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December 11th, 2014, 06:25 PM
'Winnie' Winifred Foster - Tuck Everlasting
Irene (pronounced EYE-ree-nee) - Princess and The Goblin.
Elisa - The Wild Swans
Alice - Alice in Wonderland
Wendy - Peter and Wendy
Rosie - Love,...
I love Connie Louise, I'm just not a fan of Constance.
December 7th, 2014, 06:59 AM
So we've heard it before "If men can, then why can't women?"
But I am curious, would you give your daughter your name? Be it first or a middle name.
For me, since I'd consider using Emmeline or...
December 7th, 2014, 06:14 AM
Both Lilith and Lillian have an old lady vibe for me. I like Lilia or Liliana.
Honestly for the girls, Chloe makes me cringe, as does Penelope and Zoe. Though I like Ariadne? Go figure.... I think I dislike Chloe because it's quite popular in my state. I hear it a lot. I've...
I love Georgiana, I've been thinking about this name a lot recently, Georgia is gorgeous too.
December 6th, 2014, 03:51 AM
I think of both the Belgium TinTin series and also Tin-Tin from the American puppet TV series Thunderbirds. I honestly don't think it's a problem, as I am from Australia too, I have a friends whose...
My godmother is a Francesca and she goes by Nancy!
I prefer Astor or even Aster. I've never liked Astrid, the sound is really unattractive to me, plus I like the history of Astor and the magical properties of Aster.
December 5th, 2014, 04:03 AM
I've been an avid historical researcher my entire life, two of the most prominent events being the Russia Revolution/Royal family, and also the sinking of the Titanic. I was looking through the list...
I love Rosie, however, I went with my other favourite name Romy. Romy Schneider was stunning, despite her tragic death.
Edward James! Edward makes me think top hats and tails. Oscar is a close second, though Oscar does prompt positive thoughts of Oscar Schindler who saved a thousand Jews during the Holocaust.
In Oz, (as far as I know) everyone pronounces it: EYE-Zac. The 'S' pronounced as a 'Z'. However, I've noticed that one of the mothers in Teen Mom pronounces her son's name: EYE-Zic. I was just...
Sorry if there are repeats! I don't know if you'll like these; but here are some of my ideas:
Lily-Alice - One of the berry users names, I thought it was lovely.
Rose is my favourite, I also like Rosemary, Roselle and Rosetta.
I have a soft spot for Fawn, if Wren, Fox, and Fern are fine, why not Fawn or Swan? Seems like the strangest double standard in my opinion. It's similarity to Dawn makes it more easily accessible too.
I am looking for some more names like Bonnie, Winnie, Willa, Brielle, Della and Etta. They don't necessarily have to have an 'E' sound, just names that feel like they scream small town charm, and...
December 1st, 2014, 11:46 PM
Cinderella is a family name of mine. Not even kidding! I'd never use it; but I'd consider something with a similar feel maybe Christabel or Lucinda.
Aurora, Elsa, Merida and Belle are my...
Emmeline Clara Day
My middle name is Emily and my Mum has always loved the Em- names so it would kind of honour her also. Emmeline also has some literary usage, like in the novel Blue Lagoon. A...
Lawson is all boy to me. It makes me think of Josh Lawson and it kind of has a southern feel. But if you like it, go for it! :)
I've been loving Thora and I found out that Thora Birch's parents originally thought she was going to be a boy. She was going to be Thor; but since she wasn't they tacked an 'a' on the end and later...
November 29th, 2014, 10:04 AM
"Jessie"* Jessica Emily Faith
"Rocko"* Brock John Wray
My only issue with our names is all my brother's names are honouring people. While only one of mine is.
My Mum had a few names that she really liked prior to getting pregnant. Paris, Claudia (after Interview with A Vampire) and Amelia. When she got pregnant they thought I was a boy, so I was going to...
Bumping this up. :)
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