Sunday, July 13, 2008

Sunday Daily Dose of Cute:
All Dried Off & Raring To Go


Daphne and Her Baby Girl, Age Two Days (taken yesterday)

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40 comments:

  1. Eglantine? Emmeline? Erminegarde?
    So cute!

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  2. Ellie may. The most famous of farm girls!

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  3. Little baby E has the cutest ears! Is it any wonder her name will start with an E? What did you name the dogs? I have gone back through the files but I didn't see it. So, are all the animals done with births yet? You need a break. Just in time to start over again.

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  4. With that racing around, I immediately thought - Earnhardt (not sure it works for a girl, though!)

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  5. She looks like an Eloise to me.
    Adorable.

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  6. I think those babies are just about the cutest thing - EVER!!!! You are sooooo lucky, and thank you sooooo much for sharing them with us! We're lucky, too.

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  7. How about Echo?

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  8. She's so lovely!

    How about Emma or Eowyn?

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  9. All that energy immediately brought to mind the name "Elektra" for me!

    She's so very adorable. :)

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  10. What a love! You could always go with E! ( isn't that a cable program?) or Eleanor ( no reason at all, except E. Roosevelt was a cool lady). With those ears, how about Eggbeater?

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  11. I have to say I'm partial to Ella (the name of my cat). It means little girl but in my experience it fits feisty little girls especially well.

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  12. I am a little slow on the uptake.
    After reading on Saturday and seeing your "copy write" copy, it dawned on me that you hadn't just written the same of "copy write" stuff.

    I think when you first started I read it and thought not much of it. Read it a few more times and thought they must have all sounded them same. I now see where you actually comment and add lots of fun stuff associated with the "copy write" text. I can't wait to go back and read them all.

    Call me slow (or blonde - I am).
    Now I have to wonder how many times I've commented and seemed like a goof because maybe my questions were answered in your copy write.

    I also have noticed lately, that all of a sudden there is a post that shows up that I haven't see before - and I check your blog almost daily and go backwards until I'm where I left off. Go figure.

    Can't wait to hear the new "E" name.

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  13. Espry jumps to mind; seems to go with the speedy feet. :-)

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  14. It's so unoriginal, but whenever I think E-names and the cute little donkey you keep posting photos of I think Eeyore. Love the posts!

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  15. I think the new baby should be called Emily..coz um..its a really pretty name. :D

    Em(ily)

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  16. When I saw her picture taken just after her birth, I immediately thought of "Emily" as her name. Just popped into my head. She is very cute!

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  17. She looks like an Evelyn to me.

    Do the donkeys have a job, other than being cute?

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  18. Ermintrude - After the cow in magic round-about..?

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  19. I'm still throwing my vote towards Endora! She is really a-dora-ble... get it? Ha Ha... okay, not so funny. :-)

    Oh, another e name is Ernestine (that was my grandmother's name), but she doesn't strike me as an Ernestine.

    Blessings,
    ~*~

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  20. I went looking for a girls name. but really did not come up with one except Elizabeth that won't work.
    then my daughter came in and said "elsa" sorta nice.
    I also thought of hurracines,for the way she run twisting and turning,but did not like any of those names.! lol

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  21. My vote is for Epiphany! :) My husband came up with it in the car the other day because it was like Daphne had an Epiphany that it was time to have her baby too! :) She's super cute!

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  22. If you're looking for names, how about Etienne?

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  23. Elsie! Elizabeth! Eh-isn't-she-cute!


    -plot

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  24. She's got to be Eliza Doolittle! So very cute.

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  25. How about Ebray?

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  26. I kinda like the names Estella or Estrella. Been looking for the lamb that looks like one! ;-)
    Love the baby donkeys, my goodness they are so cute.
    Tammy

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  27. Aw, she is darling! How about Elise? (Full disclosure: that's my name!)

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  28. Evinrude is an outboard motor company. I think in "The Rescuers" it was the name of the dragonfly. Seems like it might fit her need for speed.

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  29. I have been thinking hard and looking at that little beauty and wondering what name will suit her. If she were mine I think I would name her Elleree, or Emberlynn, or how about Earlene? Emeline means industrious. Eugenia means well born,Eudora means delightful gift. They;re all lovely names....for such a cute little gal

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  30. Perhaps to some it's boring but I'd suggest Elizabeth (I already saw someone say it wouldn't work). It's classic and refined for a beautiful young woman. You could even say it with a french accent to sound sexy!!!

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  31. Eva.

    i.e. She Goes.

    2 syllables work great in basic animal communcations.

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  32. Been thinking...how about Etoille.
    (sounds like eh twahl). It means "star" in french. It was my grandmother's middle name.

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  33. Oh I think she is precious!! I like Esmeralda or Esme. Esmeralda means emerald, and I think that is a fitting name for a sporty girl.

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  34. Esmé might suit your darling donkey.

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  35. Oh, I like Evelyn (Evie) or Esmerelda (Esme). Very cute!!

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  36. This infant baby is so delicate,It must have been the precious gift of God for you Daphne.

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  37. Emmy? Evita? ooh...Evangeline? :)

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