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our names: ) ~*MommyOf2~ 2 kids; Kentucky 877 posts
23rd Mar

We've came up with our names ;)
boy: Gage David 
girl:  audree alana 

HopingforaMiracle 1 child; USA 23061 posts
23rd Mar

Audrey IMO would be more appealing to the eyes. Audrey Alana doesn't really flow.

Gage David flows and quite nice!

user banned 3 kids; Lincoln, Alabama 10353 posts
23rd Mar

I love Gage

Mannaa [31 weeks] Due February 18 (boy); 2 angel babies; .., CA, United States 2601 posts
23rd Mar

I like Audree! More than Audrey. Cute. 

Tig Ol' Bitties 2 kids; St Catharines, Ontario 3311 posts
23rd Mar

Would you consider spelling it Audrey? 

Gage is 

exaustedmom!! Due June 20 (boy); 2 kids; United States 38 posts
23rd Mar

So close to my sons name (: Gabe stiles

☃ ❄ ☃ ~, FL, United States 68352 posts
23rd Mar

*Audrey.

~*MommyOf2~ 2 kids; Kentucky 877 posts
23rd Mar

I like it spelled audree but thanks: )  I like different. Just like my daughter now is jordyne 

☃ ❄ ☃ ~, FL, United States 68352 posts
23rd Mar

Quoting ~*Jordyne's Mommy*~:
I like it spelled audree but thanks: )  I like different. Just like my daughter now is jordyne 


Jor-dine?

~*MommyOf2~ 2 kids; Kentucky 877 posts
23rd Mar

No pronounced jordan

☃ ❄ ☃ ~, FL, United States 68352 posts
23rd Mar

Quoting ~*Jordyne's Mommy*~:
No pronounced jordan


                                                    Right. Misspelling names don't make them different or unique.

Mannaa [31 weeks] Due February 18 (boy); 2 angel babies; .., CA, United States 2601 posts
23rd Mar

Well technically if you spell it "differently" then.. They are different, no? 

~*MommyOf2~ 2 kids; Kentucky 877 posts
23rd Mar

Ok well that's fine that you feel that way: ) it's my children: )  thanks though

~*MommyOf2~ 2 kids; Kentucky 877 posts
23rd Mar

Quoting Mannaa:
Well technically if you spell it "differently" then.. They are different, no? 


Agree

user banned 3 kids; Lincoln, Alabama 10353 posts
24th Mar

Quoting Mannaa:
Well technically if you spell it "differently" then.. They are different, no? 


Usually when misspelled the saying is different.