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« Reply #615 on: June 10, 2021, 01:26:38 AM »

Wow,  CyrilSebastian - all those boys with the one girl plunked in the middle!  She’s got her own protection squad there ☺️

Like the combination of Victoria Elizabeth Nicola or Alexandra Elizabeth Nicola Mapelli Mozzi.  With  2 or 3 names, this baby’s going to have quite the moniker.  Not sure on a boy’s name so think I’m hoping she has a girl.
   
The one daughter and the third son are actually twins!
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« Reply #616 on: June 10, 2021, 01:18:43 PM »

Wow,  CyrilSebastian - all those boys with the one girl plunked in the middle!  She’s got her own protection squad there ☺️

Like the combination of Victoria Elizabeth Nicola or Alexandra Elizabeth Nicola Mapelli Mozzi.  With  2 or 3 names, this baby’s going to have quite the moniker.  Not sure on a boy’s name so think I’m hoping she has a girl.
   
The one daughter and the third son are actually twins!

Oh, my!!
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« Reply #617 on: June 10, 2021, 02:15:06 PM »

My first cousin and his wife in Australia are the parents of six children.  Doggy Doggy Doggy Cat Doggy Doggy

One of my aunts also has 6 children, 2 sons and 4 daughters (first a daughter, then 2 sons, completed with 3 daughters). Apparently, in appearance I was very similar to this aunt and some of her children. I was even able to pass for her 7th child several times.

I don't see it often in my surroundings and current time anymore. But my parents are from families of 6 and 8 children respectively. In case of the 8 children, the eldest was a daughter, who had 7 younger brothers (the youngest about 14 years younger then her) Resulting in 17 and 26 grandchildren respectively (including myself and my siblings). At the moment we have been in the period of great-grandchildren for years, I have not fully kept up with them. Wans't possible to manage it anymore either.
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« Reply #618 on: June 10, 2021, 02:24:22 PM »

My first cousin and his wife in Australia are the parents of six children.  Doggy Doggy Doggy Cat Doggy Doggy

One of my aunts also has 6 children, 2 sons and 4 daughters (first a daughter, then 2 sons, completed with 3 daughters). Apparently, in appearance I was very similar to this aunt and some of her children. I was even able to pass for her 7th child several times.

I don't see it often in my surroundings and current time anymore. But my parents are from families of 6 and 8 children respectively. In case of the 8 children, the eldest was a daughter, who had 7 younger brothers (the youngest about 14 years younger then her) Resulting in 17 and 26 grandchildren respectively (including myself and my siblings). At the moment we have been in the period of great-grandchildren for years, I have not fully kept up with them. Wans't possible to manage it anymore either.


A friend of my mother had 9 children.... 5 daughters and one son ... then pregnant again.... triplets.... all girls.... thankfully for the son he went to boarding school.... as did many of the younger sisters.... it would have been a strange world otherwise and the father of the children was always in the background.....
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« Reply #619 on: June 10, 2021, 02:35:21 PM »

I do hope they choose an Italian name. Italian names sound beautiful. Even the Italian version of Anglo names often sound pretty—Caterina, Bianca, Alicia, ViTtoria, Angelica, others. I’m assuming they’re having a girl, don’t know why. 😁
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« Reply #620 on: June 10, 2021, 02:57:25 PM »

My first cousin and his wife in Australia are the parents of six children.  Doggy Doggy Doggy Cat Doggy Doggy

One of my aunts also has 6 children, 2 sons and 4 daughters (first a daughter, then 2 sons, completed with 3 daughters). Apparently, in appearance I was very similar to this aunt and some of her children. I was even able to pass for her 7th child several times.

I don't see it often in my surroundings and current time anymore. But my parents are from families of 6 and 8 children respectively. In case of the 8 children, the eldest was a daughter, who had 7 younger brothers (the youngest about 14 years younger then her) Resulting in 17 and 26 grandchildren respectively (including myself and my siblings). At the moment we have been in the period of great-grandchildren for years, I have not fully kept up with them. Wans't possible to manage it anymore either.


A friend of my mother had 9 children.... 5 daughters and one son ... then pregnant again.... triplets.... all girls.... thankfully for the son he went to boarding school.... as did many of the younger sisters.... it would have been a strange world otherwise and the father of the children was always in the background.....

Oh, it is a weird feeling to be the only boy or girl in a large flock of offspring Smiley

We often joke about the situations of my nieces and nephews. At our side, my niece, is the only female grandchild. While at the other side of her family, her brother (my nephew) is the only male grandchild.
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« Reply #621 on: June 10, 2021, 03:37:26 PM »

I do hope they choose an Italian name. Italian names sound beautiful. Even the Italian version of Anglo names often sound pretty—Caterina, Bianca, Alicia, ViTtoria, Angelica, others. I’m assuming they’re having a girl, don’t know why. 😁

I am also convinced that they are having a girl!

Regarding Italian names, Edo and Dara went with a quite regular, non Italian name, Christopher. 

It could all be different with a girl though!
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« Reply #622 on: June 10, 2021, 03:53:06 PM »

I do hope they choose an Italian name. Italian names sound beautiful. Even the Italian version of Anglo names often sound pretty—Caterina, Bianca, Alicia, ViTtoria, Angelica, others. I’m assuming they’re having a girl, don’t know why. 😁

I am also convinced that they are having a girl!

Regarding Italian names, Edo and Dara went with a quite regular, non Italian name, Christopher. 

It could all be different with a girl though!

I am also on board the Bea will have a girl train.  Smiley

Christopher (Wolfie) is named after Edo's late stepfather, Christopher Shale. So use of a family name, Italian or not, is a distinct possibility.

Bea's family presents a wide variety to choose from - Victoria, Alexandra, Elizabeth, Alice, and Caroline, just to name a few.
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« Reply #623 on: June 14, 2021, 03:34:55 AM »

I think Victoria Alice or Bianca Rose would be beautiful names.
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