Discussion in 'Member Photos' started by schlegelbagel, Apr 14, 2009.
Emily Elizabeth Schlegelbagel, kind of a nice ring to it
Seriously tho Emily is a beautiful name
I like that ! Emily Elizabeth has always been a favorite name of mine. Wasn't she the girl in the Clifford books?
Every nurse and midwife I have ever spoken to says the mothers come in with all of these names picked out, and then when they have the kids in their arms, they shoot off with something else completely, unless they opted to fill out the birth certificate in advance...
Let me know how that goes?
Sure thing. Although I have wanted Emily for forever. Its my grandma's name. The funny thing, is HER name WAS Emily Schlegel.
I think it has a nice ring to it! And that will be good here in a few years when you find yourself screaming EMILY ELIZABETH!!! GET IN HERE!!!! ! LOL!
I wanted an Emily and a Sara. Then I discovered the joy of boys! Emily Elizabeth is the little girl in the Clifford stories- I love that name! My niece is Emily Grace...New ultrasound pics Liz?
I'm thinking that name has been somehow engraved in the back of my brain since I was 4....
If your last name starts with a K, her initials will spell Eek!
Alas, my last name is a B.
That's probably for the better
Congrats again Liz!
What a perfectly beautiful name, Liz! And Merlin is right - it has a wonderful ring to it when you bellow it to get her attention
Congratulations! I'm so happy for you, and I hope everything continues to go well!!!!
That's a good name, but I think you should name her after your favorite female frog!
Beautiful name! And congrats on the tadpole!
I wouldn't have minded if my mom referred to me as a tadpole unless she hated frogs, and if she ended up naming me toad. Then I would care. hehe
My cousin just had a baby named emily
My brother's nick name was "slimy toad" *chuckles*
Looking fantasic Mommy lady! Did you get the tickets?
Which tickets? I got my tickets to Chicago, missed the Beastie Boy tickets and am still deciding when to go to Buffalo. Does that help?
Separate names with a comma.