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Yesterday, 08:25 PM
My favourites are Cressida Romy Alexandra and the Ophelia combos.
Yesterday, 07:47 PM
At this age, changing her name would be really confusing for your daughter, I think.
Does she have a nickname you can use for now? Maybe just Elsie is already taking some of the Frozen association...
@schickler that sounds like an adorable little girl! Thanks for taking the time to comment :)
I really love Rose Penelope and "accidentally" voted that without realizing that I find Rose Sommer to be hard to say/run into each other.
The others are all gorgeous but I especially love Pearl...
I've rated yours before but I think you made some changes to it?
Jane Lilith Maeve - wasn't Lilith the first name before? I like Jane but it's a bit plain, I prefer Lilith.
My favourite with Asher and Callia is Eliza (though I also like Elise, just not with your preferred spelling).
Emery feels super trendy and I prefer it as a boys' name.
From the English word heather for the variety of small shrubs with pink or white flowers which commonly grow in rocky areas. It is derived from Middle English hather. It was first...
Elliott & Ophelia!
If I had to pick one, I'd go with Elliott, simply because I have loved it for years and not being able to use it, should I have a son, would be a deal breaker.
Not using my top names (cause I always do and it gets boring):
Beckett Hugo & Alice Matilda
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Yesterday, 10:47 AM
I really like Thomas and Josephine!
Yesterday, 10:44 AM
I actually really like Vincent as a brother. It combines the "old time feeling" (is that a thing) of Walter, the fun and modern vibe of Poppy and the matureness and calmness of Astrid.
I also like...
@bibliophile you are amazing. Thank you so much for writing this! I just love the description.
@ash I'm really looking forward to reading yours, too (especially since you have Aurora on your...
I would love to hear what kind of person you think of when you hear the name Aurora.
So many of you write such amazing "freestyle" comments- descriptions of people, which colours the name makes...
I know we have very different styles, which is wonderful, and that you wouldn't stop loving these names just because they don't appeal to me personally, so just looking at you and your naming style...
It depends how you pronounce Leonie. Here we emphasise the LE part but I know that many people say le-O-nee in English, which I strongly dislike. Honestly, I'm not loving either, though. Leonie has...
I prefer Raina, Reina is just the Spanish word for "queen" to me.
December 16th, 2014, 03:18 PM
I just didn't think that Truett was a long-established name since it isn't even recognized as a first name on nameberry or behindthename, so it feels very modern, on-trend to me.
December 16th, 2014, 01:51 PM
I'm really not a fan of Truett. Your other kids have such beautiful, international names and Truett feels very English and surname-y. From the other names you're considering, I think Balthazar fits...
I'm really not a fan of Elke, it sounds really dated to me (and I don't like how the name is said in English). I'm not familiar with actress so I'm not sure what the association would be for most...
December 16th, 2014, 01:38 PM
I know that Frieda is rather clunky in the English speaking world but it's really popular here right now (it's a vintage name coming back in style, like Violet for example).
I do think it's very...
December 16th, 2014, 01:35 PM
I very much second the suggestion of Alice. Another one I love with Clara and Juliet is Sophie.
I also second that Estela and Giselle will stick out a lot.
I can see you using
Deloris (though Dolores might be easier for people to remember)
Thank You :)
I definitely think that Flora works, too and I'm still undecided but I adore the connection to the northern light with Aurora and prefer the look of it with the others. Flora is still...
December 15th, 2014, 06:09 PM
I couldn't find it either, maybe it was a question in a thread that was not titled "cressida" (which is what I searched for).
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