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    Hi! I'm in this situation as well. I have 3...

    Hi! I'm in this situation as well. I have 3 kids and the youngest and oldest start with the same letter. It's really a non-issue! We just picked the names we loved the most and didn't give it a...
  2. I have a Maeve and a Ronan. If my third babe had...

    I have a Maeve and a Ronan. If my third babe had been a boy, she would have been Cormac. I love, love, love Maeve with your other names, and either Ronan or Cormac would be a clear winner!
  3. I love your list and wanted to suggest Desmond. ...

    I love your list and wanted to suggest Desmond. Best of luck!
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    I love the name Ian. To me, it is masculine,...

    I love the name Ian. To me, it is masculine, strong and has a lot of character. It's a phonetically simple and handsome name. My husband is Ian and it's also my son's middle name, so I do write...
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    The name is beautiful! I really, really like it....

    The name is beautiful! I really, really like it. I don't think you need the double nickname since Ada itself is 2 syllables. If I were you, I would stick the beautiful simplicity of calling her...
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    I really like Amaya, but I prefer the sound of...

    I really like Amaya, but I prefer the sound of Amira, so I just want to throw that out there!
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    I really like Indian names and I feel like they...

    I really like Indian names and I feel like they do tend to work well in the US (although I am in Canada). Indian names tend to be phonetically simple or can be shortened to easy nicknames. Do you...
  8. I love Mira. It's the perfect name. Short,...

    I love Mira. It's the perfect name. Short, refreshing, strong and feminine. It truly is a global name with Latin, Sanskrit and Eastern European roots. I love it with your other children's names. ...
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    I don't like it at all. Sorry!

    I don't like it at all. Sorry!
  10. Yeah, you can't reserve a name, especially for a...

    Yeah, you can't reserve a name, especially for a baby that doesn't exist yet. When your girl-Ben comes along, you may just stick with Annabel. I wouldn't care too much at this point in time.
  11. I love the name Eli! It is a clear winner to me...

    I love the name Eli! It is a clear winner to me (although all 3 names are great).
  12. Thread: Marriage

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    I kept my last name. It would feel very strange...

    I kept my last name. It would feel very strange to me to change the strongest part of my identity. Our 3 kids have my husband's last name, and I assure you, I feel no less of a participant in the...
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    Immediately I thought of Desmond (nn Dez is very...

    Immediately I thought of Desmond (nn Dez is very cool).

    Best of luck!
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    They both go very well with Archer! I prefer...

    They both go very well with Archer! I prefer Camille, but they are both beautiful names. You can't go wrong!
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    Elliot definitely has my vote! It's a great...

    Elliot definitely has my vote! It's a great name! Philip would come in second with Linden as a distant third.
  16. Thread: August Brooks?

    by rmbear
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    I love August as a first name, and I honestly...

    I love August as a first name, and I honestly think that Brooks sounds great with it. It's a strong, masculine name!
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    I love Lillian Rose. It really is a perfect...

    I love Lillian Rose. It really is a perfect name. If she doesn't like it, it's her issue, not yours. And please don't take the insults and disrespect from your in-laws. Stand your ground, don't...
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    I don't like it for a boy and I particularly...

    I don't like it for a boy and I particularly don't like it for a girl. Seems to be trendy and lack substance. Sorry about that!
  19. Thread: Aemon or Amon??

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    I love this name, but the correct spelling (to...

    I love this name, but the correct spelling (to me) is Eamon. I don't like your other spellings at all. Eamon to me is strong, masculine and has a great deal of character. He could be a scholar or...
  20. I don't care for Miller at all. Seems to lack...

    I don't care for Miller at all. Seems to lack substance and be a bit trendy (Carter, Rider, Hunter etc.). I also am not a fan of last names for first names.

    Best of luck!
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    I have a short, 4 letter, 2 syllable name and...

    I have a short, 4 letter, 2 syllable name and I've always loved the lack of nickname potential and simple strength it conveys. It's feminine without being frilly, and we tried to do the same for our...
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    Love, love, love Ian. A very handsome, strong,...

    Love, love, love Ian. A very handsome, strong, phonetically simple name.
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    I think Dashiell is a great name and I don't...

    I think Dashiell is a great name and I don't think pronunciation will be a problem, especially after they hear it once. I don't care for Sullivan as the trend of last names as first names has never...
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    There are 3 correct pronunciations: Loo-see-ah,...

    There are 3 correct pronunciations: Loo-see-ah, Loo-chee-ah, and Loo-sha.

    I prefer Loo-sha. It's a great name!
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    All I think of is the Periodic Table. It's just...

    All I think of is the Periodic Table. It's just a word to me.
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