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Luna and Belle are both beautiful names separately. I think putting them together to create a new name takes away from that. To be completely honest, it sounds a little childish - like the name of a...
July 25th, 2015, 08:34 AM
It's been a while since I've looked at this thread and a few things have changed. I might as well update people even though I'm sure no one's really that interested haha.
But anyway. I've come to...
1. Describe your ideal, realistic family (the number of kids you'll realistically have, their names and age gap, etc, maybe also describe your SO or characteristics of the SO you hope to have if you...
Hyphenate your last name instead of changing it
The reason most women change their last name is because they get married to a man. However if I was to get married, I'd be marrying a woman, so last...
July 12th, 2015, 11:54 PM
I admit I do find it a little odd when people choose names that are obviously not from a culture they're a part of or familiar with (by that I mean people who say "I'm a 30% French, 30% Irish, 12%...
I think it's usable - and like you said, the nickname Faye is always something to fall back on if it proves not to be.
Say: Nice to meet you all!
Think: I like all the names individually, but personally prefer Gale on a boy, and Gael for a girl.
Have you met my girls, Arden and Lucia?
Immediately thought of the massacre and I'm not even American. I don't think this will be usable at all until America has better gun control laws. Even then, there'll still be stigma attached.
1. Emma vs Emma | Ben vs Noah
2. Mia vs Olivia | Luis vs Liam
3. Hannah vs Sophia |Paul vs Mason
4. Sofia / Sophia vs Isabella |Lukas vs Jacob
5. Emilia vs Ava | Jonas vs William
Skydive into water
I've never heard of anyone doing that, but sure.
I would but it seems kind of boring.
1. What's the best concert you've ever been to?
June 20th, 2015, 01:01 AM
I love Tatiana - I agree, I think it's a really spunky sort of name while not really giving way on femininity either.
My top three from your list are Geneva, Thea and Serena. Geneva Elaine, Thea Genevieve and Serena Jane. :)
June 19th, 2015, 07:18 PM
Independent, strong-willed, thoughtful and a little feisty. Probably musical with her own sense of style.
As someone who lives in Sydney the city, I don't quite get the appeal just because ... you know, I live here and if I did named my kid Sydney, it would probably feel a little tacky to me. I do like...
1. Do you dream often?
Most nights, usually very vividly. Sometimes I'll wake up and be confused as to where I am for a moment.
2. What is your perfect day?
Waking up with my girlfriend, going...
June 18th, 2015, 07:51 PM
I mean, you can ... it's a bit weird though. Like, I don't really think I'd like to be named after a dog, you know?
Go on three roller coasters in a row
Sure. Not that big of a deal.
Work on a holiday
I have. Most of the time, people don't have a choice when it comes to working over the holidays. This is a...
Any name classically British or an easily pronounceable French name seems to be a "nameberry darling" tbh.
June 14th, 2015, 08:51 PM
DH: Flynn Elijah
DW: Natasha Alice
DS: Ashton Rhys
DS: Dominic Luca
DD: Stella Alexandria
DD: Claudia Madeleine
DD: Scarlett Isabel
DD: Lilly Natalie
DS: Seth Aiden
Get a nose piercing
I'd love to get one, but one of my jobs dictates that my face be free of piercings.
Go.on a singing show
No, I think most televison singing shows are overdone and...
June 10th, 2015, 10:27 PM
June 10th, 2015, 08:13 AM
Charlie Edward Thomas - I like Edward Thomas, but I feel Charlie feels just a little informal next to Edward and Thomas.
Louis Christopher John - Love Louis, but I find Christopher and John a little...
Unless you're planning on calling him/her BJ regularly, then I don't think it matters. If it's just initials, then I think it's fine.
I prefer Suki, personally. The Sookie spelling just makes me think of someone cries a lot. Suki seems like a more legitimate name written down.
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