Cool double names
I'm southern, and we folk love our double names - we don't even feel the need to hyphenate most of the time, since we feel it's pretty natural to have 2 names. It's a nice way to make classic or popular names feel fresh and unique, I think, or to make short names feel more complete. Growing up, I've known:
I just turned 28 so there are only a handful of babies in my crew, but so far there's been a:
Have you heard any cool double names? Or can you think of any?
Re: Cool double names
Also in the South...know babies/kids
Molly Grace (actually 2 or 3 of these)
and my little girl, who isn't officially a double name, but everyone (and I mean friends, teachers, acquantainces) call her both names about half the time...
Also in the south. All these are age 25ish or below.
Most of these are first/middle name combos who just go by both names.
When I moved to Tennessee a lot of teachers/professors assumed I went by Laura Beth (I just go by Laura), which is a very common double name around here.
I like Dahlia Rose and Calla Rose as double names. My cousin is named John Anthony and I knew a girl in middle school named Briar Rose.
I'm thinking about Mae Reed. Thoughts?
Sarah Joe :)
I personally don't really go for doubles, but if I did i would probably go with Gretel Anne :)
I like Alice Anne off your list. I only know two:
In the book 'The girl who could fly', there are many double names:
I've been thinking of Eliza Claire a lot lately. I think it makes 2 very simple, vintage, slightly overdone names sparkle when you put them together.
My daughter's name is FN Mary MN Claire but a lot of family call her Mary Claire. We've talked about a Sarah Jane if we had another girl.