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Adelaide, Isabella, Elena, Lyla and Anna.
I'd go with Isla Sophia Rose. I think Isla and Sophia compliment each other nicely.
Myra was the first name to come to mind.
Yesterday, 02:32 PM
Exactly this! My name is Eryn instead of Erin and I can totally relate. I get Eyrn a lot... Eyrn... Like really?! I had a Christmas card addressed to me as 'Eryon' once.
Yes, yes, yes to Gia! Gia, Evan and Dylan are wonderful... I'm so glad Gia is being used, fell in love with it ever since I watched the film of that name about Gia Carangi, portrayed by Miss Jolie....
One of my favourite names is Elena, pronounced elle-AY-nuh and that's how I'd pronounce Ellena, too. If you want the ellen-uh pronunciation then maybe Eleanor or Elina.
Beatrice ~ BEE-UH-TRISS
Imogen ~ IHM-OH-GIN (like the alcoholic beverage)
Imogene ~ IHM-OH-JEEN
Briony ~ BRY-OH-NEE
Emmaline ~ EH-MA-LEEN
Jessamine ~ JESS-AH-MEEN
For Theodore Henry and Augustus Jack, I do like Florence! :)
I do think that my name taste goes well with Theodore and Augustus, so some off my list and other names to go with the two are:
1. I don't think Ivy is trendy at all, it's a little popular and it's now a heard of, yet fresh name because of Blue Ivy.
2. Ivy and Phoebe go wonderfully as a sibset. They're both on the same...
I like Sienna a lot more than Sage. Sage is not my style at all and is nothing but a culinary herb to me. However, Dani and Sage fit more nicely than Dani and Sienna.
Thanks @silvercandles, I love the suggestion of Adelaide Rose!
@lawsonhaley thank you so much! I didn't even think of pairing Adelaide with Isabella... My gosh, I think I'm in love! :)
I (desperately) need middle names for Elena (elle-ay-nuh), Freya, Grace, Amelie and Adelaide... Does anyone have any ideas? I've been bouncing around Rose, Elise, Celeste and Lily but nothing is set....
Dahlia Jane & Theodore Joseph!
July 29th, 2014, 11:28 AM
Yep, noticed it about a year ago.
DH: Sebastian Joachim Marciniak
DW: Emiliana Aleksandra Marciniak
DD1: Anna Maria Marciniak
DS1: Jakub Teodor Marciniak
DD2: Aurelia Marzena Marciniak
DS2: Roman Oskar Marciniak
I've always pronounced it as LOO-see-uh and never LOO-shuh, although I knew a girl who pronounced it LOO-chee-uh, like Luchia. As a middle name it will rarely be written on paper and if her friends...
July 29th, 2014, 06:38 AM
I think Ruby's the nicest one, but if she doesn't look like one then Ella. Penelope would look out of place.
I like double barreled names as long as it's clear they are. I do think (I don't know if I'm in the minority or majority with this one!) that hyphens are a necessity for double barreled names... Such...
Emmersyn Alaina & Addysynn Marie - These would be lovely if they were just spelt Emerson Alaina/Elaina and Addison Marie... Why oh why! I don't have anything against minor spelling changes (an 'o' or...
Amélie Laure Brigitte has my vote! Amélie and Juliette... Wonderful. :)
Jane Calliope is beautiful!
I hate (strong word, I know, sorry) Jane Peregrine, Jane Mazarine and Jane Willoughby. Jane Verity and Jane Avery have the same 'feel' and they are usable, too.
Lillian vs. Isabel
Scarlett vs. Elise
Sophie vs. Rose
Katherine vs. Juliet
Mila vs. Adelaide
Eleanor vs. Eloise
Isabelle vs. Rosalie
Elena vs. Emmeline
Elena, Mila, Adelaide, Elise and...
July 28th, 2014, 01:35 PM
I've finally made my list... However, the 10 first names haven't been paired with the 10 middle names and I'm stuck on what to pair them with. :confused:
The first names are:
Ivy! I love it.
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