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On Friday, my husband and I along with baby Nettie will be making the (approx) 350 mile journey to our new home by car. The one huge issue is that she really, really hates cars.
Whenever we go...
So it's not the names you find boring but the popularity? That seems really silly to me, sorry. To not like a name because of it's popularity just seems absurd to me, if you like a name then does it...
Maybe they are only boring to you because they are popular? If Ava was out of the 1000 and maybe Agatha was the one in the top 5 would you then find Agatha boring and Ava better?
Lovely names, congrats!
Yesterday, 05:54 PM
Well my daughter is waaaaaaaay too young to be in school but as a teacher I thought I would chip in and say that the names that double up the most for girls in my classes (ages range from 11 to 16)...
Yesterday, 05:41 PM
Bonnie is adorable and it means beautiful and cheerful! What could be a better meaning?!
Bonnie Elizabeth is that nice mixture of nicknamey and a more full name that I find balances out a...
There is a reason that they are top 5, because they are perceived to be beautiful names. I can personally understand why they are so popular and I personally like (and would name my daughters maybe)...
August 23rd, 2014, 04:20 PM
All lovely names, out of all of them Ilana really stands out as a beautiful name. I'm not sure how well it fits in with your other daughters' names but that isn't always of the utmost importance for...
Well my daughter is called Nettie and just Nettie so I would definitely say that it can stand on it's own.
But of you are really against that idea then you can use:
Henrietta - I think that it...
Well I was technically born in Liverpool and lived there until I was 2, so before I could develop the amazing accent :( , we then moved to the borough of Wigan in Greater Manchester, I'm not going to...
I've watched the movie and I couldn't remember the names, it wasn't a massive movie so I doubt that many people would make the link. It's not like when you are out and about you will call her Lily...
Phoebe Susannah gets my vote, I think there is a nice flow to it.
August 17th, 2014, 06:01 AM
I never wanted to be a singer or actress, for a very long time I wanted to be a journalist. I was so, so close to applying to Journalism degrees for university but I decided to go with Languages, I...
August 16th, 2014, 04:08 PM
Minnie - cute, spunky and not heard too often. I decided when I was child that. Minnie was the perfect name to go along with the family tradition (my family has a tradition of naming girls Mary or...
August 16th, 2014, 06:57 AM
The two biggest names that have changed my life would have to be Simon (my husband) and Nettie (my daughter). If it wasn't for Simon I wouldn't have Nettie and she has already drastically changed my...
My confirmation name is Bernadette, I don't really use it to be honest. I do know some people who do, one of my great-auntie's is called Josephine but I've always known her as Veronica.
It's just like a general cry of surprise, or just how somebody might say: "Oh Gosh, look at the rain." It's really hard to explain, I normally say it in more of a jokey way than as an actually saying.
August 13th, 2014, 04:25 AM
I have the joy of coming from a HUGE family so I have lots of choice, I think I would go with:
Lily Elizabeth Sylvia (Lily = one of my paternal aunts, also my paternal granny's middle name is...
No, I'm weird too and love certain words and can't help but giggle if I ever hear them, they aren't quite as fancy as yours but I still like them:
Nib - like the nib of a pen, a student of mine once...
I did once play the piano but badly so I have it up my hubby is the really musical one. The ones he loves are:
At The Ivy Gate by...somebody...Brian somebody.
La Vie En Rose...
Both are useable.
Poppy more so where I live as it's a top 100 name but I think it is the sweetest name! Astrid isn't as mainstream but nonetheless a stunning name, and if Royals think it's good...
August 11th, 2014, 04:31 PM
Here we go!
Sophia -- love, love, LOVE this name! Full of history and charm, exotic but not overly so and a real vintage name that lost favour for awhile but is obviously kicking up a fuss again,...
Sorry for not posting in ages, it's been hectic to say the least! It's all going to go topsy turby for a few weeks thanks to Nettie and the fact that we are moving across the country at the start of...
I always automatically go to say it the French way (BLON-shh...I'm quite bad at describing sounds, sorry) which literally means white.
But as a name, I quite like it but I do make the Streetcar...
August 9th, 2014, 11:57 AM
The last five I met (keeping in mind that I was in a maternityw are for over two weeks so I met lots of new babies) were called:
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