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baby name patterns

What do you do when you’ve created a baby name pattern, and now none of the names you love fits? Does your next baby break the mold, or does family unity carry the day?

Katie writes:

My due date is September 30 and we are expecting a girl, our fourth child!

We are feeling a bit stuck trying to find the perfect name to fit with siblings Jamison, Lillian Blake, and Rosewyn Cole, nicknames Jam, Lilly and Wynnie.

Names we’ve considered but still hesitate on are: Magdalen or Madeleine, Noah, Elouise, Lawson, and even Gable. Noah Madeleine is a favorite right now.

I unintentionally started something with the first three children. All three names end in n, are 7 letters long, and the girls both have flower names. The girls also have traditionally male middle names.

I’m finding it hard to pick a name that matches our previous criteria.

The Name Sage replies:

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12 Gorgeous Nature Names

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Sure, there are countless beautiful individual flower names and tree names and bird names and gem names, from Magnolia to Maple to Wren to Ruby. But sometimes I think maybe we don’t see the forest for the trees: in other words there are names that encompass entire categories rather than one specific species. Here are some names that take a wide-lens view of the whole garden or woodland or aviary. By Linda Rosenkrantz

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Quirky British Baby Names

Quirky British baby names

By Abby Sandel

Jamie and Jools Oliver are expecting baby #5! The celebrity chef and his model-turned-designer wife are known for choosing quirky, bold, and delightfully British baby names.

The Olivers are the parents of Poppy Honey Rosie, Daisy Boo Pamela, Petal Blossom Rainbow, and Buddy Bear Maurice. The kids’ first names are pretty mainstream. Poppy and Daisy have been favorites with English parents over the last two decades; Buddy fits perfectly with the preference for nickname names; and while Petal is unusual, nature names of all kinds are more common than ever.

We can make a few guesses about the name of the littlest Oliver:

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fresh flower names

By Nicole Aube

For centuries, parents have been drawn to flower names for their little girls, because they strike a perfect balance between romantic and grounded sensibilities. The most obvious examples are Rose and all her variants – Rosalind, Rosamund, Rosetta, Rosa. You’ve probably met one or two. What about parents who love the idea of a flower name and don’t want something as traditional, but want a certain familiar sound?

Here is a list of the most traditional flower names, with fresh alternatives that don’t stray too far, sound-wise. 

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Best Botanical Baby Names

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botanical baby names

By Jackie at Namesplash

Botanical names have been beloved for many generations. We’re all familiar with Rose, Violet, and Lily, but the scientific (genus and species) names for plants are actually a gold mine for beautiful, unique baby names. Hundreds of thousands of plant species exist, so here are just a few lovely finds from this enormous list.

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