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    • Yes -- Votes: 48
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TrixieGirl Due July 4; 1 child; Maryland 1175 posts
4th May '13
Quoting *B*~ Mommy~:" I wouldn't change her name, shes already knows it. Maybe just the spelling of the middle. Before she learns to spell it wrong lol"



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If you changed anything, I would agree with this person to change the spelling of Cassandra.

I like the name Rogue and if your daughter does not care for it she can always fall back on one of her two middle names. The only reason why I voted yes was because of the spelling of Cassandra. I have never been a fan of "I am going to change the spelling of this name to make it unique or different" but I guess now that you are older you kinda have a better grasp on that?



As for Imogen, I have never heard that name before but I think its quite pretty. I have a unique name (Maren) and have gone my whole life without meeting another Maren....It never bothered me to be different or whatever but when I was little I was always annoyed that I could never have a personalized pencil or stickers... :P

user banned 3 kids; Lincoln, Alabama 10353 posts
4th May '13

The name isn't bad. Just the spelling of the middle name

Rogue and Conner's Mummy 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Redcar, United Kingdom 177 posts
4th May '13
Quoting Brittany♥'sJordan:" Aww that mean my son and her are 5 days apart. He was born January 21, 2010."

That's so cool! My husband and I got married on her 3rd birthday! So we've been married about 4 months.

Rogue and Conner's Mummy 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Redcar, United Kingdom 177 posts
4th May '13
Quoting TrixieGirl:" :!: If you changed anything, I would agree with this person to change the spelling of Cassandra. ... [snip!] ... or whatever but when I was little I was always annoyed that I could never have a personalized pencil or stickers... :P"

I was only 16 when I had her, so her dad and I made a rash decision of, she needs a non conforming name!, now that I'm older, she definitely didn't deserve that name!

HopingforaMiracle 1 child; USA 22845 posts
4th May '13

Imogen is gorgeous!

W.W. 3 kids; Arkansas 7886 posts
4th May '13

First thing to cross my mind was X-men and Imogen Heap. The sound of Rogue isn't bad Imo but like someone else said, the meaning isn't so nice lol. I don't hate Imogen, The spelling of the other middle name isn't so nice though, lol. I agree that it doesn't flow, either.

Rogue and Conner's Mummy 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Redcar, United Kingdom 177 posts
4th May '13
Quoting HopingforaMiracle:" Imogen is gorgeous!"

Thank you!

Rogue and Conner's Mummy 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Redcar, United Kingdom 177 posts
4th May '13
Quoting W.W.:" First thing to cross my mind was X-men and Imogen Heap. The sound of Rogue isn't bad Imo but like someone ... [snip!] ... I don't hate Imogen, The spelling of the other middle name isn't so nice though, lol. I agree that it doesn't flow, either. "

Yeah, like I said, teenagers shouldn't be making life decisions like having kids, otherwise, she would've had a more normal name.

user banned (girl); TTC since May 2008; Pounding Mill, VA, United States 3612 posts
4th May '13
Quoting Rogue's Mum:" My daughter was born when I was only 16, so naturally, her dad and I didn't want to give her a "normal ... [snip!] ... also gave her 2 middle names, Casondrah Imogen. I think about it all the time and try to decide if we should change it. Inputs?"


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αuτumnα∫ 1 angel baby; ~, FL, United States 66361 posts
4th May '13

Imogen's the only decent name she has. I'd change it.

Jenna1234 1 child; Iowa 579 posts
status 4th May '13

I keep thinking of Rogue Elephants, then am afraid I'm pronouncing it wrong O.o But its different, I don't mind it. Skimming over the middle name though, I thought it said Cassoondrah which put me off a bit. lol

Rogue and Conner's Mummy 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Redcar, United Kingdom 177 posts
4th May '13
Quoting mαkαnαni:" Imogen's the only decent name she has. I'd change it."

We will take that into consideration, thank you :)

Rogue and Conner's Mummy 2 kids; 3 angel babies; Redcar, United Kingdom 177 posts
4th May '13
Quoting Jenna1234:" I keep thinking of Rogue Elephants, then am afraid I'm pronouncing it wrong O.o But its different, I ... [snip!] ... different, I don't mind it. Skimming over the middle name though, I thought it said Cassoondrah which put me off a bit. lol "

Her first middle name, Casondrah, is pronounced like Cassandra, but with a bit more stress on the ending. Her other middle name came from a baby name book we found. Our little boy has a much more normal name, and hopefully he will like it! Although, we might change it when he's born depending on what he looks like.

Jenna1234 1 child; Iowa 579 posts
status 4th May '13
Quoting Rogue's Mum:" Her first middle name, Casondrah, is pronounced like Cassandra, but with a bit more stress on the ending. ... [snip!] ... more normal name, and hopefully he will like it! Although, we might change it when he's born depending on what he looks like."


Oh after rereading the middle name I knew it was pronounced like Cassandra, I just skimmed it really quick so at first I thought it was spelled a little odd, its the first name I wasn't sure the pronunciation since I wasn't sure if it was similar to Rogue Elephant >.<

Interrobang!? 6 kids; Ontario 1176 posts
4th May '13

It's not bad, at least it's spelled correctly! I'm into old-fashioned names so it wouldn't be something I'd go for, but it's hardly terrible.