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I like the name Hugh. I am uncertain whether it matters about having two one-syllable names (Hugh Brown).
Madeline and Hugh is a good combo.
Congrats! Mine will be same age difference : )
John is one of those strong uber-classic names that will never go out of style and the advantage of this time period is that it is not used very much! I know several awesome people with that name...
January 1st, 2013, 12:04 PM
oooo I like some of those! In a way the mn is easier because you can stop focusing on whether it is absolutely wearable.
Uilleam is cool... OO-liam is pronunciation I take it.
Yeah, lots of...
January 1st, 2013, 03:24 AM
Thanks for feedback, kibby! Yes, I tend to read into things more than is necessary which I probably did with the Viking association, but the "to hate" one is just too problematic I think for the...
January 1st, 2013, 03:04 AM
Well, I'm not great at rhyming off a dozen good names for other people (let alone myself) but just wanted to say that from what you've described, I am certain that there is some decent overlap in you...
January 1st, 2013, 02:48 AM
We are excited for our upcoming baby boy #2 in April, brother to Arthur Weyland (last name is a Mc). They will be 17 months apart.
I went name-crazy a couple weeks ago (at 5...
December 28th, 2012, 02:39 AM
*Peach* on page 2... This is a good set of names! Also, love your Name List in signature block.
December 28th, 2012, 01:35 AM
I named my favourite doll Marigold... and had a boy imaginary friend named Conchi.
The first name I recall loving is Craig, the neighbour boy at Grandparents' cottage with whom I played Batman and...
December 25th, 2012, 02:14 AM
Too bad that mn Aurora got disqualified, but I agree it does not flow nicely with the last name starting with R. But loved Carys Aurora on it's own... I'll have to have another baby after this and...
December 24th, 2012, 11:30 PM
Yes, that sounds great! I think Isaac will definitely stand the test of time, as it is a classic, but fits nicely in today's tastes. Strong name.
grandparents: John Roland (81) & Stefania (82)
--DS: Jack Roland jr (57) (my dad)
--DD: Pamela Annette (49) [you're all so close on her middle name it is an Ann- name]
----DD: Christina Suzanne...
December 23rd, 2012, 11:03 PM
hmmm I was Ok with the spelling Leyland, and I thought it was to be pronounced "Lay-land"... I like it either pronunciation. Actually I like the pronunciation Lay-land! Oh well, that's taste for...
December 22nd, 2012, 01:16 PM
I concur with the sentiment so far: I like Jesse best and I like how it goes with the siblings. I certainly haven't noticed Jesse being popular (not seemingly in my area). I know one Jesse at...
December 22nd, 2012, 12:43 AM
One that came and went on my list: Innes
December 22nd, 2012, 12:27 AM
I like the name a lot. It was my top pick for a while (I'm pregnant) but got vetoed with "it's Ok, I guess"! I like that it mean's 'the island', from French, l'isle. But I definitely prefer...
We named our son Arthur--last Fall; I haven't seen the name a whole lot on this site though it is a little popular in UK. And #6 in Belgium! Nn could be Artie.
December 16th, 2012, 01:07 AM
I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. I think the names are beautiful, especially Xander Miles Bjorndahl S------
This has been one of the most interesting threads I've seen so far (in my busy first week on nameberry as I fuss over boys names). I love Duke Ellington's music so the association there is a...
Ok I don't watch much TV at all (or consume other pop culture)... so I'm not the best judge, but I know about Calvin and Hobbes and did not think of it at all until you said it.
I've seen The...
I think Lionel is a beautiful name. I think of my ex boyfriend's dad (hence, can't use it myself), who is Acadian which means East Coast, Canadian, French. It pronounces beautifully in French...
December 13th, 2012, 12:19 AM
p.s. I forgot to mention Lyle. Met a Lyle last year and I thought it was cool. Means "l'ile" in French, or "the island".
I agree, it sounds good. Also, I agree that Wes is a great nickname that will be ultra-cute when he's little, and masculine and cool when he's older. Wes or West. I would pick Wes.
I already replied, but being a person who has been in love with the Aengus name all day (coincidentally), I have to point out that it has a fantastic meaning "one strength/energy" or "one choice". ...
Hmmm, I like/love the name Roman for sure. You'll know over time if you can handle the large "Roman Tiberius"... I would not give up on it just yet.
In the end, why not?!? If you're feelin' it,...
Very interesting! I do not think of beef, I think of a guy I knew named Aengus. All day Aengus has been on the top of my list (prior to seeing this post!!!). Trying to convince hubby to spell with...
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