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I'm super crushing on the name Vincent lately these days. In fact, it's almost surpassing my all-time favorite, Hugh!
However, I really dislike the nicknames Vince and Vin. To me,...
Bronwyn: I like this, very mysterious!
Della: It's okay to me. It's more substantial and interesting that Ella or Stella, which I see a lot of lately.
Devon: Although I know a 20-something...
October 17th, 2014, 11:30 PM
Boy: Vincent Joseph
Girl: Lucy Eloise
Say: Hello Dixie, Lottie, and Minnie!
Think: Those are some spunky nicknames! I especially love Lottie and Minnie, and the fact that each girl has a name that has some tradition to it.
September 23rd, 2014, 10:21 PM
The very first name that came to mind was Rowan.
It's very nature-themed (à la the rowan tree) and I could totally see a little flannel-wearing boy named Rowan running through the woods, picking...
September 23rd, 2014, 02:57 AM
Amadeus Woodrow & Rufus Theodore
September 23rd, 2014, 01:50 AM
September 23rd, 2014, 01:49 AM
Beau Beckett & Sawyer Thomas
September 23rd, 2014, 01:45 AM
Say: Nice to meet you, Felix, Alexei, and Lux!
Think: I like Felix, not Alexei as much (though Vincent is divine), and Lux, while spunky, sounds a bit too much like Felix. All of their middle...
I vote for Arthur as well, as it seems to fit best with Charlotte, Eleanor, and Henry. Although, I like August a lot, too, though not Augustus as much. Louis (as pronounced loo-ee) is much fresher...
September 20th, 2014, 03:32 PM
I love Edmund, Philip, and Vincent from your new list. Edmund Vincent sounds divine, classic with a fresh and vintage twist. I also like Edmund Philip a lot too for a more refined and traditional...
September 19th, 2014, 11:03 PM
Congratulations on your next baby! My first thought when seeing your (amazing!) sibset was Edmund. It's as stately as your other children's names and fits into that vintage/British vibe you have...
September 9th, 2014, 01:54 AM
I'm Natalie Jean, but I would have been Jack Deon (Dee-ohn...my great-grandfather's name) if I had been a boy. I'm definitely not a Jack ;) If I could choose my male name, however, I would have...
I love old man names! Here are some of my favorites:
Arlo. Cute, chubby, blond toddler :)
July 27th, 2014, 01:58 PM
I would love to have at least 3, with 4 being ideal and 5 being the max. I'm the oldest of two and my sister and I are super close, basically best friends. I speak for both of us when we say that...
I love Agatha! Especially with the super cute nickname Aggie, although I like it a bit more with Agnes.
How about, for middles:
I like Adelina...so pretty!
What are people's thoughts on Ina alone? Could it work as a first name on its own?
I pronounce it like EE-na. Thank you for the suggestions!
Hello! So, lately, I've been crushing on the name Ina. It hit me hard and out of nowhere, as it's not really my style. But I can't get Ina off my mind!
I thought, as I generally opposed to...
A five year old boy who is kindhearted, bright, and has a mischievous streak to him. He is lanky and has strawberry blond hair, dark brown eyes, and a few freckles just underneath...
Boy? Hugh Michael Rowan
Girl? Lucy Elinor Jean
Girl, girl twins? Edith "Edie" Cecilia Anne & Millicent "Millie" Clara Rose
Boy,boy twins? Joseph Rufus Anthony & Patrick Eamon James
Sophia vs. Khaleesi
Emma vs. Imogen
Olivia vs. Charlotte
Isabella vs. Isla
Ava vs. Cora
Mia vs. Penelope
Emily vs. Violet
Abigail vs. Eleanor
I think for a girl, Frances is more commonly used and to me, would create less confusion. Francis seems very masculine to me. I like Edelweiss as a middle, but not as much with Francis/Frances,...
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