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I've always enjoyed a stroll to the 925 section of the library's nonfiction books--that's Dewey Decimal System for names. They're typically made for soon-to-be parents rather than name nerds, which I...
May 17th, 2013, 10:22 PM
Kaylee - though probably just slightly dated, like the way Alexis is now
Madison - I'm surprised it's still in the top 10! I'm sure that'll change fast.
any "-ayden" name with any spelling - Its...
April 15th, 2013, 09:47 PM
...Or if you're looking for something unique, Saveria would work. I know one personally and close friends sometimes call her "Savvy/Savi."
But it would work.
April 15th, 2013, 09:30 PM
How do *YOU* differentiate?
[This question was inspired by last night, when I was poring over my little sister's yearbook, making a tally table to chart the naming styles at her school....
Are there any names about which you are surprised that they're still hanging on in the top 1000? Mine is Melvin and Ignacio. This is just a question I'm curious about.
Say: Lovely names.
Think: Gorgeous, simple classics: I like them!
This is my son Francis Christopher.
March 28th, 2013, 12:26 PM
I like less common names. I dislike old-fashioned/Biblical names.
Rain Lilith (Before you try to tell me, Lilith is NOT in the Bible. She is in Jewish...
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