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Thank you daisyliv! Fiona Lavinia Joy is beautiful!
Thank you polina didn't know Adelaide was such a favorite :-)
And chellemma1, I love Faye, too bad it rhymes w/ our last name
I love the...
I agree with aym that Lark Eva is too blunt together, sounds very choppy. But Eva Lark sounds much better.
My daughter is only 2 mos old and I'm already brainstorming the next girl's name. I have a small handful of first names and middles but what do you think pairs nicely with Maria but also flows well?...
Our first child, Maria Julietta Grace was born Dec 3rd at home. She will be very tall, we think, and is growing like a weed. Been waiting a long time for her. I'm glad to finally be able to add to...
November 27th, 2013, 12:16 PM
If I heard "lie-lah" I would imagine it was spelled Lila.
How funny, I was just talking about this with my friend yesterday. I'm an INFP and DH tested as INTJ but I guessed he was an ISTJ and still think that description matches him better, he agreed.
October 20th, 2013, 04:21 PM
A friend posted this on facebook and I had to share it with ya'll, a great visual of the #1 girls name by state as it progresses through time from 1963 til now. I've already watched it a couple...
I say Lee-OH-nee
August 23rd, 2013, 01:31 AM
I really can't decide on Evangeline Ruth/Ruth Evangeline, they both sound equally good. Anna Genevieve has a better flow as well as Rosamund Elise.
Francesca and Vivienne are a perfect fit, they both have a European flair and elegance, the other names on the list just don't have IMO. I also love the option of nn Frankie, so cute.
The spelling Zoe Annabelle looks more classy to me. the "y" in Zoey makes it feel too trendy and feel more nick-namey.
Thanks for the feedback so far Berries!
I know a couple PPs mentioned using the names as firsts instead of middles, but Maria is non-negotiable since its the name of my late grandmother who was...
Juliette. It just looks less harsh and more dainty.
Adaline is very stylish, not to old in the least, it's charming.
So if we have a girl (we are finding out at birth), she will be either:
Maria Evelina Grace
Maria Julietta Grace
I like Evelina and DH prefers Julietta. There are a couple reasons why this...
June 13th, 2013, 05:11 AM
All this seems to suggest is an English-speakers view on masculine and feminine sounds based on cultural preference not biology. I don't see how they can make any sort of claim, "how biological...
June 11th, 2013, 03:13 AM
@cvdutch31 - As a first timer myself, I know it is a hard adjustment to start gaining weight, especially if you're not used to it, but at least we have an excuse right? ;-) And I hope you don't feel...
June 9th, 2013, 05:06 PM
Just found this thread, I'm so glad to finally be on my way to being a mama. I'm 15 weeks and due late/Nov-early Dec. (Not a due date person since babies come on their own time anyway:-)
April 29th, 2013, 03:24 PM
When I did Day 3 testing, they said day 3-5 was okay.
April 28th, 2013, 02:24 AM
@cvdutch31 & uselesskitty- I'm in the bandwagon with you. I miscarried our first last summer and have been very hesitant to have excited feeling about being pregnant. I'm 9w1d and will be having an...
Rollo, just read your post, I'm a little late but I'll be thinking of you and praying for a quick and an as-painless-as-possible recovery. So glad it was benign!
Question, how would you pronounce Eva in Dutch? Would it be EE-va, AYE-va, or EH-va?
April 14th, 2013, 02:58 AM
My first instinct is to pronounce it Kirsten= kEAR-sten/kEER-sten as in "ear" but I've also heard kURst-ten. I'm from the US.
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