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August 27th, 2014, 06:34 PM
Margot, Nell and Arthur are adorable. I think Jethro, Nell and Arthur work. I'm not a fan of Fiona here, especially with Nell. Margo, Fiona and Jethro all share that long o sound so I would only...
1. I much prefer Flora. It's light, sweet, vintage lovelyness. Leonor feels so heavy to me, not my cup of tea at all.
2. Flora, Penelope, and all your boy picks make perfect sense. Leonor goes...
August 15th, 2014, 08:15 PM
I really like Isabel, Lillian, Rosalie and think they would make lovely sisters. Like @lcd1912 said Isabel really does go with everything. I much prefer Rosalie to Coralie, have you considered just...
Chloe and Sonya
Chloe and Talia
Both of these combos sound different and have a cool girl quality. Love these
Chloe and Nina - this feels very high fashion to me
There was a character on 90210 named Ivy and she was a blonde California surfer girl. So that is the image I attach to Ivy. Ivy feels very hippyish/1970's so I definitly felt like the name fit her...
I think I must have misheard Murielle. Thanks for clarifying.
mih-ree-elle like Miriam and Mirabelle sorry about the confusion on the pronounciation. I really thought this was an existing name. Ugh
August 12th, 2014, 08:28 PM
I also like Landon and Nora or the suggetion of Landon and Clara
2. Love this name, it's one of our top 2 picks for another girl. I also love The Importance of Being Earnest and Cecily is in that.
3. Meanings aren't really a big deal to me,...
August 12th, 2014, 06:55 PM
How do you spell Miri-elle (mih-ree-elle like Miriam and Mirabelle)
Not Mireille which is meer-AY
Not quite Murielle either
This is a really name right? Which spelling is correct? Why...
August 12th, 2014, 03:41 PM
These are both names I want to love but just like. With Odette I hear Oh Debt which isn't the greatest thing. With Gwyneth I'm not sure why I don't love it, maybe Gwyneth Paltrow? :/ My personal...
I love Cecelia Estelle, so pretty. I'm not a fan of Rosemary Iris it's too much floral in one name for me. After Cecilia and Rosemary Hazel just feels lackluster.
August 12th, 2014, 03:34 PM
The other berries have given some good answers. I love Evelyn Rosemary Jane with Myrtle Amelia Grace. I also like the suggetions Agnes, Olive and Vera. My intial thought was a vintage nickname...
Astrid is wonderful. Fringe had a character with that name and she was lovely. I could definitly see Astrid with Gretchen and Ingrid as sisters, Poppy not so much. Poppy is as usable as any floral...
August 10th, 2014, 06:33 PM
Julian and Donovan are a bit too similar for me. Donovan's style also seems to be a bit off from the rest of your list.
I would nix Donovan, add Julian Fredrick and Vincent Theodore
I love Simone. I don't see Hazel as exotic at all, also I think of this as a trendier name.
Eloise I love this name
Audrey - Neutral
Amelie - doesn't work for me unless you're french
August 10th, 2014, 06:15 PM
With Beneson Briley I like Sloane best. Victoria and Ella would would make me think Beneson is a boy so I would look mainly to unisex names. I don't like Sloane Sadie though. Sloane Bryer sounds...
Calliope - I say Cah-LYE-oh-pee
I love : Cleo, Elizabeth nn Lilibeth, Lydia, Margo, Miriam nn Miri or Mimi, Sylvia nn Sylvie, and Simon
August 10th, 2014, 05:57 PM
Off of your list I like Albert, I also like Margaret.
Cora Odette nn Coco
You could use Eleanor as a nod to Helen. I think something vintage and quirky would work best with Ruby, not quite the style you have on your list.
I like Sadie Wren but too me it is too close to Seth & Flynn, Seth/Sadie and Flynn/Wren. With your boys I'm loving Reese Birdie.
If you want another nickname I would suggest Eleanor and Tillie for your last 2.
Eliza. It's soft, feminine, not over used but easy to recognize. I love Eliza. Personality wise I can see this fitting for a lot of children as well she could be shy or vivacious and it would...
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