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July 17th, 2016, 09:52 PM
After spending almost an entire weekend watching Turner Classic Movies with my parents, and gearing up for the Summer Under The Stars marathon next month (each day in August dedicated to a different...
DH: Thomas William Robert
DW: Joan Elizabeth Alice
DS1: Nicholas Edward James
DD1: Elinor Catherine Jane
DS2/DS3: Walter William Charles & Andrew Frederick Joseph
DS4/DS5: Christopher Avery...
July 17th, 2016, 05:41 PM
Sebastian Milo "Ash", Dominic Archer "Nico", Everett Felix "Rhett" and Adelina Charlotte "Addie"
A sister to Nellie Katharine, Lauren Ava and Jayne Rebecca
July 17th, 2016, 05:12 PM
Charlotte Anna, Adeline Victoria, Jessamine Eve, Alexander James, Benjamin Adam, & William Jacob.
4 girls, 2 boys!
I adore both so much, but I have to say that I slightly prefer Lottie!
Mine have definitely changed since the last time I responded, so:
July 14th, 2016, 08:18 AM
My first association is with Chris Benoit - he was a very well-known Canadian wrestler who murdered his wife and 7 year old son before hanging himself two days later in 2007. The story is very...
Growing up, I always wanted to help children with disabilities, and I actually did a placement during high school at a government owned school for the visually impaired, but I found it really...
I love your list! My favourites, in order are;
Madeleine/Madelyn (these are the same name for me, and I love both spellings)
I would suggest;
Jane Darling is stunning!! I love the Peter Pan connections in her name (Jane was Wendy Darling's daughter eventually, and the author was J.M. Barrie - so even more of a connection there), what a...
the sad thing is that i can't tell if this is a poor attempt to make fun of supposedly fake birth announcements, or if this is true. Given your previous posts on other threads, I'm going to assume...
I've never heard eh-lee-za for Eliza before.
Eliza - Ee-ly-za
Elisa - Elise-ah
July 9th, 2016, 08:03 PM
I adore vintage nicknames as firsts, and I prefer not to use them as shortened forms of longer names, so, which of my favourites can work on their own the best?
July 9th, 2016, 07:53 PM
I've been pondering a few vintage name choices recently, and with so many names being dusted off and pulled out of the closet right now, I was wondering which of these ten should be the next...
1) When did you start loving/liking names? What age?
○ I think I was about 8 or 9 when I properly began liking them!
2) Why/How did you start loving/liking names?
○ I had recently received a...
Thanks for the feedback everyone, but I think I'm going to keep it around for a little while!
I'm currently going through the complete ONS listings for names used in England & Wales for 2014, and came across Tiara. I've never once considered it before, but, since I adore princesses and have...
I love Mabel and Edith together, but I feel as though both, when combined with Wilhelmina, make for a clunky combination. Normally I don't mind clunky, but this is a bit too much for me. I feel like...
Thank you! We're still just like, seeing each other - but we seem to be hitting it off quite well. I totally won't be sharing names with him anytime soon, but, I am starting to find myself "maturing"...
July 1st, 2016, 06:52 PM
My name is Haley, and had my parents had a boy, they would have used Mackenzie, which is a bit unique for a little boy.
To my knowledge, Peridot is always pronounced as per-ee-doh. I would personally save it for the middle spot because of the potential pronunciation issues.
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