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August 7th, 2014, 11:10 AM
August 5th, 2014, 11:50 AM
I know a pair of twins named Jonah and Caleb and think it's a great pairing! I agree that Noah is too matchy. Does Caleb sound too clunky with your last name when you say it out loud? If so, I think...
August 2nd, 2014, 11:09 AM
Bennett and Greyson
Bea and Grace
Beau and Gemma
My brother has a hyphenated Jean name and hates it. No one ever pronounces it correctly, so he's dropped the Jean altogether. Unfortunately, I think it's a no go in the US.
Triste means sad in French, so that's my automatic association when I hear the name. It's a nice name, but I can't ever get into it because of the meaning.
Max Henry flows a little better with your surname. I love your style!
July 23rd, 2014, 12:56 PM
I know two Quinns who were born last year and they are both girls. I definitely think it works on either gender, but is becoming more popular with girls at the moment. I'd go with Quentin and use...
I agree that Theodore pairs best with Genevieve; though they're both great! And I love Teddy!
Congrats on your upcoming arrival. Here are my thoughts on the names you're thinking of:
Raegan- The meaning is "little king" and I'm not a fan of the former president, so it doesn't get my vote....
I had a friend in high school whose name was Amanuel and everyone called him Manu. Very cool name. While the full Emmanuel is a bit longer than your other names, I think it still fits quite nicely!
Anders Greyson and Milo Archer are my favorite boy combos from your list!
As for the girls, I don't care which middle, just use Tamsin! I love it so much, a total guilty pleasure of mine. :)
All three of my brothers have names that honor other members of the family. I have the "original" name, and while it is pretty and I like it, I have always felt left out. To me, my brothers' names...
Lucy is my absolute favorite name, so I've had this conversation as well. My favorite contenders for a sister are Julia and Maggie! Emily is also a good choice, but doesn't have the same spunk IMO....
I think Cecelia pairs quite nicely with Penelope. :)
...apparently I have a fondness for A names!
March 28th, 2014, 11:17 AM
Whenever you name a child, you're rolling the dice and leaving it to chance. I say if you love a name, use it. My name was in the top 10 the year I was born and I didn't have anyone in my classes at...
February 21st, 2014, 10:27 AM
The first name that came to mind was Gabriel, nn Gabe! Lucas/Luke would also pair well with Charlie.
I'm a teacher and if I saw the name Sparrow on a class roster, I would not be able to conclude what gender that student was. So, I do not find it too feminine! As for changing the spelling of your...
Definitely Spencer Hayes.
January 13th, 2014, 12:11 PM
I adore the name Owen, but became really good friends with one in college, so I can no longer use it! I know two Owens, one is 22 and the other is almost 4.
August 25th, 2012, 02:13 PM
Edmond Jasper has a nice, strong feel to it. The nicknames are all great- perhaps waiting to see him will help you decide! :)
I like the names in this order:
Roscoe- I don't know what it is about this name, but I love it and it seems others do too!
Elijah- a great, high energy name, with the great nn Eli
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