The June Bugs

February 01, 2005

Help Us Name Our Baby!

As mentioned earlier we are accepting all name suggestions for the new baby, due May 31, 2005. We honestly appreciate your participation and, by way of incentive, would like to offer you this: A CONTEST!

!!! UPDATED !!! Guidelines
Obviously we will name our own baby, but we are looking for any helpful suggestions you might have - this can include your opinion of existing entries. Think of it as a community building experience and the beginning of your participation in the new baby's life.

Names may be submitted via comment to this site or email to Kyle. Please include your name, email, and the name you would like us to give our new baby girl with preferred spelling and meaning (if known).

Duplicate names will not be considered for credit so check the list to see what's there - and there are a few. If you do not wish to add a name but would like to vote for an existing name please be our guest! Keep in mind this is not an actual democratic process. Your vote, though appreciated, is purely recreational.

Submissions and opinions will be accepted through May 5, 2005. From that point on we'll pretty much be on full time baby watch.

The Prize
In addition to the joy of knowing that you will be forever and fondly remembered as the person who named our child you will receive (1) a copy of "Beyond Jennifer & Jason, Madison & Montana: What to Name Your Baby Now" by Linda Rosenkrantz & Pamela Redmond Satran, (2) a wallet-sized portrait of the baby you named mailed to you each month for a year, (3) a commemorative "I Named Their Baby" t-shirt, and, in the possible event of a third Baby George, (4) a seat on the Committee for the Naming of Future Baby Georges or "CoNaFuBaG".

Helpful Hints
In creating our own list we have been drawn to names that fall loosely into the following catagories:

1. Names from nature, art, music or colors...

2. Feminine but not too feminine...

3. Old fashioned but not musty...

4. Have more than one syllable but seldom more than three...

5. Original or at least not terribly popular right now...

6. Meaningful, with positive origins, associations or family connections...

7. Sounds good when followed by George (this is important!)...

8. Sounds good with Hazel

Click below to view the up-to-date list of possible names:

Name Person Submitting Suggestion (meaning)
Ada Amy (prosperous, happy - family name, Kyle's side)
Adele Rebecca Boxwell (noble & serene)
Adeline Karen (noble)
Alexandra Jessica Weber (defender of mankind)
Alice Rebecca Boxwell (truthful)
Alisa Susan Chesney (a rocky crag in Scotland)
Alma Amy (soul)
Alva Amy (white)
Amarantha Shelby (from the grain / unfading, immortal)
Amber Colleen (golden orange / semi-precious natural resin)
Amelia Rebecca Boxwell (hardworking)
Annabelle Rebecca Boxwell (gracious + beautiful)
Annika Susan Chesney (grace)
Ariadne Karen (most sacred)
Asa Kyle (Japanese, born in the morning / healer)
Aster Kyle (star)
Astrid Karen (beautiful goddess, divine power)
Audra Lindsay Mitchell (noble strength)
Audrey Karen (noble strength)
Augusta Karen (revered)
Aurora Elizabeth (dawn)
Autumn Rebecca Boxwell (season before winter)
Ava Rebecca Boxwell (bearer of good news)
Azure Shelby (sky blue)
Beatrix Amy (bringer of joy)
Beta / Beata Kyle (divinely blessed)
Bethany Rebecca Boxwell (house of figs)
Brenna Melissa Perry (little drop of water)
Bridget Emma Takizawa (strong)
Bronwen Karen (beautiful & sacred bossom)
Brooke Rebecca Boxwell (brook, stream)
Bryony Karen (vine with small flowers)
Calandra Rebecca Boxwell (singing bird)
California Amy (where we live)
Calista Rebecca Boxwell (most beautiful)
Calla Karen (beauty)
Callia Rebecca Boxwell (beautiful)
Calliope Rebecca Boxwell (beautiful voice)
Calluna Rebecca Boxwell (latin root for "heather" flower)
Camilla Rebecca Boxwell (noble)
Carolina / Caroline Kyle (little & womanly - form of grandmothers' names)
Carrie Kathy West (diminuitive of Caroline)
Carys (kah-rees or KARE-es ) Shelby (Welsh for love)
Cassandra Rebecca Boxwell (helper of men)
Cassia Elizabeth (cinnamon)
Cecilia / Cecily / Celia Karen (blind)
Cerulean Joshua Beach-Laputz (blue)
Charlotte Amy (also little & womanly)
Chloe Annie (blooming)
Cira Elizabeth (sun)
Clara Rebecca Boxwell (clear, bright)
Cleo Rebecca Boxwell (her father's fame)
Clover Rebecca Boxwell (flowering grass)
Cora Rebecca Boxwell (maiden / filled heart)
Coral Josh Deutsch (maiden / filled heart)
Dahlia Karen (flower)
Daisy Susan Chesney (flower)
Daphne Susan Chesney (laurel)
Dara Rebecca Boxwell (compassionate)
Darby Susan Chesney (free from envy)
Darcy Rebecca Boxwell (dark)
Dawn Rebecca Boxwell (sunrise)
Dorothy (Dotty) Kyle (gift of God / family name, both sides)
Eleanor/ Ella Sarah in Hawaii (light)
Eliana Melissa Perry (God has answered)
Elise Kiki Poynter (consecrated to God)
Eliza Rebecca Boxwell (consecrated to God)
Elizabeth Kathy West (consecrated to God)
Eloise Rebecca Boxwell (famous warrior)
Emily Rebecca Boxwell (flatterer)
Emma Rebecca Boxwell (flatterer)
Etta Karen (home leader)
Eva (AY vuh) Kiki Poynter (life)
Eve Kyndra (life)
Evie (EH vee) Kiki Poynter (life)
Fern Rebecca Boxwell (daring, adventurous)
Fiona Rebecca Boxwell (fair, white)
Flora Susan Chesney (flower)
Florence Susan Chesney (blossoming)
Frances Amy (from France - family name, Amy's side)
Freya Elizabeth (goddess of love and beauty)
Gabrielle Laura Morton Curtin (woman of God)
Gardenia Shelby (flower)
Gemma Kyndra (precious gem)
Genesis Shelby (origin or birth / "In the beginning...")
Georgia Shelby (southern state immediately north of Florida)
Ginger Alyssa Nevin (spice / color)
Giselle Susan Chesney (a pledge)
Grace Rebecca Boxwell (graceful)
Harper Rebecca Boxwell (plays the harp / Harper Lee wrote To Kill A Mockingbird, Amy's favorite book)
Hattie Karen (home leader)
Heather Colleen (flowering plant)
Helen Rebecca Boxwell (light)
Helena Karen (light)
Henna Shelby (orange-red dye from plant with fragrant blossoms)
Hilary Kathy West (cheerful)
Holly Rebecca Boxwell (holly tree)
Ianthe Annie (violet colored flower)
Imogen "Immy" Kiki Poynter (the image of her mother)
Ingrid Rebecca Boxwell (hero's daughter)
Iris Kyle (flower / rainbow)
Isis Elizabeth (goddess of the stars)
Ivy Karen (creeping plant)
Jacinthe Annie (hyacinth flower)
Janea Rebecca Boxwell (Jane / God is gracious)
Jasmine Rebecca Boxwell (fragrant flower)
Jasper Amy (green stone / Jasper Johns the artist)
Jessamyn Susan Chesney (older form of Jasmine)
Josephine "Josie" Kiki Poynter (God shall add)
Juliet Kyndra (youth)
July Shelby (month between June and August)
June Rebecca Boxwell (month before July)
Juniper Dave Monhollen (evergreen tree)
Kailani Colleen (sea & sky)
Lark Rebecca Boxwell (songbird)
Laurel Rebecca Boxwell (laurel tree)
Lavender Karen (flower)
Leah / Lea Rebecca Boxwell (weary / Hawaiin, goddess of canoe makers)
Leandra Shelby (lioness)
Libby Susan Chesney (diminutive of Elizabeth)
Lila Kyle (form of Lily, flower)
Liliana Melissa Perry (lily)
Lily Rebecca Boxwell (flower, lily)
Louisa Karen (famous warrior)
Louise Kathy West (famous in battle / warrior maiden)
Luca Kyle (light)
Lucy Susan Chesney (light)
Mabel Lindsay Mitchell (lovable)
Mae / May Rebecca Boxwell (great / month before June)
Maeve Rebecca Boxwell (joyous)
Madeleine Janet (woman from Magdala / high tower)
Magnolia Catherine Takizawa (flower)
Mai Kiki Poynter (brightness, light)
Maisie Kiki Poynter (child of light)
Malina Colleen (calming, soothing)
Margaret "Maggie" Kiki Poynter (a pearl)
Marie Rebecca Boxwell (Mary, Jesus' Mom / bitter)
Marlee / Marleigh Linda May Jacquez (low-growing herb with purple flowers)
Maryanne Rebecca Boxwell (see Marie + gracious)
Matilda Amy (powerful battler)
Mavis Susan Chesney (songbird)
Meadow Rebecca Boxwell (meadow)
Melanie Kathy West (dark haired or dark skinned)
Mercy Karen (mercy)
Molly Brian & Carolyn George (pet name for Mary, see Marie)
Monet Shelby (famous French Impressionist)
Monia Joshua Beach-Laputz (solitary)
Monica Kathy West (counselor, advice)
Nina Rebecca Boxwell (gracious)
Nola Kyle (small bell)
Nora Nancy Weyburne (the bright one)
Nyla Shelby (of the Nile River)
Olive Amy (tree / fruit / shade of green)
Opal Sandy Monhollen (precious stone)
Ophelia / Ofelia Catherine Takizawa (serpent / Hamlet's gal)
Pearl Maceo Johnson (jewel)
Penelope Rebecca Boxwell (weaver)
Petra Shelby (rock)
Petula Catherine Takizawa (seeker)
Phoebe Susan Chesney (bright)
Poppy Rebecca Boxwell (poppy flower)
Portia Shelby (gift, offering)
Rachel Rebecca Boxwell (female sheep)
Rebecca Kathy West (to tie or bind)
Robin Jessica Weber (famous, bright / a songbird)
Rosalie Rebecca Boxwell (fair rose)
Rose Rebecca Boxwell (rose, flower)
Rosemary Rebecca Boxwell (scented herb)
Ruby Sandy Monhollen (red jewel)
Ruth Stephanie Manzano (companion or friend)
Sabine Rebecca Boxwell (ancient Italian tribe)
Sadie Kelli - pregnant with Avery Scott, a boy (princess)
Saffron Elizabeth (yellow flower / Indian spice)
Sage Elizabeth (the herb / wise prophet)
Sapphire Shelby (beautiful / gem)
Savannah Rebecca Boxwell (treeless plain)
Scarlet Catherine Takizawa (very red)
Serafina Shelby (seventh / to burn / a saint)
Simona Susan Chesney (the listener)
Simone Rebecca Boxwell (she heard)
Singer Kyle (someone who sings)
Sophia Kyndra (wisdom)
Soleil Lisa Yates (sun)
Sorian Carol Monhollen (?)
Stella Rebecca Boxwell (star)
Summer Rebecca Boxwell (after spring but before autumn)
Tabitha Kyndra (gazelle)
Tamsin Susan Chesney (valiant, strong, free)
Tansy Susan Chesney (the flower / immortal)
Tessa Melissa Perry (late summer)
Thalia Susan Chesney (short for Natalia, born on Christmas)
Thirza (THUR-zah) Elizabeth (sweet-natured / cypress tree)
Timbre (TAM-bur or TIM-bur) Tom Chang (the quality of tone distinctive of a particular singing voice or musical instrument)
Treva (TREE vah, short for Trevina) Lindsay Mitchell (prudent)
Valerie Kathy West (strong)
Victoria Rebecca Boxwell (victorious)
Vida / Vita Kyle (life)
Viola Amy (see Violet / stringed instrument)
Violet Becca Dehr (flower)
Virginia Rebecca Boxwell (pure)
Willa Kyle (determined guardian / form of Willow)
Willow Rebecca Boxwell (willow tree)
Winter Shelby (season, often snowy in the north or higher elevations)
Xanthe Lisa Bertain (golden yellow)
Zelda Karen (gray warrior)
Zephyr Amy (warm west wind)
Zeta Kyle (rose)
Zinnia Elizabeth (flower)
Zoe Kyndra (life)
Zola Amy (ball of earth)


...and check out this interesting article on Slate

Posted by Kyle at February 1, 2005 12:02 AM

36 Comments

I like the name Lila-it's unique, old fashioned but not stuffy.....I also love Madeleine its very sophisticated yet fun... Madeleine Pearl George...yes that's it...J

Posted by: janet at April 7, 2005 01:26 PM

Marlee or Marleigh. Marlee (MAR-lee) (English) " Meadowbeauty." n. of any genus (Rhexia) of low-growing herbs, usually with four parted purple flowers, common species virginica. Full of beautiful and fragrant life. May also be used as a variant of Marlene. Actress Marlee Matlin. [Marla, Marleigh, Marley, Marlie] Great name for a redhead
also meets all of the requirements ei 1. Names from nature, art, music or colors...

2. Feminine but not too feminine...

3. Old fashioned but not musty...

4. Have more than one syllable but seldom more than three...

5. Original or at least not terribly popular right now...

6. Meaningful, with positive origins, associations or family connections...

7. Sounds good when followed by George (this is important!)...

8. Sounds good with Hazel

Posted by: Linda May Jacquez (of Montana) at March 24, 2005 10:26 AM

Darby (free from envy)
Tansy (immortal, a flower name)
Giselle (a pledge)
Annika (grace)
Jessamyn (meaning unknown to me)
Simona (the listener)
Tamsin (valiant, strong, free)

My favorites for blending with Hazel and George are Darby and Tamsin. Good luck. Let me know if I can help with the middle name.

...

Here are more names for your baby (I am way into thinking of names!)
Ailsa-after a rocky crag in Scotland
Thalia- short form of Natalia, born at Christmas
Daphne-laurel
Phoebe-bright
Flora-flower
Florence-blossoming
Mavis-songbird
Love Ailsa, Daphne, and Florence (personal favorites)
Phoebe sounds great with George
Daphne, Phoebe, and Flora sound great with Hazel

...

If you're torn between names or among names, name several things around the house different names you're thinking of. Name your car keys Alice, for example and the mailbox Ivy, and your purse Mabel. See if you get tired of saying those names. Of course, once you give your new baby a name, you are going to end up saying it thousands and thousands of times.

Posted by: Susan Chesney at March 16, 2005 10:14 PM

A few ideas:

Cassia (Cinnamon)
Sage (from the spice or prophet)
Freya (Goddess of Love and Beauty)
Isis (Goddess of the stars)
Cira (Sun)

Posted by: Elizabeth at March 12, 2005 12:11 PM

My suggestion is Thirza (sweet-natured, cypress tree). It can also be spelled Thyrza, Tirza, or Tyrza). A few others I really like with Hazel:

Aurora (Dawn)
Ivy (Ivy plant)
Saffron (Yellow flower, Indian spice)
Zinnia (flower name)

Good Luck!

Posted by: Elizabeth at March 11, 2005 10:11 PM

Henna - (HEHN uh), is an orange-red dye that varies in color with the article on which it is used. It comes from the leaves of a small shrub that grows in Arabia, Iran, the East Indies, and North Africa. The shrub is also known as Egyptian privet and Jamaica mignonette. The henna plant is also raised for its fragrant blossoms. Women in Asia use henna to color their nails, fingertips, and parts of their feet. It has been used to dye men's beards, as well as the manes and hoofs of horses. People have also colored wool, silk, and animal skins with henna. (this is what it means)
amarantha - greek, meaning unfadeing, immortal (this is one of my favorites) (pron: ah-mar-ann-tha)
azure ( ah-zhure) meaning sky blue
gardenia - flower name
genesis - orgin, birth
georgia - state
july - month
carys (care-ess) meaning love
leandra
monet - famous french artist
nyla
petra
portia
sapphire - beautiful: gemstone
serafina - saint's name
winter - season

Posted by: shelby at March 10, 2005 08:12 PM

Hi agian I was thinking of what you should name your baby and I like the name Heather it sounds good together "Hazel and Heather" and goes pretty well with your last name. Heather means pure one or divine one.

Posted by: Jake Weber at March 7, 2005 06:56 PM

Adeline (Noble)
Ariadne (Most sacred)
Astrid (Beautiful Godess or Divine Power)
Audrey (Noble Strength)
Augusta (Revered
Bronwen (beautiful and sacred bosom)
Bryony
Calla
Cecilia
Cecily
Celia
Cora
Dahlia
Etta (Home Leader)
Hattie (Home Leader)
Helena
Ivy
Lavender
Louisa (famous Warrior)
Mercy
Zelda

Posted by: Karen at March 7, 2005 11:25 AM

My vote is for Pearl.  It's old fashioned, but definitely not musty!  Sounds GREAT with Hazel and with George.  I love that Hazel and Pearl have the same number of letters (don't ask me why, but I'm crazy about that sort of thing!

I have a love of 5 letter names!) and that they both end in L.  Those things tie them together, but they are still VERY different names!  Pearl isn't popular at all ... I think it fits all the criteria perfectly.

Actually, one of my most favorite names is Willa Pearl.  My husband won't let me use it.

And as a new entry, I'll submit Treva.  It's pronounced TREE va and was the name of my great aunt.  I personally think that its beautiful and its on my list as Treva Scarlett.  But Treva George sounds wonderful as does Hazel and Treva.  Again, the 5 letter thing ties them together for me.  :-)  Also, I like that they both have an uncommon letter in their name ... z and v.  (yes, I'm crazy.)  I believe that Treva means prudent, but I'm not sure of its heritage at all.

I also really like Mabel ... add it to your list ... but I know nothing about it.  It's not a name that I can ever use with Mitchell as a last name, but I think it's lovely.

Good luck with your new baby and your lovely Hazel.  Audra and I (my daughter) will say a prayer for your family. (Audra is a great name too! And actually, I LOVE Hazel, but Hazel Mitchell doesn't do much for me!)

Lindsay Mitchell

Posted by: Lindsay Mitchell at March 7, 2005 08:53 AM

Hi,
I just happened to stumble upon your site from someone on ivillage and was reading about it. I am pregnant with my first child, a boy. I thought I would submit the name I was going to give my child if it was a girl. I think it is really pretty and not used too much, kind of old fashioned.

Sadie-meaning is princess

Good luck!
Kelli
Due with Avery Scott June 6, 2005

Posted by: Kelli at March 7, 2005 12:05 AM

Congratulations on your upcoming arrival! What a fun contest!

I like Brenna (little drop of water), Liliana (lily), Eliana (God has answered) and Tessa (late summer). Good luck!

Melissa Perry

Posted by: Melissa Perry at March 5, 2005 12:15 PM

I really love the name Elise. I think it works really well. Other suggestions:

Mai
Margaret *Maggie*
Annabelle *Anna*
Imogen *Immy* (my personal favourite)
Maisie
Eva (Ay-vuh)
Evie
Clara
Josephine *Josie*
Sophia
Juliet

I hope you like some of those names. :) Good luck with your baby!

Posted by: KiKiPoynter at March 5, 2005 10:17 AM

What a beautiful web site!! I just had to add my two cents. My name suggestions for a sister of Hazel are:

Heather, Ginger, Lillie, Amber, Kailani (sea & sky) or Malina (calming, soothing).

Good luck!
Malina Amber George sounds wonderful!

Posted by: Colleen at March 3, 2005 11:30 PM

Name suggestions--

Jacinthe, Greek for hyacinth
Ianthe, Greek for violet colored flower
Chloe, Greek for blooming

Good luck choosing a name-you have many beautiful ones to choose from. I really love less conventionaly, hippy-ish nature names, and Hazel is on the top of my list. It is beautiful, yet has avoided becoming either trendy or musty.

Posted by: Annie at March 3, 2005 11:06 PM

I stumbled across your website by accident; I typed "baby names gemma" into a search engine and your site popped up. (I named my daughter, who was born just last week, Gemma, and I wanted to see how popular it is.)

How fun to ask for baby name suggestions like this. Wish I'd thought of it. I had a horrible time choosing Gemma. I have seven daughters and I think their names go well with Hazel (which would have been on my list of names, but it doesn't go well with our last name). My girls are:

Zoe Marie (Zoe means life)
Eve Josephine (Eve also means life)
Sophia Rose (Sophia means wisdom)
Juliet Mae (Juliet means youth)
Tabitha Grace (Tabitha means gazelle)
Clara Lucille (together, the names mean clear light)
Gemma Isabel (Gemma means a precious Gem; Gemma Donati was the name of Dante Aligheri's wife--Dante, author of The Divine Comedy)

I also really like Violet with Hazel. Again, I couldn't use Violet because of our stupid last name!

You might enjoy ivillage's baby names message board. I found it very helpful in naming my baby!

Posted by: Kyndra at March 3, 2005 10:08 PM

http://www.thinkbabynames.com/

A searchable database of names and their definitions..

Posted by: Marc at January 24, 2005 10:34 AM

What about the name robin?... hm... Hazle and Robin?.
Jess
P.s. It sounds good with george... Robin George.

Posted by: Jessica Weber at January 21, 2005 04:10 PM

Hi ms.george its jake how r u doin? Jess told me that u r gonna have another baby! Cool, well as far as name suggestions go im kinda stumped.... :/ maybe Dawn or somthing im not very good at finding names :( well i wish u kyle and hazel the BEST!

-Jake Weber

Posted by: Jake Weber at January 19, 2005 05:23 PM

I like the name Alexandra

Posted by: Jessica weber at January 19, 2005 05:19 PM

I LOVE Ada and Cora. Both simple but beautiful names. They suggest strong character, wit and femininity. They are unique, but not too out there. If I had to choose between the two, I'd vote for Ada. Ada George - terrific!!!

Love,
Jess

Posted by: Jessica at January 18, 2005 12:04 PM

Hi guys, my favorites from your list so far are: Amy, Bridgett (my confirmation name, an irish saint who founded lots of schools for the poor), Charlotte, Holly, Helen, and Luca. Especially like the way "Holly George" sounds, strong and forward sounding but light and balanced. Also reminds me of "Holly Golightly" from the old movie "Breakfast at Tiffanys", great movie, great character. Here's a name not on your list: Gabrielle. Don't know what it means, but sounds beautiful I think, almost chose that name for my daughter Megan. Have fun choosing! Laura

Posted by: Laura Morton Curtin at January 17, 2005 11:18 AM

From Grandma,
How about Sorian? Don't know what it means and all my baby books are at school. The kids like to look up their names and see what they mean. I also made a list of some favorites and not so favorites from the list, not reasons just opinions.
Favorites: Alma, Beatrix, Iris, Luca, Nola, Willa, Zola
Not so Favorite: Calandra, Calista, Cerulean, Dorothy, Grace(I know too many now), Marie, Penelope, Poppy and Scarlet
But don't worry, I'll love whatever you pick and I'll love her no matter what her name is. Grandchildren are the best!

Posted by: Carol Monhollen at January 15, 2005 04:40 PM

oops. you can just cross Ofelia off that list! How about Amy Jr. Why doesn't anyone name their daughters Jr? I think you need to break the mold and start a new tradition. Is there a feminine version of Jr? Just another brilliant idea from me!

Posted by: catherine at January 11, 2005 12:31 PM

The February 2005 "Parents" magazine features a story on celebrity baby names with tidbits and predictions for this year's top "new" baby names provided by Linda Rosenkrantz, author of our valuable prize book "Beyond Jennifer & Jason..."

So what's hot for 2005? Ruby, Scarlet, and Violet are among the top on her list - and are receiving lots of support from people contributing to our list as well. So we're either on the right track or we're veering dangerously into the soon-to-be ubiquitous.

Thanks for the suggestions, keep 'em coming, this is fun!

Posted by: Kyle at January 11, 2005 10:20 AM

I think that the character Ophelia killed herself.

"Of all the pivotal characters in Hamlet, Ophelia is the most static and one-dimensional. She has the potential to become a tragic heroine -- to overcome the adversities inflicted upon her -- but she instead crumbles into insanity, becoming merely tragic. This is because Ophelia herself is not as important as her representation of the dual nature of women in the play. Ophelia's distinct purpose is to show at once Hamlet's warped view of women as callous sexual predators, and the innocence and virtue of women." (That's from some website about Shakespeare's Ophelia.)

SO, while I think the name is beautiful it carries way too much baggage :)

Posted by: amy at January 10, 2005 07:34 PM

How about Ofelia? I don't think it is ready to come back into style, but just wait, the next celebrity to have a baby will name her this.

Posted by: catherine at January 10, 2005 05:14 AM

How about Ginger? It's 2 syllables, sounds great as "Ginger George," old-fashioned, but just about ready to come back into style. You'll be cutting edge! And I don't think you can get any cuter than "meet my two daughters- Hazel and Ginger"

Posted by: Alyssa at January 9, 2005 07:10 PM

Scarlet (a color)
I see that June was already nominated, but i think it would go well with George - June George sounds like Jasper Johns, plus the name is from the same era as Hazel (at least in terms of TV programs).

Posted by: Catherine Takizawa at January 8, 2005 05:23 AM

Monia or Cerulean

Posted by: Joshua Beachlaputz at January 7, 2005 05:09 PM

Bridget

Posted by: emma at January 7, 2005 02:49 PM

petula

Posted by: Catherine Takizawa at January 7, 2005 12:46 PM

I like the name Soleil. It is french and means sun. She can be the sunshine of your life. It is pronounced with a long o (so-lay).

Posted by: Lisa Yates at January 6, 2005 03:28 PM

Rebecca submitted a written (paper) list of 67 (no kidding) names. In the interest of maintainting a fair, representative and fully transparent democratic process (which this naming business is surely not) I will shuffle the new raft of suggestions into the mix... but it may take some time. Thanks Rebecca!

Posted by: Kyle at January 5, 2005 10:57 AM

As I mentioned to Amy, I now lay in bed at night with my very awake baby and think about names for your baby! I will try not to overwhelm you with the vast quanitites of names that have run through my mind. :)

Tonight's vote: Calluna - part of the latin name for Heather (flower), HIGHLY prized in Scotland etc... can be shorten to Cal

Don't think that there won't be another vote tomorrow!

Posted by: Rebecca at January 3, 2005 07:37 PM

i am going to have to think about this. How about Magnolia? I like these...Lila, Opal, Ruby, Charolette, Beatrix, Violet, Matilda. so, if one of these are picked, can I still get a picture of the baby even though I didn't come up with the name originally? Maybe i will come up with something super-duper later...
catherine

Posted by: Catherine Takizawa at January 3, 2005 11:51 AM

Ruth: stephanie manzano (meaning: compainion or friend)

Posted by: stephanie manzano at January 2, 2005 04:07 PM