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November 7th, 2013, 06:55 AM
Thank you for all the lovely comments! We are delighted with her and her name. For interests sake her sisters are Sally Eirlys Noelle and Romy Meredith Rhoslyn ;-)
October 25th, 2013, 05:34 PM
Thank you everyone at the site and on the girls' forum for your inspiration. Our last baby girl was born two weeks ago and named Clementine (teen) Clara Honesty.
I have really enjoyed reading...
I love Clementine, but there's a reason you didn't use it last time and that you are not sure again, and I think that's probably a sign that subconsciously you don't feel it's 'right'. I...
I have a Sally who is four :-)
Everyone comments positively on it. It is a fabulous name in a lot of ways: it's short, easily spelled, easy to hear on the phone, everyone's heard of it, has good...
UK here and would say
August 27th, 2013, 04:48 PM
It sounds like you feel her name has been partially tainted by the person who left you and her. If you compromised with someone who then removed themselves completely from the equation I can see why...
August 25th, 2013, 01:03 PM
August 24th, 2013, 04:58 PM
I was also going to suggest Leonie; if you pronounce it as LAY-oh-nee it gets very close to what you were looking for.
But I agree no reason not to just use Leilani; don't much around with the...
If you like both I think Cleo.
Think about when she goes to preschool and how much quicker she will be able to recognise and spell her name...
I pronounce it An-nye-ees (long s). Although the pronunciation is more obvious when you've got the accent there: Anaïs. It really, really winds me up when people pronounce it A-nay!
I say ROM-ih-lee (in UK).
I don't disagree with you and like it very much. :-)
August 7th, 2013, 01:01 PM
Not quite sure I am doing what you want ;-) but...
1. Prefer Elena (so virtually the same pn)
2. Prefer Audrey or Arianne
4. About evens here!
Not sold on Zariah. ...
August 7th, 2013, 12:51 PM
Although Meadow is not normally my sort of thing, I actually really like Georgia Meadow, there's something rather lovely about it.
Meadow Sweet is an issue though I think, not because of the word...
I think you could probably get away with anything with 'al' in it to be honest, like Callista or Calliope, even if it doesn't start with A.
But if I met an Allie, I would automatically assume she...
August 5th, 2013, 01:27 PM
Congratulations! Lovely names and lovely pairing. Enjoy your girls :-)
I love Honesty. Especially as it's a flower too. And Honey would make a good nickname.
I have two girls with short names and we have a 9 letter surname. There are so many reasons why the short names are great, but I can't quite shake the desire to give #3 a longer, more flexible...
I love Maude, and Maudie as a nickname. My husband won't entertain the idea but it's what my two year old second daughter wants to call her new sister :-)
Laura :-) I agree, these days it's the fresher of the two.
I pronounce it Eye-AN-thee and love it :-)
August 4th, 2013, 12:55 PM
Sorry for any repetitions! Some of these I've tried to pick up the literary theme in:
Antonia or Ántonia
Does it have to be two syllables or just flow nicely?
Carys Elizabeth Ann
Carys Felicity Ann
Carys Imogen Ann
Carys Elise Ann
Carys Celine Ann
Carys Colette Ann
Carys Amelia Ann
A bit out there, but kind of cute...
July 31st, 2013, 04:45 PM
I rather like Amity. I suspect it's one of those where if you saw it written down you might think of Amityville or even Amity Island in Jaws, but if you met an actual child called Amity you would...
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