Late to comment here, but L, I'm so glad to hear the melatonin is working.
I'm not a huge fan of Vine as a first name. I tend to believe you should name your child what you want, but I do see a lot of names go past my desk and with preschoolers I'm pretty close to the trends in naming. One little girl recently had a pretty unusual name - people have heard it before out of Greek myth but it's not a name I've ever heard with a person before. Every time I have said the name - in conversation with our scheduler, etc. - someone nearby will ask "is she really named XXX?" Her brother's name is even more so a name I associate with one particular person in history, and have never met anyone else with that name, and it's a name that seems almost comical. I really do want to avoid that reaction for a child. But I'm not opposed to using an unusual/creative name. DH and I were talking about Vienna for a girl, actually. I'm curious how others react to that. I think it's pretty.
Sorry, I totally digressed. Vine is a totally different situation. But still - I'm not sold. I think I either think of a grapevine (I heard it through the grapevine?) or the religious reference to Jesus as the vine. Either of which you probably don't want your son associated with.
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