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When I was previously engaged, I was adamant on keeping my surname and hyphenating our children's names. My daughter legally has a hyphenated surname, but I drop her "father's" name because he left...
Silas- I'm not a fan of Silas and I feel like it sort of rhymes with your surname.
Leo- I think this a great choice, especially since your surname is so long. Sweet and simple, yet such a strong...
Before I had my daughter I was completely against little one's watching any TV. She didn't watch any for the first year and a half of her life, but then my routine changed and I couldn't spend as...
June 28th, 2014, 08:47 AM
Least Favorite: Birdie
@amaya_moonrae Yep any of our hair is naturally white. Although once again varying degrees of pigment make for varying degree of shades, but I have white eyelashes and white eyebrows as well.
@amaya_moonrae, Nice to see that someone else has knowledge about the subject! Inaccurate stereotypes are kind of a pet peeve among the albinism community.
Just want to clarify that people with albinism rarely have red eyes. Our eyes are more often than not blue/violet. It is very rare that we have naturally red eyes although sometimes if the lighting...
June 18th, 2014, 09:07 AM
Luke Alexander gets my vote. Luke is top on my list and I love it paired with the classic Alexander. I don't think you can go wrong with Joseph William either, two classic, solid names.
Definitely, what a lovely and thoughtful idea.
Poll: I love Mila.
I love Mila.
DH: Edward James "Eddie"
DW: Juliette Annalise "Jules"
DS: Sebastian Jude "Seb"
DS: Roman Jasper
DD: Eden Penrose
DS: Oliver Jensen
DD/DD: Athena Hazel and Violet Aria
Vienna or Verona?
Elsa or Emiliana?
Kristen or Katia?
Alexa or Alessia?
Helene or Ellen?
Nathan or Nathaniel?
Dexter or Declan?
Everest or Beckett?
Rory or Danny?
June 9th, 2014, 11:59 AM
When I named DD, this wasn't something I gave any thought to, just because my Oma was/is such an important person in my life I didn't care how bad my daughter's name would be butchered in the US. No,...
June 5th, 2014, 09:20 AM
I think sometimes Nameberry includes "variations" that are just names with similar sounds or qualities.
I dislike Imogen, but I much prefer it to Kirby on a girl. A Kirby is a brand of vacuum cleaner. I could get behind Kirby on a boy, in fact, when I read the thread title I assumed it was a boy name....
Olympia is my mother's middle name as well as my daughter's middle name. My mother was born in 1972 in Germany during the opening ceremony of the Munich Olympics so the name has significant meaning...
I would rename them: Amalia, Bellatrix, Camilla, Dagny, Emiliana, Finja, Guinevere, Helena, Ingrid, Jordana, Katharina, Linnea
I think Mavis Fae is lovely!
April 14th, 2014, 03:49 PM
Fatima is also somewhat common in Hispanic communities. I know of several in my town who aren't of Arabic descent. I also know of one who is Muslim. I adore the name if the Fah-TEE-mah pronunciation...
In no particular order except Karin
My name is Giulia and I don't bother spelling it out. I just receive Julia by default. Although the most recent experience I received Jutia... so even normal names can get mispelt!
My daughter has the exact same first and last name as her (living) great-grandma. At family events my LO is Baby Karin, but in everyday she is just Karin. I would say if you BIL is fine with it, go...
April 4th, 2014, 08:54 PM
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