly from the beginning....she slept in our bed for 4 months, then in a crib in our room until 13 months and she is the WORST sleeper, even at 20 months. Some nights she sleeps through, but more often than not she wakes up anywhere from once to every hour, crying. Last night she refused to lay back in her bed or even let me leave her room. I can tell you it is NOT comfortable to lay next to her toddler bed being 38 weeks pregnant. I finally had to leave and let her CIO for about 5 minutes before Daddy took pity and went in to soothe her. It's been awful. Especially since my son slept through 8-10-12 hours a night from age 9 weeks. I think sleep training is more difficult than potty training!! Good luck!

I'm His Amy He's My Rory 2 kids; Caldwell, Idaho 49345 posts
28th Jan '13
Quoting gigiwesson:" That's not too bad! We did things all wrong with Molly from the beginning....she slept in our bed for ... [snip!] ... slept through 8-10-12 hours a night from age 9 weeks. I think sleep training is more difficult than potty training!! Good luck!"


Oh he's NEVER slept through the night, and don't expect him to now lol. I just need to get him out of his swing before he outgrows it lol

~Jekka~ Due May 27; TTC since Oct 2012; 2 kids; Australia 8959 posts
28th Jan '13

On facebook, a lady popped up asking for baby names. Her other children are Lacey, and BJ. When asked what BJ was short for... she said nothing. It's just a B and a J. :? and all I can think of when I see it is Blow job :oops: