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Less disgusted by women forced into sex work than interested in avoiding a name that sounds like a 'stage' name of someone looking to hide their identity, possibly for unsavory reasons. And slightly...
I agree that it is strangely compelling, but definitely the working girl connotation was too strong for me :)
But there's always National Velvet to back you up!
March 18th, 2014, 09:31 AM
Royal... Presidential... All good things :)
March 15th, 2014, 08:25 PM
The first name I thought of with your sib set is Abraham. Abraham Edward is nice.
Ezra is not really my style, and it's not my favorite in your sib set either.
I love Theodore, it is always on my...
March 9th, 2014, 05:00 PM
I like Gannon Carter and Gannon Michael - with a preference toward Gannon Michael :)
Personally I'd avoid another Z name, but that's just me.
Zeke is nice, what is your other child's name? Sometimes it helps us give suggestions when we can see siblings names.
I'm not a fan, but I also am not a fan of unisex names on boys, so take my opinion knowing that :)
I think if you were to go with Dakota on a boy, I'd try for a super masculine middle - Flynn just...
I think Camden and Tucker is very cute.
I like Oscar too.
Lachlan James - nice
Callum Henry - like it
Breccan Patrick - not my favorite, although I love patrick
Torin Luca - two slightly softer names, i might switch out one for something more solid...
I love Charlie!
or, my fav:
Barnaby Arthur "Barns" - Cute. Barns is adorable.
Chester Leopold "Chet" - not my favorite. I think it fits well here though.
Edmund Francis - If, by chance, you did get Eddy, it'd be awfully close...
Not sure if by edits you meant specifically dropping names, but that's what I did :) Just my personal opinion and style. Some of these I love and some are decent and some I would take off the list...
Thanks for the replies. I've heard of the vomit thing.. but it really doesn't bother me that much. The only time it comes up that I've ever heard is when people are literally listing the different...
What are your thoughts? I'm thinking of it as an excellent boy sibling for our George, it has a similar feel, vintage-y yet not popular, old-man, yet consistently popular until recently. One...
I'm going to vote for it's fine, as long as you realize that it will probably be a name that he will never want to share with anyone.
February 24th, 2014, 05:23 PM
Less quirky/unique: George
A little more: Albert, Alfred, Walter, Linus, Hugo, Harvey, Harold, Vincent
Alexys, Draven & McKenna
February 24th, 2014, 04:00 PM
1. Caleb, Delilah, Gideon, Elisabeth, Alastair
2. Brogan, Fleur, Calla, Rosalie, Connor
3. Laurel, Nolan, Breanne, Aiden, Mason
4. Harriet 'Hattie', Rebecca "Becky", Evelyn 'Evie', Josselin...
February 24th, 2014, 03:53 PM
Cecily Olive Grace
Matilda Eleanor Plum
December 31st, 2013, 11:21 AM
Of the two, I'm in favor of Emery. I like how they are linked and similar but not too similar. I think Harper and Hadley are a bit on the matchy-matchy side.
December 31st, 2013, 11:19 AM
I'm so happy to see Mae in the first spot! WTG! :)
We did Mae Elizabeth, although I let my husband pick that one, and it wasn't my first choice. But it is nice, soft, and a nice longer well...
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