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So people are starting to ask if we have names picked out. Most are just making conversation. Others, closer relatives and friends, are lobbying for their choice and/or to be the babies namesake. A small minority are just trying to be in the know. We definitely want our kids names to be slightly unusual and not mainstream, but not wacko out there either. We are trying to avoid names that have multiple common spellings (such as Steven and Stephen) or have an icky nickname. I looked though a list of Polish names and found that most of them are simply derivatives of other names so there really isn't much point naming our daughter Kasia if she's gonna end up being Katie anyway.
We have made the decision not to reveal any of the names we have on our short list. Therefore I will refer to them, now and probably forever on this blog, as Natasha and Boris. Sidenote
: I actually lobbied for the name Natasha but it just didn't work out with our final decision. Boris was never an option.
Our last ultrasound showed that our future kids are healthy. Boris is 2lbs 8 oz. Natasha is 2 lbs 7 oz and breech so the C-section is still on the table.
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