All Discussions Tagged 'names' (5)

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Has Anyone Had to Change the Title and Domain Name of their blog?

I use the Blogger platform for my blog and have been blogging for three years now. I have nearly 1,000 subscribers, 10 other moms that writ…

Started by Cascia

2 Sep 30, 2010
Reply by Jenn R

What baby name did your husband veto?

I'm in to unique names, and my sister is pregnant with her second child and has asked me to help her come up with a list of names. Her firs…

Started by Lisabeth Conger

40 Jul 2, 2010
Reply by Kristina

Blog name change?

Hi there,As I write more on my blog, I think I need a broader name that captures all that interests me. Does anyone have any feedback on ch…

Started by Emily Roach

2 Mar 30, 2010
Reply by Sarah Hammond

Real Names or Pseudonyms?

I am so curious about this! I've been reading so many blogs that have cutesy names instead of real names and I'm wondering why? I decided t…

Started by Krissi McVicker

13 Jan 25, 2010
Reply by Mandy HEaston

What's in a Name?

I recently had a discussion with a friend about the name she has picked out for her first little baby on the way, and that prompted a whole…

Started by Kate

8 Jul 8, 2008
Reply by Cathy H

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