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Need help with a nickname

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  • jaedrae jaedrae's Avatar 10-03-08 | 08:30 AM
  • OK we had decided on Corrigan for a first name for our son. DH had backed out on it, but he has changed his name provided we have a good nickname. It is an old family name on DH's side. We need a nickname that is not Corri or Corey or anything along those lines. There is already a Corey in the family.
    It would make DH extremely happy if we had a good nickname for him because Corrigan is just a little too fancy for a baby

    Any ideas?
  • Keepers Keepers's Avatar 10-03-08 | 08:41 AM
  • I like Rigan!
Thank you Keepers!
jaedrae (10-03-08)
  • Bethann73 Bethann73's Avatar 10-03-08 | 09:13 AM
  • How about Bubba?
    I'm kidding.

    My kids have so many nicknames I'm surprised they answer me at all.. and the nicknames are rarely derivatives of their name..
    we have.. Monk, Monkey, Boog, Miss Moo, Squish.. they are all over the place
  • jaedrae jaedrae's Avatar 10-03-08 | 11:17 AM
  • I never thought of calling him Rigan and spelling it like that... thats is a great idea.
    I am scared it will end up being something like bubba!
  • Bethann73 Bethann73's Avatar 10-03-08 | 11:21 AM

    you never know what will flow out once he arrives..

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