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Thanks. A lot of those names were actually on our preliminary list, but at this point, we're not really looking to add to the list (unless something manages to really wow us). Just trying to pick a...
That's true. I really do want to use either Veronica or Dominic as a first name, so it does make sense to go with Mordecai instead. (But Nicander as a nickname is just so perfect... Oh, well, at...
Little Nicander is due at the end of the month, but I'm having cold feet about our boy combo. We originally settled on Alexander Silvan, with the key word being "settled". I wasn't over-the-moon...
Since Nora and Azure are fairly short, I like how the longer Vivienne looks in between them.
1. Nicholas - DH vetoed it because we have a nephew named Colin, which is traditionally a nickname for Nicholas.
2. Charlotte - Rhymes a little with my name (Margaret).
3. Crispin - DH says it...
February 1st, 2016, 09:24 PM
In the style of Charles, there's also James (only five letters but instead of six, but still) and George. Oh, and Blaise!
Going with lots of syllables packed into a short name, there's Aria, Asa,...
February 1st, 2016, 09:01 PM
1. Tavi Leona and Thora Faline? Tanith Cataleya - Another T name for the first name, and Leona and Faline make me think of lions and felines in general, so I thought a middle name that started with...
I'm another person who agrees that Cora Lavender actually has the best flow, while Cora Lena/Bella/Lily have the worst. I also really like Cora Adeline, even if the a's bump into each other a little....
January 31st, 2016, 01:50 PM
You're welcome! I also love the idea of Snow as a second middle. Catherine Ophelia Snow is so gorgeous. (And, funnily enough, Avalon was also on our longer list of contenders!)
You may get your...
January 31st, 2016, 12:32 AM
Heh, I'm kinda chuckling over here because our daughter's name is Catherine Ophelia, but Catherine Aurelia was also one of our final contenders. Aurelia was DH's first choice, and Ophelia was mine....
The thing I notice about Sofia and Isobel is that they're both legitimate variations of the more popular names Sophia and Isabella, so I might try to keep going with that theme: Emilie/Emilia...
January 20th, 2016, 01:24 PM
Clementine and Juliet are good together, and so are Rylan and Preston. I think it's fine to have different styles for boys and girls, but when you put them all together, I agree with @meganleda that...
I'm someone who doesn't really like "filler-y" sounding middle names, yet Elizabeth never really comes across as one to me, even though it is often used as such. Maybe it's because I just love the...
Though I slightly prefer Maia in general, with the last name Zotto, I'd give my vote to Ariel, just because Maia Zotto kinda runs together and sounds like a dish you'd find on the menu at an Italian...
When you say "next March", do you actually mean March 2017 and not the March that will be here in a couple of months? If you're not even pregnant yet, then yes, I think it's definitely too soon to be...
January 16th, 2016, 11:17 AM
Since you say that you love all three names equally and can't make a decision, it makes sense to me to let your boyfriend be the tie-breaker and go with his favorite Penelope. That way the name is...
Girs: Theophania, Tanith, Tatiana, Tabitha, Teresa/Tessa, Thalia
Boys: Theodore, Timothy, Tobias, Thomas, Tristan, Taliesin
January 11th, 2016, 11:14 AM
Penelope Quinn (Favorite)
I think it's pretty unisex and works fine on both sexes, but I personally like it better on a girl. Probably because I grew up loving Sailor Moon, which is a show about a female superheroes who wear...
When I first saw the thread title, I didn't notice that this was the girl name forum, so I assumed Matthildur was a boy name, like maybe a foreign variation of Matthew/Matthias or a strange...
January 5th, 2016, 08:51 PM
Eden Amelia is my favorite from your list. (Adelaide feels a little "d" heavy with Eden.)
I also quite like Marceline, and Opal would work as a middle there if you don't mind the initials MOM....
As a Margaret myself, it's fun to see a variation at the top of a national popularity list! It's also great to see Baltasar (variation of my son's middle name) and the Polish Kacper in the top fifty....
If the baby I'm pregnant with now is a boy, we're also planning the name him Alexander with the nickname Axel, so I definitely think it works! But I also think Axel works just fine on a grown-up, so...
December 30th, 2015, 11:45 PM
In no particular order:
Nicolas Paul Gustaf
Samuel Christopher Ellis
December 30th, 2015, 06:02 PM
Squidly already mentioned some that I wanted to mention (I particularly like Benedict, Sebastian and Xavier in the sibset), but here's a few more:
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