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I quite like the name Paris, and I definitely think it usable. I knew a little Paris a few years ago, and it suited her well and she never got any negative comments regarding her name either. Paris...
These were the first middles that sprung to mind for each name...
Alexander Henry is a good strong combo that works brilliantly with Victoria and Olivia. Leo Henry comes it at number two for me.
I really like Emmanuelle and think it works beautifully with Florina. I think Emmanuelle Parisa as a combo would be just divine too if you don't already have a set middle name.
I said kuh-ZJEEN (the J like the S in Asian).
I like Cosima, Hermione and Allegra, but with Penelope and the idea of nickname potential, I think Georgiana's your best bet. Gigi, Gia, Georgie, Georgia, Giana, Ana, Annie, Gina...there's an...
I voted Arabella, because she's a lovely little dear. The flow between Arabella and Louise really isn't that great at all when read aloud, but it's easily overlooked...I mean how often do we actually...
If the sounds and letters work together in a pleasing way for me, then I have absolutely no issues with created names. In this case, it is not the idea of a made up name that I dislike, but rather...
Emrys Rune or Ariadne Sunniva.
September 16th, 2014, 09:24 PM
I must admit to using the 'dated' or vintage label often--I tend to see 'dated' as a name that is easily placed in a particular time/decade/year due to its popularity at that time. I definitely don't...
Hey there and congrats.
I think with Cameron and Taylor, Abigail, Emily and Natalie work best because they all have a certain 'peaked (popularity) at the same time (around 2000)' type feel. That...
Athena is gorgeous, and while it is on my long list, unfortunately I can't use it one a little one because it rhymes and is far too similar to my own name. It's got a great history and mythology,...
September 16th, 2014, 06:52 PM
Bridget got my vote. I think it works the best stylistically with your other children's names. Miriam fits well with the middle names. Bridget Miriam?
I love Indie (I prefer this spelling myself). I do like it on its own in sound, though feel it a bit insubstantial, particularly if the kid grows up to work in a professional career/situation where a...
September 16th, 2014, 07:22 AM
Though I do love Athena, Clio, Luna, Phoebe, Morgana and Xanthe, I had to give my vote to Freya. The name is great and the mythological figure is brilliant. Also, if I had to use one of these names...
Oh mine change (or should I say get added to) every week...at the moment it's all Arrow: Caity Lotz (parkour, dance, martial arts...oh my), Stephen Amell (he's just such a good guy) & Emily...
September 16th, 2014, 05:49 AM
Great thread and responses of support - be proud of who you are and don't let anyone put you down for being you.
I hate labels and though I felt the need to label myself as gay/lesbian for years,...
I am hooked on Taylor Swift's Shake It Off and have been for a good couple of weeks now. It's just one of those songs that you can chuck on, 'dance' (I can't dance) around like a complete idiot, feel...
Yeah, I finished it a couple hours after posting actually - it's a great read. Such an original idea telling it from not only the point of view of a five-year-old, but also in his language. Also...
September 16th, 2014, 04:32 AM
I like Audrey a lot. It makes me think Golden Age Hollywood, due to the great Audrey Hepburn -- vintage class. Audrey has a great versatility...feeling sophisticated, but at the same time also having...
I personally prefer Elodie, and she got my vote, but there's nothing wrong with Everly. I don't understand the mispronunciation of Everly at all...it seems so obvious to me. While I quite like the...
I prefer Lucia myself, as it feels lighter, more contemporary and bouncier than Lucille, which feels in contrast timeworn and straight-laced. Lucille is nice though, don't get me wrong, Lucia is just...
I like Francesca a lot (though I really dislike Francis/Frances). It works beautifully as a namesake. I like nicknames Frankie (not at all a fan of Fran either) and Cesca, and also Chess or Chessie....
Maia Loralei Grace is nice. It flows well, the names seem to work together well and you get your namesake. I think I'd prefer Maia Loralei Scarlett though myself, as I'm not a big Grace...
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