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I have a feeling that this isn't the done thing – but I've written a little blog post on naming Iris. I thought some of you may like to have a look –
November 17th, 2013, 02:05 AM
These are fabulous, so clever Nephele.
My letters –
I think they're both lovely names – I named my daughter Nora and know of two others the same age, (she's almost 2), but I don't know any little Emilys. All the Emilys I know are actually my age,...
What a wonderful list.
Blythe is a little more unusual than Olive, but I do think that Blythe B– might be a bit much. Say it aloud and see if you don't mind. If its a true favourite, it won't...
October 28th, 2013, 08:43 AM
I remember Gypsy on Home and Away – no-one ever commented on her name being offensive, so if you live in Australia, I doubt that it would be remarked upon ... sounds like elsewhere it is a very bad...
October 28th, 2013, 08:37 AM
Juliet Sylvia (does Juliet Sylvie sound better?): I prefer Juliet Sylvie. This is my favourite of your choices. Classically beautiful.
Juliet Sixtine: Has the 'x' factor, a spunkier option.
October 28th, 2013, 08:29 AM
If you like Sara, you might love Sierra.
October 28th, 2013, 08:26 AM
Evelyn Glenys (changed mn)
Adelaide Ziva (initials)
Clementine Avery (changed fn)
June Delilah (swapped)
Iris Greer (kept)
Oh I love Annie as a stand alone too!
I think Vivianie is really cute. You could always consider Vivie by itself too (she'd fit in with all the Rosies, Lilys and Evies around here).
October 28th, 2013, 08:00 AM
August Clive (initials)
Zander Finn (swapped)
Harlow Kate (kept)
Myla Honey (changed mn)
Winslett Clementine (changed fn)
October 28th, 2013, 06:14 AM
I LOVE all the other names on your list. Anna, Orla, Liv, Eleanor and Dara are such wonderful names to choose from and I personally prefer them all to Annabel. Best of luck with your quest.
Seraphina Clair (kept)
Wilhelmina Merritt (swapped)
Romilly Alice (changed fn)
Clemence Adelaide (change mn)
Keziah Nell (initials)
Thanks for your lovely compliments. I'm totally smitten with her and her name!
October 26th, 2013, 05:47 AM
Absolutely – I like Graeme, Ian, Margaret, Susannah, Anna (and I'm sure there are more).
I'm surprised I don't think of Amy as a middle aged name – it is my sister's name! I suppose I'm getting...
October 26th, 2013, 05:40 AM
I like both names – and I did consider Milo, if I'd had a second boy. I only wasn't interested in Miles, simply because I have a cousin named that.
For Milo I imagine a very, very cheeky,...
October 26th, 2013, 05:30 AM
I don't think it is to close for cousins, sisters, I'd cringe, but cousins, it doesn't bother me. If Annabel is a true passion I think you should go for it. They could be called Izzy and Annie or...
I personally prefer Scarlett to Kendall, even though it is very popular where we are. My choice would be Scarlett Elisabetta.
I think it's usable. I prefer Lumina, simply because it is closer to my style and not quite so frilly. As well as the adorable nn Lulu, you can also get Mina, Min or Minnie, which I like.
My partner is South American, names that were pronounceable by the Abuelas was one of the deciding factors – from my lists –
October 25th, 2013, 09:28 AM
All my children have two middle names – as does their dad. He really wanted to give them the extra middle name and as I love names, I was happy to oblige. It's fun. (:
She's gorgeous. I love the name Gwendolen.
I've been a little slow to come back here. And I was very slow finalising her name ... I waited until the very last minute to send in the paperwork, because I was enjoying making lists so much (I...
October 25th, 2013, 08:43 AM
Congratulations! Three girls with beautiful names. Lila, Nora and Mirabel.
You have a great varied list, with some wonderfully unusual choices. My favourites are –
Dashiell – So handsome, with the cute nn Dash.
Forest – as long as Forest Gump doesn't put you off. I...
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