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Sarah Wynne Fuller Due January 19; 1 child; Liverpool, United Kingdom 45 posts
24th Nov '12

Oh I do definitely!
What do u think of Lila?
Dont know why I'm asking cos I like it regardless haha :P

мɑkɑnɑni ~*~, FL, United States 62941 posts
status 24th Nov '12
Quoting Sarah Wynne Fuller:" Oh I do definitely! What do u think of Lila? Dont know why I'm asking cos I like it regardless haha :P"


I like it. It's pretty. Lila Mei Ebony or Lila Ebony Mei.

Lacie Heethuis-Roy Due November 23; Caledonia, Michigan 441 posts
24th Nov '12

google girl earthy names or girl flower names thats what i did we are nameing are baby who os due today but wont be here for a while yet im afraid at least a week or more jasmine ivy

Sarah Wynne Fuller Due January 19; 1 child; Liverpool, United Kingdom 45 posts
26th Nov '12
Quoting Lacie Heethuis-Roy:" google girl earthy names or girl flower names thats what i did we are nameing are baby who os due today but wont be here for a while yet im afraid at least a week or more jasmine ivy"


They're nice names :)
I have you know, I've googled loads and trawled through loads of books! But nI havent found anything I like better than Lila and Ebony. My boyfriend likes Lila and not Ebony so she'll most likely end up Lila!

Happy Humanist 2 kids; Kailua-Kona, Hawaii 11876 posts
29th Nov '12
Quoting ☮ Phuket:" why cant a white baby be ebony? ive seen a black people named ivory.. to sisters ebony and ivory.."


It can be, it's just associated with black culture and it would be unexpected. I personally don't like it on any race and sisters named Ebony and Ivory is just awful.

I'm actually a virgin Due June 9; 1 child; Oregon 18466 posts
29th Nov '12

That's what people told me when I was naming my son malikia, but all the Ebony's I know are African American, tho it doesn't matter.

Sarah Wynne Fuller Due January 19; 1 child; Liverpool, United Kingdom 45 posts
30th Nov '12
Quoting P.S I'm pregnant ♥:" That's what people told me when I was naming my son malikia, but all the Ebony's I know are African American, tho it doesn't matter."


I have learned that its popular within the african american community in the states throughout this pregnancy, never knew that before!



Here in the UK i've only ever heard it on white girls, but not many as it's unusual in general.



I live in Liverpool where 99% of the population is white so it never crossed my mind as an issue lol