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August 19th, 2015, 09:36 AM
To me your husbands names give off a unisex vibe while still being cute and girly. While half of your list is compleately girl and the other half is very unisex. With big brothers named Grady and...
August 7th, 2015, 03:56 PM
I like it! I'm a huge fan of off-beat nicknames!
You could probably get away with useing Tess as a nn for Tamsin. I also really like the above suggustion of Taz
I like the sound, and could totally imagine calling a little girl Jetty, it's pretty adorable! That being said it doesn't feel like a full name to me, it's a nickname. Juliet is the first name that...
August 1st, 2015, 09:49 PM
I like it, and it fits really well with your other girls' names too :)
July 29th, 2015, 02:39 PM
I realize im a little late in the game but when I wondered onto nameberry for the first time in atleast a year and discovered you were having another baby I just had to stop in and say...
Morgan and Paige
Abigail and Emilie
Sophie and Lily
Heidi and Violet
Chloe and Hannah
Glenna is my favorite with Lorrain and Rosemary, so that's my first pick. My second choice would be Elena nn Lena.
Alice definitely! also,
Anne or Anna
I have to agree, I love the nn Cal, so I have considered Calvin before, but I just can't get past the meaning. . . especially with the high percentage of bald men in my family. . .
September 17th, 2014, 10:40 PM
Lately I've been crushing on Seth and Amos, both which go well with Bram and Erik imo. Other ideas
Bruno, Roark, and Oskar go together really well. However, as far as the combos go Roark Niklaus and Oskar James feel very different, Oskar James "matches" Bruno Henry, but Roark Niklous sorta stands...
September 17th, 2014, 10:25 PM
I really, really like the idea of sisters named Maeve and Rose having a little brother named Quinn. The names go great together imo, Maeve and Rose are slightly different styles already so Quinn for...
September 12th, 2014, 03:11 PM
As those who share a birthday with a sibling say it's great, I would have to vote for a shared birthday.
September 12th, 2014, 03:06 PM
They're great together :)
Shepherd isn't all that different from other occupational names such as Hunter, Mason, Cooper, ect, so I see no reason it shouldn't be used.
Personally my favorite surname names are Alden, Wilder,...
September 11th, 2014, 11:49 PM
Sylvan doesn't seem "old" to me at all, plus Sylvia seems to be getting more attention now, so I find Sylvan very "revivable" right now. It would stand out some, but also fit in with the current...
This thread is awesome! (yes I just read all 46 pages. . .)
"WDYT of Wren?"
"You can't use Wren for a child, it's the name of a breed of bird, thus to use it on a human would totally offend the...
September 11th, 2014, 07:17 PM
Wilhelmina nn Lena would work
Like the sound, but thanks to Hitler it will never be usable again. People are just now coming back around to German names in general thanks to the anti-german feelings he sparked all over the world.
September 9th, 2014, 08:01 PM
Regarding Charokee: Since you are part Charokee you could probably get away with using Charokee to honor your heritage, but it might go over better as a middle then a first. Now, onto the rest of the...
Amethyst and Araminta come to mind immediately, I think A and Z twin names are pretty awesome. I also second the suggestions of Astrid and Viola specifically, but really any of the suggested names...
Winter would be great with Jack, Sawyer, and Marlow! my first thought personally was Olive, girly without being frilly so it works great with a sister named Marlow, yet it's traditional enough to...
I think it's fine for Mom and daughter, kinda sweet actually :)
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