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All of this. I also really like the idea of experiencing it both ways, as you mentioned. I always knew I wanted to find out right away, and I did with my first baby (on the way), but now I kind of...
I voted for Maeve. I love the suggestion of Maeve Arlo, nn Marlo. So cute with Ziggy!
Arlo and Pixie are both really awesome! Frankie is adorable. Willa is so pretty. Harper is very trendy and I...
August 18th, 2014, 12:59 PM
Rosalind Joanna Maeve is stunning and I love it paired with your daughter's name. :)
I love June! It brings to mind fresh peonies, peaches and plums-- everything in bloom. I think it is a classic, but it is also fresh and modern. I don't know a single baby June--or Nova for that...
Thank you all very much for your replies! It remains somewhat undecided, but I think we are figuring it out. . . slowly. :)
Thank you for this! I think having been obsessed with names for so long, when I finally came to naming my child I had lost sight of the things that really matter, such as her father liking the name...
August 15th, 2014, 12:56 PM
Totally agree with all of this. To be honest, I am a Cuban who was raised staunchly Catholic and I had to google the name to discover its Catholic ties. Growing up I knew a few Marisols, and I...
August 15th, 2014, 11:34 AM
I don't think it matters at all, and that is a beautiful reason to name your girl January! Love the name and backstory.
August 15th, 2014, 11:32 AM
I completely understand your fears—they seem like very natural concerns to come up, but I do not think you need to worry. Androgynous names are all the rage these days, truly. I know baby girls Ryan,...
August 14th, 2014, 04:36 PM
from your list, I think I like Agnes Elizabeth best!
Some quirky lovelies (sorry for duplicates):
August 14th, 2014, 02:02 PM
I love your choices of Marina and Maya. Marina brings to mind the sea, and I think sea and stars are also a beautiful combination. Starlight glittering on the dark blue ocean. :)
Because you like...
August 14th, 2014, 01:49 PM
The difference in popularity between Emma and Emily is so slight, that I would probably just go with Emma if that is what she will be called. I also love it much more than Emily!
Of your combos, I...
August 14th, 2014, 01:39 PM
Absolutely ANY name under the sun can have a negative connotation and can be made fun of. I feel that baby names are becoming more and more diverse (and in fact, in the US, there is much evidence to...
August 14th, 2014, 10:29 AM
Audrey Jane is lovely. It is very simple and classic, but I love that about it.
However, Aenona is such a gorgeous and uncommon name! I don't think I could *not* use it if it held some special...
I love Cora Juliet! My favorite of your list with Cora, is Fleur.
August 14th, 2014, 10:13 AM
Isabelle and Isabella are very pretty, frilly names. They are both quite regal to me, and I don't dislike them, but I wouldn't use them. I would absolutely use beautiful Isobel.
Eleanor - I love this name and it would sound great with Cormac, but I do think it has become extremely popular as of late, because...I know of 3 Eleanors under 6 months (one born just days ago)! It...
I used to love Cora, but lately it just isn't doing it for me! Not sure what changed. I chose Aurora, but I also love Isadora.
I like Magnolia and Eleanor best.
I prefer nn Nola for Magnolia, and I like Elle, Ellie and Lena for Eleanor.
The beloved pet part wouldn't bother me. It's a different name and you can use a...
August 12th, 2014, 09:40 AM
Considering them objectively, ignoring popularity:
Sophia - I prefer the spelling Sofia, but much much prefer the Sophie variation.
Emma - This name is classic beauty in its most simple...
I am 28 weeks pregnant with our girl, who we are decidedly naming Luna. We are not open to a new first name.
Sylvie has sentimental value for us both, and we love it...but I do not know that I...
August 6th, 2014, 10:09 AM
To be completely honest, she looks exactly like my baby did at our last sonogram! And if you ask me, my girl looks like a Luna! ;) I think newborns tend to look a lot alike in these images, but I...
I want to second a few previously posted, namely June Camille, June Adelaide, June Vivienne and June Cordelia.
My first thought was June Celeste or June Cosette.
I love the name June - it...
I think these two are really cute together, and the anagram bit would not bother me at all. They aren't too matchy.
If I were to choose for myself, I would rather be a Violet. :)
Both are Latin spellings with a lot of history, though I believe Silvia is the oldest variation. Sylvia is the most common spelling seen in English, and in French this name is most used in the Sylvie...
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