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January 18th, 2013, 04:44 AM
You have such amazing taste in names!
For the girls I would suggest
Harriet nn Hattie
And for the boys
September 9th, 2012, 12:28 AM
These are my favourite name combos of the moment. they all have really strong connections to people or places I love...
June 26th, 2012, 08:30 AM
June 19th, 2012, 08:47 AM
Thank you so much berries! I am really starting to love Peter in full. The only problem I have to face now is finding the perfect combo!
Some (pretty bad) combo ideas that I have so far:
June 19th, 2012, 06:36 AM
Congratulations! They are such adorable names and Carys is just absolutely swoon-worthy!
June 18th, 2012, 07:08 AM
Lately I've been thinking about the name Peter and how useable it is. It would be a tribute to my grandfather, godfather and even my aunty (named Peta-Jade) if I were to use it, so it has really...
June 17th, 2012, 09:41 AM
What a great name with a wonderful story'! I'm a little biased towards the name Spyridon as its the name of my uncle and also the church I was christened in was St Spyridon, but it truly is so...
Archer. I love how it sounds strong and yet has an element of sensitivity. I also love te nickname Archie.
Thanks guys! I really like Paloma and Alouette. Do you think Mavis -meaning songbird- could work as well? I just adore the name.
My grandmothers name is Peristera. It's the Greek word for dove and lately I've been trying to find a name that honours her without using the name exactly. She doesn't like her name at all but she...
I'd recommend a longer name (preferably three syllables) to balance out Asher and George.
Some ideas are:
Asher Barnaby George -this one is my favourite :)
Asher Leopold George
Congratulations! Eloise Mairead is lovely and her nn Lola Mae is soo cute!
Cogratulations on the birth of Georgia Eve! What a beautiful name! I am really loving nn Goldie :)
So after much thought I have altered my top 10 boys names. The last 4 were a lot harder to place than the first couple
1. Archer -despite it becoming more popular it is still my absolute favourite...
June 8th, 2012, 08:51 PM
I've heard of Seraphina being the long form for a little Sadie but I like Isadora BN Sadie a lot better!
Twins I know personally:
Isabel and Imogen
Chloe and Evie
Olivia and Caitlin
Twin sets I find adorable:
Hazel and Olive
Beatrix and Juniper
Florence and Esme
My name is Alexandra and I was always encouraged to use it fully. As a child I got really frustrated with the different pronunciations -some people say Alex-ZAHN-dra whereas I've always been...
June 8th, 2012, 10:09 AM
These are just a few from the approx 150 girls in my year.
I have a close friend named Elin and I think it's a beautiful name. Would you pronounce it ee-Lin or the same as Ellen? I do prefer the latter but the first is nice as well. :)
June 6th, 2012, 07:10 PM
Peristera *(Greek for Dove)
Ella (Not sure of middle name)
May 28th, 2012, 06:55 AM
My godmother gave birth today to two healthy twin girls! Their names are Chloe Paige and Evie Blake. These names are quite popular over here (in Australia) but I was wondering how much they are used...
Amber, Angelique, Aziza, Bailey, Beatrice, Bobbi, Carol, Corinna, Danielle, Destinee, Dilys, Doreen, Emiliana, Fifi, Flor, Frederica, Gail, Gina, Ginger, Hannah, Heather, Hyacinth, Ida, Ingrid,...
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