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Haha, that's what I love about it. Really.
Thank you :D
Thank you everyone who replied before - I completely forgot about this thread (sorry!).
But I've started to think about Soleil again, and am asking for a few more opinions.
Haha, I actually find it quite cute - definitely not bad.
It's not like the initials are ASS or something along those lines.
Today, 04:35 AM
+1. Not everyone will know your baby's middle name. But if it bothers YOU then maybe you should reconsider. If you don't mind and love it anyway, then use it.
Definitely yes: Winifred, Millie, Minerva
Perhaps: Erma, Flossie, Gladys, Zelda
Definitely not: Gussie, Myrtle
I love both, too. I vote Beth - simply because there feels like there are less Beth's in the world.
When I say it, Philippa doesn't really have any emphasis :P
But I suppose PHIL-lip-uh, slightly.
Flow, for me. It is meaningful because it's a name the parents loved.
Though, I do think that Brynn Alexandra Kelley sounds lovely.
Hazel Iris is my favourite, though it's rather descriptive (eyes). I'm not a fan of Simone or Lilac, sorry. Simone just sounds very heavy and plain to me, whereas Lilac lacks substance. I like...
Yesterday, 02:41 AM
Ooh, there was a post about this a while back (as in, the beginning of the year :P). I'll try to find it for you - was tonnes of pages about naming laws. I think Finland was brought up quite often in...
August 26th, 2014, 05:56 PM
Poppy is one of my favourites, but unfortunately I can never use it :(
I agree 100%.
Annora is similar.
Have to agree here, sorry. But, it is a very pretty name :)
I prefer the spelling Aimee. It's adorable, though, really. I know at least three Amy/Aimee's in Australia - it's definitely usable.
It definitely goes with some names in your signature, but not...
Thank you everyone.
The only names I dislike are Iris, Isadora, Cecily, Ruby, Nyla and Charlotte. I adore the others, especially Elowen, Anna and Arwen.
Oh, thank you so much. Will use Nordic in the future. Glad I'm not offensive with my ignorance.
Haha, but don't we all try to categorise ourselves :P Thank you
Oh, thank you. But I'm still...
August 25th, 2014, 06:56 AM
Bronwyn - I really like Bronwen, though not so much a fan of the spelling. The 'y' just seems rather masculine to me :P (8)
Della - ooh, I really like Della! I haven't really thought about it...
August 25th, 2014, 06:39 AM
I was on Yahoo!Answers for about 4 years - I'm really competitive, and loved the points system. But the quality of the site started disintegrating, and so did the people on it. So I started searching...
June get's my vote, though I adore Nova as well. It's just, I think June fits better with Faye.
I don't like Nola, sorry, but if you really love it (and so does your DH), then use it.
Poll: Which style?
So, have been sorting through my list recently and I've noted I have three distinguishable styles within my names.
Classic/elegant/longer names like Rosalie, Evangeline, Gwendolen, et...
August 24th, 2014, 09:33 AM
Aria is my favourite with your girls :D
It's a name that you've recently viewed :D
I really like Heidi and Inga, @boyandgirl, and whilst I like Clara, it's too close to Greta for me. Thank you!
Thank you all!
@freddiethepink - I love Arlo, Caspar, Edmund, Hugo, Oscar, Vincent - though I'm thinking only Hugo and Oscar really match :P
@jackal - I adore Ari, Erik/Eric, Leif and...
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