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Since one of my patristics friends guessed the name, I'll give you the top three (in order):

Perpetua (http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/06029a.htm)
Constance
Ingrid

Perpetua is our top choice, partly because we think it's pretty and mostly because we like the saint for whom she would be named. (Also, an irony - she was gored by a bull and so has been named the patron saint of cattle. An appropriate saint for a child born in Texas, eh?)

Constance come from the virtue, of course. And is pretty.

Ingrid is just, well, pretty. There is an Ingrid of Sweden, but we don't know anything about her yet. Our main hesitation about Ingrid is that it is just so very Scandanavian-sounding and we have no heritage of it on either side of the family.

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waytoblue24
Apr. 27th, 2009 07:16 am (UTC)
re: the concern about "Ingrid" - while working at the adoption agency, I learned that Ingrid is a popular name in Central American cultures. Many of the Guatemalan girls I placed were named "Ingrid," and they certainly did not look Scandinavian.
loveminus0
Apr. 27th, 2009 02:20 pm (UTC)
That's really interesting. Any idea how Ingrid became so popular there?

Sorry I wasn't able to get you called back yesterday. I had the cleaning bug and Samuel had just gone to sleep (I actually missed your call because I was putting him down), so I figured that I had better indulge it. I've found that the desire and opportunity to clean coincide so rarely that when they do, that I have to immediately jump into it regardless of anything else! :) Are you going to be free and at home tonight?
waytoblue24
Apr. 28th, 2009 02:35 am (UTC)
I don't know why Ingrid is so popular there. When I have time, I'll do a little research to see if I can find out. I've always been curious about that.

I am home tonight if you're free to talk, although I realize it's already pretty late there. I won't be home tomorrow night or Wednesday night, but should be home on Thursday and Sunday.

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