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What a stunning name, it sounds flawless and beautiful. Congratulations!
I'm not a fan. As others have pointed out, is it hard to spell, hard to pronounce, and overall just not an attractive sound for a girl name in my opinion. Liahona is nicer. Oakley is a great name...
Wow, you children's names go together seamlessly. Mia, Logan, Oscar, and Lola are fantastic as a group!
Oh, congratulations! You definitely have one of the most lovely sibsets on Nameberry.
Yes, it definitely works! Epiphany sounds a little too serious for a name, imo though.
Oh, they are all lovely! My least favorite though is Avielle Rose. And in reality, it shares a lot of sounds with Valentine, so it comes across as a tad match. I voted for my two faves, Indiana...
September 9th, 2014, 10:07 PM
As far as pop songs, I've never had a favorite song. It never stays, at least. But I have a few favorite classical pieces on the piano. Maple Leaf Rag is a song I just recently mastered, and I'm so...
September 8th, 2014, 10:46 AM
Valentie is super cute. I love word names, and have a few on my list. Nova Starling works better than Phoenix Summer because of the aforementioned S sounds running together. Nova Summer is nice too....
September 4th, 2014, 09:41 PM
I don't know Kaitlyn, I love word names but Island is too wordy even for me. I understand the imagery behind it, but I think you could find something better. Gemma Blue? Gemma Islay?
Ahhhh, a little Valencia! I'm so excited. It's a beautiful name - I'm curious, any nicknames in mind?
That is bold. I'm not sure how well little Bunny will get on past the age of eight, but I give them points for fearlessness.
September 4th, 2014, 03:59 PM
It really depends on what you mean by "real". Are there little girls named Faithlyn? Yes. Does that make it a name? I guess...but only because someone made it and gave it to a kid. I think the only...
Oh, Annie is lovely! I've never been infatuated with nicknames, but Annie just makes me so happy. Personally, I think the fun of a normal and simple first name is that you can branch out a bit for...
September 3rd, 2014, 11:19 PM
I really like all of them! Ahh we have such similar tastes. Zef is my least favorite, but I love Zephyrine, and Olivia had a good idea using Effie. I also thought maybe Zuri would work. Zippy could...
September 3rd, 2014, 11:14 PM
Vaughn is too surnamey for me. While the masculine sound goes well with clearly masculine Felix, I can't get past the last name factor. You could take a page from the. Guthrie's and try out Vale. I...
I don't mind Dakota, but I really don't like Logan, Max, or Ryan on a girl. It just doesn't sound appropriate or attractive to me. Maxine is cool, or if you like unisex names (I don't consider Logan...
September 3rd, 2014, 03:48 PM
Grace: there are enough girls with the middle name Grace.
Claire: super cute with Sienna!
Noelle: nice, but the repeating n sounds don't flow as well to me.
Leigh: See Grace.
Morgan: I like this....
It's like the girl in the taco commercial: Why not have both?
Amelia nn Mila is awesome and you don't have to choose!
September 2nd, 2014, 03:38 PM
Sadie is really cute, my favorite from the list. I like Ainsley enough, so that's second. The rest are not my speed.
Wednesday is cool, though GP may be a wise choice. Just let it simmer for now, like others have suggested.
Wednesday Alice (swiped from Millia - love this!)...
I find it difficult to distinguish between my favorite combos and just my favorite names. But I'll try to figure it out.
I use Sadie for Seraphina on my list. I think it works because Sera---> Sarah---> Sadie.
From my list, the names I consider cheerful include Amaryllis, Calliope, Clover, Elodie, Holiday, Livia, Marigold, Olympia, Ruby, and Zelda.
You seem to like border line unisex/boys names on girls.
Kai (or Kaia)
Bronwyn: very cute, I'm a fan of Brynn and Bronwyn shares the same cozy but vigorous feel.
Della: Della is lovely, though I prefer Delia. I think Della just sounds too simple for me....
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