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Before I opened this, I was like "Calvin!" Also Cecily/Cecilia.
Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson is so fun to say. There are fun names in the weekend content too. Ophira, Kyrie, Ira, Jad.
I think the only one similar I have on my list is Conrad for boys, Callista for...
Gertrude and Geraldine.
*searches New Posts, sees it's 8 pages long*
*4 pages of it is spam*
Yeah, no making this 33-year-old over here feel bad :) I'm planning baby #2 as are most of my old fogey friends, so you have so much time it's not even funny.
I'm just teasing. You really sound...
November 20th, 2014, 10:58 AM
November 19th, 2014, 07:05 PM
It's lovely on its own and I think it stands up well. I've never thought of it as nicknamey; it's always sounded like a legit full name to me. There's something really refreshing about a name like...
Oh god no, they're plenty long now.
If it's the final weeks, I wouldn't worry. I can guess what your last name is and the running together isn't that bad.
Should've gone with twins.
November 10th, 2014, 10:46 AM
I never thought of Theo as a nn for Timothy. I think it's really cool!
Did you get to choose your first child's name? I'm just wondering why he's so adamant. I may get some heat for this, but if...
I think some states don't have clear laws on surrogacy or don't offer protection, so maybe that's why you don't see a lot of thread activity on a general forum. In my state, for example, surrogacy...
Briar Rose has always seemed hard to say to me because the Rs blend together. Even just Briar on its own is too many Rs for me, like Aurora and Rory. Pretty on paper though.
I have a 7 month old Leo, and I obviously think it's a great name, haha. Wasn't too crazy about the longer Leo names, and I felt as though it could stand on its own. I like that it's easy to say and...
Ah, I see. I still give it the side-eye.
Oh, it's suppose to be Avery? Eek.
I've never heard that either. I breast fed exclusively on demand for the first 4 months and my baby was pretty much a perpetual cluster feeder, until we started supplementing with formula. We did...
^ Oh, I agree. I think I try to add explanation wherever possible. I was just kind of laughing at myself, haha
Haha sorceress! I think I've done that one when a name reminds me of a word. Totally guilty :)
I really like the idea of familiar or classic names for boys: David, William, James, Henry. But I just can't see using one! Not sure why since my tastes lean more conservative than adventurous.
November 1st, 2014, 01:23 PM
I think two middles sound, most of the time, like a list of names when you say the whole thing out loud. But this is because 2 middles isn't that common in the US. If I heard them more often, I'm...
You're not crazy. I know a younger, really cool girl named Kathleen, and it made me see the name in a new light--not that I didn't like it before. I think it's a really friendly name with a sleek...
Ailsa came to mind.
And no, I don't think Alice blends together too much.
*Sees favorite name has a less than flattering description on nameberry*
*Runs out of the room, makes it five feet before collapsing in a heap on the staircase*
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