In our search of names we've scoured lists and books, and our imaginations to think of something perfect for our little boy or girl. We're still not going to tell you any of our choices, especially after our first lesson in pregnancy - scroll down to the bit about Erin's mum. But here is a bit of inspiration to our eventually answer.
Top ten baby names in UK in 2007:
Boring. Or our friends and family have snagged them already.
And in the US:
If you want to check out when names have been popular, click on this. It's very entertaining. Hours, if not more than a century, of fun, in fact.
Here's something else from the same author, she also wrote this. Can you think of any more names that would be great if they weren't words already? I have a theory - and this is not for the faint of heart - that some STIs and diseases would make great posh English names if they weren't STIs or diseases. Try shouting Clamydia or Diarrhea in a British home counties accent. It works perfectly. And they could be shortened to Clammy and Dee, or possibly Rea.
You can also find out the meaning of names to help with inspiration.
I'm getting carried away, I was just about to write our top ten list of names. But Erin says no. So I won't.