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Thanks! I had fun with that!
Yeah, Hugo was kind of random. I was trying to think of something a bit exotic.
Maybe Theo, Marco, Carlos, Edwin or Isaiah?
Yesterday, 01:04 PM
When I saw Ivy in your post, I thought that would work well.
Or one of these:
Rose, Rosalind, Rosamond/Rosamund
Liisi seems too nicknamey.
I adore Elisabetta and Bettina! I really prefer the "Bette" names over the "Liz" ones.
July 27th, 2014, 10:23 AM
Merrigan or Meredith
Silas or Cyrus
Amity or Amabel
Melanie (having a name that isn't an A would make her feel left out and it means black. She could be named after someone.)...
July 27th, 2014, 09:47 AM
I agree with @paw. When I first starting reading your post, I thought that Reese and Emery were boys. Wyatt is the best option.
Wyatt William isn't that bad. It is a lot of W, but I kind of like...
He is a pretty famous chef, not just a guy on a reality tv show.
Graham Elliott Cook could have the potential to be teased for his name.
If your last name was anything besides Cook...
July 24th, 2014, 09:36 PM
Yes, I would expect it would be something exotic.
Nadia, Tatiana, Olena, Irini, Katia, Ksenia?
July 21st, 2014, 12:01 PM
Louisa - Louisa and Oliver make a great sibset! Nicknames Ollie and Lou would be adorable!
Ruby - Oliver and Ruby as a sibset sounds so British. They go together really well. So maybe this...
July 19th, 2014, 04:48 PM
August is one of my faves!
If I had an August I would choose one of these names for the middle:
Xavier - emphasis on the X, and not with a Z sound
You probably want a classic name that isn't boring or an antique name ready for restoration.
Here are names that are familiar, but not too common:
Juliet, Juliette, Julianna, Julianne, Julia...
Adelaide or Ava - Adelaide is lovely, but I prefer short and sweet names. Also the "laid" part of Adelaide kind of bugs me
Caroline or Corinne - Is it Coreen or Cor-rin? Is it spelled with 2 Rs or...
July 18th, 2014, 07:56 PM
Here are some you might like:
Boy's Nordic names:
Girl's Nordic names:
July 18th, 2014, 07:08 PM
Too about about Julia and Lennon :(
Lennon is growing on me as a girl's name. Major Beatles reference with that one too. <3
July 18th, 2014, 10:21 AM
So, I love Ella...but Ella Rue reminds me of a cartoon elephant.
Don't hate me! I googled it and there was a Wuzzle named Ellaroo. It might be before your time. We are probably from a different...
Cass as a full name? Cassie would work too.
Here are some nicknamey names with double letters:
Faye is one of my faves!
I prefer Edie, but Junie is a darling nickname as well.
Since it is July, I think the name June would be a bit odd.
My pick is Ediff. :) I love vintage names too. Faye...
Oooh Vetta is interesting! I like that!
July 17th, 2014, 09:48 PM
I would change my vote to Ella, if she were back as an option. :)
Eleanor works better, obviously, but Ella fits the shorter name theme. I am not a fan of Eleanor, but Ella is sweet.
Tessa just doesn't seem like a nickname for Theresa. What if people call your Theresa, Terrie instead? Tessa is a name on it's own. Tess could work as a nickname for Theresa, I suppose, but if you...
I quite like Helena Margaret. Pronounced with the ending layna NOT with the beginning like Helen. Helen-a Margaret sounds all right too, I suppose.
Greta Jane sounds great! Margaret Jane sounds a...
I voted for Paxton Brady because
1. I dislike the alliteration of Bryson Blaine and
2. Blaine and Blake sound too similar
Paxton isn't really my style. I do like Kellen, though.
Oh, I love Bram! It doesn't work with the last name or sibset though. My vote goes to Bastian.
July 17th, 2014, 06:52 PM
Lots of great suggestions! Expanding Beau or Xander would be better.
Beau Elias is a great combo though. (Suggested by dinosaursroar.)
You probably have a lot to think about already, but if you...
Isabel is a form of Elizabeth, so I would stay away from that one...
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