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I like Connor best on your list, and best with his siblings' names. Of all the names on your list, Connor is the most distinctive...Connor shares no similar sounds with Ellery or Grayson.
I think Elodie Celeste would be stunning.
Or, perhaps you'd like...
Elodie Adeline :)
Calvin - one of my favourites
Dylan or Devon - I feel the same (neutral) about these two...I love Declan
Edward - but I'd prefer Edwin or Edmund
Although I love Luna (and Stella!!), I think it's wayyyy too much with Stella. Stella = Star, Luna = Moon. Feels theme-y, in a cheesy way. Plus, Luna Dawn is a little much all in its own....
Yesterday, 04:06 PM
1.Rowan-- I can never decide. I'd use it for either.
2.Quinn-- slightly prefer it for a boy
4.Sawyer-- boy. So masculine.
5.Charlie-- so charming on a boy.
Yesterday, 03:52 PM
Recently I've met an Isla Elora (which I personally find a bit vowel and L heavy) and an Anoushka Ivy.
Leo is fantastic. And I love Silas (not keen on your spelling). Leo Silas is a little L heavy, but otherwise good. Silas is one of my current favourites. Familiar, fairly uncommon, and has a great...
Yesterday, 12:41 PM
My favourites (top 5 are underlined): Gwendolyn, Betsan, Maeve, Oona, May, Cordelia, Matilda, Nancy, Jessamine, Beatrice, Imogen, Martha, Enid, Elizabeth, and Simone.
The only ones I really...
Your children have gorgeous names (Betsy is so cool!) and your list is perfection.
It's so hard for me to choose a favourite, but for you, I think I like Irene best. Jane and Ruth, while lovely,...
I love Ramona! It seems perfect for you. Callahan, Tallulah, and Ramona sound absolutely perfect together. Magnolia is lovely as well.
Maybe you'd like...
September 18th, 2014, 08:47 PM
I really like Ian. It's a strong name, handsome, yet simple. Easy to spell and to say, but not boring. And it feels classic without being over-used. Additionally, it will never sound dated. I know...
September 18th, 2014, 07:16 PM
I really like Sonia. Feels fresh and fun, a little exotic, but easy to say/spell.
Martha is awesome! Love it. Martha Valencia would have been my favourite combination, had it been a choice.
Mirabelle and Lillian! I think this pairing is just so so lovely.
Mirabelle and Annelise
Mirabelle and Juliet/Julia
Mirabelle and Elora
Mirabelle and Gwendolyn
Maybe you'd like:
John Mackenzie is fantastic! Really unexpected, and they sound/flow really well together. I strongly prefer Mackenzie on a boy.
I agree with the pp, John Ross is a little abrupt with the 1-1...
I like Emory slightly more than Ellery. Emory Winter James sounds great.
Have you considered Elliott, Emmett, or Everett?
September 17th, 2014, 07:49 AM
I think they are all equally elegant and classy...and lovely! However, I feel that Charlotte is having a major upswing in popularity right now (where I am, at least) and resultantly feels almost...
September 16th, 2014, 04:41 PM
Brynn is lovely. From your list, I like Brynn Celeste and Brynn Penelope.
Perhaps you'd like Brynn Cassandra? Or Brynn Phoebe?
I also quite like Bree Charlotte.
September 16th, 2014, 09:28 AM
Although it doesn't fit with her 5 endings theory, I think that Hazel would be a perfect fit.
Audrey is one of my very favourite names, and I'd use it in a heartbeat if someone in the family hadn't gotten to it first! It's classic without being boring, feminine without being overly frilly,...
Jasper, Lucas, and...
To be honest, Nathan isn't my favourite either. BUT, I really like Nate, and think that it would be an excellent compromise - either as the given name, or more likely, as a nickname for Nathan.
Lois...Eloise or Lola
Kay...Kaia, Kaya, Kayla, Fay (although honestly, I like Kay as-is)
Norma...this is tricky! Especially since you don't like Nora. If you rearrange the letters, you get...
Both are fantastic, but Walter is the better fit.
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