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I love Odessa - sounds so lovely and lush.
Also, Odetta, like the famous American folk singer.
November 14th, 2011, 05:48 PM
Here are all the one-syllable girl names from my list - they are all over the place in terms of style, but I hope something helps!
For a girl, I think I prefer Quince (like the fruit) to Quincy, but both are cute and could get you to Quinn quite easily.
November 14th, 2011, 05:14 PM
I think lots of great suggestions have already been made - I second: Greta, Pearl, and Scarlett.
Some of my ideas that seem to fit your style:
November 10th, 2011, 01:28 PM
Some quick suggestions that came to mind (I'm loving your idea of Sage, plus the mixing of a more feminine with a unisex name like your first daughter's)...
Payton Caroline and:
I'll just add that just because certain names are getting lots of buzz on name boards, I wouldn't take that to mean that they are definitely going to rise a lot in actual popularity. For example, I...
P.S. jesba - I didn't see your post before I posted. We think alike! I agree with all your points :)
& I am so happy I'm not the only one who loves Murray! Such a great name!!!
Personally I really love the name Murray. I think it all started with the Mary Tyler Moore Show :) I just love the sound and the laid-back, but smart feel of the name. I'm not sure about the...
November 9th, 2011, 09:23 PM
LOL! No I don't think there will be any problem. I don't remember anyone ever referring to me by my first and middle initial alone - I don't think anyone ever goes by or is referred to as just their...
November 9th, 2011, 12:23 AM
Oooh I love your style! It's crazy that Paisley is popular where you live - I tried to think of a variety of names you might like. I hope I can help!
Some of my suggestions for your little one:...
I was supposed to be a Valentines baby - but stubbornly held out til the 15th :) I love your children's names! Kaius and Lucia both feel like ancient Latin-based names to me, and love the...
I think OP is referring to her poll question - what flows well with sister Adelaide Sloane Elizabeth?
Between Fiona and Eloise, I prefer Fiona especially with sister Adelaide, because Adelaide and...
November 8th, 2011, 06:37 PM
I love this idea! I really love the suggestion Vivienne Bay. With her long first name, you can totally get away with one of the sweet short middle names, and Bay is a great Nantucket reference.
November 6th, 2011, 11:40 PM
jk ;) I feel like if it is a boy, Ben may have a lot of say in the name, and that it will have some Boston/Red Sox reference or something. I don't think they'll do an "old man" name. ...
Aduke - This is the full name of Addy, the American Girl Doll! It means "beloved" in Yoruba (a West African ethnic group). Another great way to get to nickname Addy :)
November 6th, 2011, 11:03 PM
Aw, they are both such good names. Maybe it is one of those cases where you will know which one suits him when you meet him? Either way, he will have a great name!
I love Isadora and I prefer it to the -bell/e/a endings because, as you said, it is used so much left often. Plus Dora/Dori/Dory nicknames are so so cute! A+ name!
Aw, I really like Faye as a nickname. I can only think of one addition for you to consider:
Fable - Not for everyone, I know, but Fable is so sweet and she could easily be nicknamed Faye. Mom...
November 5th, 2011, 10:24 PM
Reading your name choices brought a smile to my face :) Great names! My vote is for Santiago - I love it. I really like Emilio as well, but with Emma, Emily, and Amelia being such hugely popular...
November 5th, 2011, 07:50 PM
I love Luna Rose! I am a really big "Rose" fan lately (granted, I have been watching a lot of Golden Girls...) I know some people complain that it's one of the "filler" middle names, but I don't...
Yes, I think that Twinwood and Silvin are your best options and I like them both! I really do love the merging surnames - coming up with the name seems to be the hardest part, but if there's one you...
boyandgirl - Twinwood is one of the surnames (last names) that the OP is considering, not a first name.
I think Valentino sounds a bit more modern/hip because of the -o ending. And I assume you will be using a nickname for him like you do with the girls - Val or Valo? I think if he goes primarily by...
I think you have some great names here! Most of which do not seem terribly "old" sounding to me and lots of appealing more "youthful" nicknames :)
Alice Liliana - I like it, but it doesn't stand...
November 4th, 2011, 02:26 AM
Oh good! I've wondered why more people don't use Finch to honor him (to me it's more usable than Atticus) - here's a hero of mine as well.
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