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August 23rd, 2014, 06:17 AM
[QUOTE=boyandgirl;2487291]I love Ivy and James! I love suggestion of Adam! How about:
I agree - i love Adam and it would be a great fit!
I also like William for you, nn Will or Liam
Have you thought about Hugo? Sort of combines the sounds of Henry & Theo.
For Theodore I love nn's Ted/Teddy, and Theo is nice too - more nn options than Henry although I do love them both though.
Zayn works well with Rayan. I also really love the name Taj!
Callum Charles is a handsome choice. I have always liked the name Callum, it was on our list too with nn's Cal or Caz.
Def vintage. I instantantly think...
August nn Gus
Barnie or Barry or Baz (Barnaby)
Don (Donald) or Donnie
Walter nn Walt*
I agree Conley Asher works well with brothers, and I like the honour to your husbands name too. I also really like the earlier suggestion of Wade Asher (:
I agree, if Ethan is your absolute fav boys name you should def use it. Ethan is not trendy, its a solid, masculine, well loved name, ages well, would work in any occupation, a great choice. Juliet &...
July 9th, 2014, 03:07 AM
As standalone names my faves from your un-vetoed list are Joel, Rhys & Finn and I think all can work with Daniel. Joel Daniel both share same endings which isn't ideal for flow but I really love both...
...William was the fn of our first ancestor who settled from Europe (:
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Thank you (:
Lol, I totally know what you mean about getting stuck on the first name of the list. Thanks for going through them thoroughly (:
Thanks for the suggestion. Our last name is 3 syllables so Nathaniel is too long.
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July 6th, 2014, 04:48 AM
Judah Nicholas gmv. I feel it has the best flow and balance of styles with biblical & classic.
Yes I'd have to agree that Simon Cowell isn't really a con. Whilst he might not be to my taste his name has served him well, and to great heights.
Simon is a solid, classic, familiar, masculine...
What did you end up choosing?
July 5th, 2014, 07:59 PM
I really like both Avery Chase & Avery Keane.
Lol, that had never even crossed my mind although its been more years then I care to admit since I read that book :). That wouldn't really factor for us, although I'm going to go and read it again...
Both are so great you really can't go wrong either way! Thomas will almost definitely get shortened to Tom or Tommy at some point, do you like those nn's? (I do). Where as Henry is less likely to...
Thank you. I love the names Elijah & Evander...but theres something holding me back with both which i think is one of 2 things, 1. They are 3 syllables which, when using and 2nd mn, makes quite a...
I have to say I think there is a really high chance a lot of people will call him Toby, its more familiar and friendly and I think the name Tobin has a natural default to Toby. Similar name like...
July 4th, 2014, 02:25 PM
I agree with previous comments. Walden is a good fit with siblings. Bliss would perhaps work better as a second middle or for a future daughter.
Walden Eric Bliss
Walden Joseph Bliss...
I think its one of those names that roll off the tongue and therefore will easily be used in full his whole life if that's what you choose, and what he chooses as he grows up. Like Colin, Evan,...
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