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Old 07-14-2010, 08:52 AM
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I thought that the British used 'autumn' to describe the season between summer and winter not 'fall'.
Quite right, but is the baby not due quite close to Xmas?
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Quite right, but is the baby not due quite close to Xmas?
Yes it's due in the December.
I don't see them going for Winter Phillips because that would be a tiny bit cheesy due to the babies mother being named after a season.
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Old 07-14-2010, 09:17 AM
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Yes it's due in the December.
I don't see them going for Winter Phillips because that would be a tiny bit cheesy due to the babies mother being named after a season.
Carrying on the seasonal theme, how about Jesus Phillips, or Santa or Poinsettia Phillips?
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Old 07-14-2010, 10:44 AM
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Or Holly, Ivy, Noelle, or Natalie for a girl; and Noel or Nathaniel for a boy... Eh, I can't see most of those being viable options really. Perhaps Noel for a boy but I'm not feeling the others.

I do doubt that a boy would have a first name of James since Peter has a first cousin named James now.
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Old 07-14-2010, 10:50 AM
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Or Holly, Ivy, Noelle, or Natalie for a girl; and Noel or Nathaniel for a boy... Eh, I can't see most of those being viable options really. Perhaps Noel for a boy but I'm not feeling the others.

I do doubt that a boy would have a first name of James since Peter has a first cousin named James now.
No, nor did I think any of the "seasonal" names I suggested would make the cut!
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Old 07-14-2010, 03:41 PM
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I think it migth be Benjamin Michael Adam Phillips for a boy and Mary Alexandra Elisabeth Phillips for a girl
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Carrying on the seasonal theme, how about Jesus Phillips, or Santa or Poinsettia Phillips?

Although Jesus is used as a first name in same Christian countries, and of course in the Arab world, the northern European Christian countries have tended not to use Jesus as a first name seeing it as sacreligious. The Royal Family sticks to tradition a lot and this is one tradition that I don't see being allowed for the eldest great-grandson (as Jesus is a boy's name) of the Supreme Governor of the Church of England, and she gets to approve the names.
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Old 07-14-2010, 07:35 PM
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Quite right, but is the baby not due quite close to Xmas?

Thanks for confirming my understanding of the English language used in Britain. I was surprised to see a Brit suggest an Americanism for a British season, which is why I raised the point - nothing about the name of the child but about the actual language used.
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Old 07-15-2010, 03:39 AM
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Maybe Autumn will choose a new name altogether like some celebs do or name the first child after her relatives. What is Autumn's mum's name?
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Maybe Autumn will choose a new name altogether like some celebs do or name the first child after her relatives. What is Autumn's mum's name?
Her name is Kitty.
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Her name is Kitty.
I assumed that "Kitty" was a diminutive of Katherine
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Thanks Lumut Queen. Perhaps Autokitty???
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Old 07-15-2010, 08:39 AM
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I was surprised to see a Brit suggest an Americanism for a British season, which is why I raised the point - nothing about the name of the child but about the actual language used.
Perhaps I was being facetious, and you missed it!
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I assumed that "Kitty" was a diminutive of Katherine
No it's just Kitty.
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Old 07-15-2010, 07:21 PM
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what about;


for a girl:

kathryn elizabeth kelly phillips
eve anne kelly phillips
kelly-anne victoria phillips

or something like esme or rosealie

for a boy:

i think something like

henry andrew edward philips

jacob harry mark philips

jasper mark andrew philips

or maybe carlisle or ronald or neville
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^The Twilight names are very nice, specially Jasper
I would love them to use Kelly if it's a girl.
Maybe they will use Kitty, or Anne, or Elizabeth. There are lots of possible combinations.
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I think Peter and Autumn will go for something traditional, yet not so old-fashioned.

I'd expect Emma, Amelia, Charlotte, Alice or Mary for a girl. Louis, Alexander, George, Alfred or John for a boy.

For a girl, I'd suggest Emma Anne Elizabeth or Amelia Anne Elizabeth.

For a boy, I'd suggest Louis Philip Peter or George Philip Peter.
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Old 07-16-2010, 05:22 AM
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I like Emma and Louis, traditional but modern.
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Old 07-16-2010, 08:41 AM
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Congratulations to the happy couple and to Her Majesty on becoming a great-grandmother!!!
For a boy, I'd suggest Andrew and Charles. For a girl, I'd like to see Anne, at least as a middle name. Elizabeth and Margaret are also great choices!
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Elizabeth Ann or Ann Elizabeth.
Phillipe or William.
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