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*mommy to 3* Due March 7 (girl); 2 kids; Virginia 1167 posts
Jan 2nd '13
Quoting Due *March 8th* w/ a boy!:" hahah I would be like OHHHH no lol. Who chose your boys names? And something girlier is better. You should tell him girls are more sensitive about their names then guys are."


Well our 12 mos olds name was pretty easy actually. DH really wanted him to have his middle name which is Allen. So we had to come up with something that sounded good with that. We ended up agreeing on 3 or 4 names we both liked and then our 6 yo just picked one one day and started talking to my belly calling the baby ashton. So after he did that we just went with Ashton. would have been wrong to change his name then. Haha

Little Richard's mommie! Due July 12 (boy); 1 child; Seneca, South Carolina 4431 posts
Jan 2nd '13
Quoting *mommy to 3*:" Well our 12 mos olds name was pretty easy actually. DH really wanted him to have his middle name which ... [snip!] ... calling the baby ashton. So after he did that we just went with Ashton. would have been wrong to change his name then. Haha"


Maybe your little guy can help you pick out a name :). And why not one pick the first and one pick the middle?

Rinoldox33 Due June 29 (girl); 1 child; 2 angel babies; Southern, VA, United States 801 posts
Jan 3rd '13

you were both childish , you should be the bigger person & say your sorry .

Teryn Villalba Due January 20 (boy); Redlands, California 49 posts
Jan 3rd '13

I think you just need to worry about yourself and what you did wrong. If you were wrong, apologize. If you don't feel you were wrong, then don't. It's not about what she does or doesn't do. Don't go into it EXPECTING an apology. Make your amends, and be proud of that. Hopefully she will do the same... if not, you know you did your part. It all sounds extremely childish and it's better to work it out if possible so that everyone is happy.