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  1. Boys: Aidan & Hayden - My cousin named his...

    Boys:
    Aidan & Hayden - My cousin named his daughter Haidyn :(
    Avery - Love Avery on a boy. If it were a family name, I'd so go for it.
    Jackson - Would honor my mom Jackie but it's just a little...
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    I have a soft spot for Hannah Felicity, so if you...

    I have a soft spot for Hannah Felicity, so if you don't have a Hannah combo that you love, there's an idea. :)
  3. In elementary school, I came across the name Sean...

    In elementary school, I came across the name Sean and thought it was pronounced like seen until I had a fellow classmate with the name. :eek:
    Other than that, Imogen is the one that I have trouble...
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    All three are lovely, but I say Julia Katherine....

    All three are lovely, but I say Julia Katherine. :)
  5. Honestly, I like Walter, especially with the...

    Honestly, I like Walter, especially with the nickname Walt. Nowhere near enough to use it on my own kid, but on someone else's kid, I can see the appeal.
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    Honestly, I really like Rex. Not so much on its...

    Honestly, I really like Rex. Not so much on its own as a given name, but as a nickname, it's quite spunky. Also, it's not ideal with Henry, but Arlo sort of bridges the gap so it doesn't feel so out...
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    Sebastian, by far! Sebastian is handsome,...

    Sebastian, by far! Sebastian is handsome, striking and classy, whereas London is unisex at best, trendy, and more than a little tacky.
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    In order of preference: Beatrice Melisande...

    In order of preference:
    Beatrice
    Melisande
    Rosamund
    Thalia
    Fiametta
    Apolline
    Circe
    Illyria
    Niniane
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    Elizabeth is a beautiful and classic name, a...

    Elizabeth is a beautiful and classic name, a little black dress of a name, if you will.
    I would go with Elizabeth Morgan, or perhaps Elizabeth Blythe.
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    Honestly, I think it's unisex. I could see it as...

    Honestly, I think it's unisex. I could see it as a nickname for a boy, via James, Jeremy or Jeremiah, or for a girl, via Jemma or Jemima.
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    Girl: Margaret Helena May or Edith Plum Boy:...

    Girl:
    Margaret Helena May or Edith Plum
    Boy:
    Jasper Milo Finnick or maybe Emmett Adrian Atlas
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    Charlotte, then Odette, Violet, Juliet & Scarlett.

    Charlotte, then Odette, Violet, Juliet & Scarlett.
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    Josephine, then Caroline.

    Josephine, then Caroline.
  14. Thread: Name dreams?

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    A few years back, I dreamed that I was...

    A few years back, I dreamed that I was introducing a blonde haired toddler girl in a red party dress to my aunt, and her name was Anneliese, which, if I recall correctly, was a favorite of mine at...
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    John is handsome and classic. And Evelyn as a...

    John is handsome and classic. And Evelyn as a middle name on a boy would be a fresh and unexpected choice, and not necessarily in a bad way, though a boy with this name might disagree.
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    Daphne Evelyn Hazel

    Daphne
    Evelyn
    Hazel
  17. Ava for sure, seeing as it's closer to the style...

    Ava for sure, seeing as it's closer to the style I already like, despite its popularity. Ashley feels too dated to me to even consider for a daughter.
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    Way too pretentious for me. Also, I'm not a fan...

    Way too pretentious for me. Also, I'm not a fan of most surnames-as-first names on a girl, unless it's something like Bellamy or Hadley.
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    My top ten can generally be found in my...

    My top ten can generally be found in my signature. ;)
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    My childhood best friend and her mom had the same...

    My childhood best friend and her mom had the same first name, though my friend went by her middle name.
    I've thought of doing a variation of this. Not giving my daughter the exact same name, but a...
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    Two is pushing it, but still okay. I wouldn't do...

    Two is pushing it, but still okay. I wouldn't do three, though, unless you're royalty or whatever.
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    Poll: For me, I'd say more girls. Like, ideal for me...

    For me, I'd say more girls. Like, ideal for me would be six or seven kids, with a couple of boys, and the rest girls.
  23. ITA with Rubella. If not for the disease, it...

    ITA with Rubella. If not for the disease, it could've been a decent smoosh name, y'know, Ruby & Ella = Rubella?
    Others:
    Benevolent
    Clarity
    Forever
    Lively
    Mauve (Thought this isn't so much...
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    Just 'cause a name shortens to a feminine...

    Just 'cause a name shortens to a feminine nickname does NOT make it a girls name. However, I would not be the least bit surprised to see the girls snatch up Everett like they have with Avery,...
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    I would say Sidney is unisex, but leaning towards...

    I would say Sidney is unisex, but leaning towards the boys, and Sydney is a girl. However, with the name Sidney Evelyn, I would assume it was a girl, so I'd be very surprised (and not necessarily in...
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