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    Re: Cruise, Holmes welcome baby girl, Suri

    Movies gonna tank regardless.
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    Re: Cruise, Holmes welcome baby girl, Suri

    Quote Originally Posted by KronoRed
    Movies gonna tank regardless.
    I dunno, I actually liked the first two MI movies, and this one does have Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Larry Fishburne in it...
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    Re: Cruise, Holmes welcome baby girl, Suri

    Hey! Brook Shields also gave birth to a baby girl yesterday, and it was in the same hospital and on the same floor.

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    I...I really like the name. A lot. Very pretty, I think. But I also kind of like Apple and Moses.

    As the smart ones around me point out, any kids that I may have will someday have to attend middle school, so yes, it's probably better that I not breed.

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    Re: Cruise, Holmes welcome baby girl, Suri

    Britney update....

    Seems her kid feel out of the high chair and cracked his noggin.

    Britney considering suing the manufacturer.

    What is it with this woman and kid's safety seat? To many moving parts?
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    Re: Cruise, Holmes welcome baby girl, Suri

    Quote Originally Posted by vaticanplum
    I...I really like the name. A lot. Very pretty, I think. But I also kind of like Apple and Moses.

    As the smart ones around me point out, any kids that I may have will someday have to attend middle school, so yes, it's probably better that I not breed.

    My fiancee and I have picked names for if we ever have kids:

    Eric Christopher
    Nolan Ryan
    Gemma Starr
    Hermione Lilith


    Poor kids
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    Re: Cruise, Holmes welcome baby girl, Suri

    Quote Originally Posted by savafan
    My fiancee and I have picked names for if we ever have kids:

    Eric Christopher
    Nolan Ryan
    Gemma Starr
    Hermione Lilith


    Poor kids
    Gemma and Hermione? Why would you saddle a kid with a name like that?

    I think some people find ideas for names after a trip to CVS...

    This is my son Motrine, and our twins Tylenol and Advil.

    That's like that one actress who named her daughter Apple. Geez!

    I could see the funny, little jokes they tell to all... "This is Apple. She is rotten to the core too."

    Hope she doesn't ever get worms.
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    Re: Cruise, Holmes welcome baby girl, Suri

    Quote Originally Posted by GAC
    Gemma and Hermione? Why would you saddle a kid with a name like that?
    We made a deal wherein she gets to name the girls. She chose those names from book characters she likes.
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    Re: Cruise, Holmes welcome baby girl, Suri

    I'd fight her Sava..maybe trade Nolan Ryan for some diffrent girl names
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    Re: Cruise, Holmes welcome baby girl, Suri

    Quote Originally Posted by savafan
    We made a deal wherein she gets to name the girls. She chose those names from book characters she likes.
    Harry Potter?
    What if this wasn't a rhetorical question?

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    Re: Cruise, Holmes welcome baby girl, Suri

    Quote Originally Posted by GAC
    Gemma and Hermione? Why would you saddle a kid with a name like that?
    Hermione might be rough because it'd be really apparent where the name came from (Harry Potter books). Don't know how well that'd go -- especially if you name her before the last book gets written.

    It'd be like naming your girl Leia -- although, I have seen quite a few "Leah" (Lee-AH) names around.
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    Re: Cruise, Holmes welcome baby girl, Suri

    Quote Originally Posted by paintmered
    Harry Potter?
    That's where Hermione comes from, obviously. Gemma is from the novel A Great And Terrible Beauty
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    Re: Cruise, Holmes welcome baby girl, Suri

    Gemma is a great name (in my opinion -- remember I also like Suri), but it's very, very common in Britain, so not even technically a weird name. Hermione is more common in Britain than it is here, but not inherently common, I'd say.

    Doesn't Eric Christopher write children's sports books? Or is that Matt Christopher?

    I'd like to take a moment to point out that we're now discussing baby names on a baseball message board. Rock!

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    Re: Cruise, Holmes welcome baby girl, Suri

    My Dad was a HUGE serial western fan.

    They almost named me Randolph Scott Clark.

    My younger brother's middle name is Cassidy (after Hopalong)..

    But my Dad came from a family of 12. And if you saw the names they gave him, and his siblings, I can't complain.
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    Re: Cruise, Holmes welcome baby girl, Suri

    Quote Originally Posted by vaticanplum

    Doesn't Eric Christopher write children's sports books? Or is that Matt Christopher?
    I'm not sure. Eric and Christopher were the names of my two best friends growing up. Eric was also her brother's name, who passed away, and she thought it'd be nice to someday remember him by naming a child after him.
    My dad got to enjoy 3 Reds World Championships by the time he was my age. So far, I've only gotten to enjoy one. Step it up Redlegs!


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