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I was looking through a baby book my mom had and she had written Chelsea and Patricia as possible names for me. But she denies this and says I was always going to be named after my great...
Anna means "Grace" so I think it would be wise to steer clear of Grace.
Anna Rose and...
Lucy Claire (or Clare)
Ethan Alexander is my favorite. Personally, I think James and Alexander don't mix at all. That's just me though. But if you really like all three names and can't part with any of them, Ethan...
April 30th, 2014, 11:56 PM
Ranking my picks
Lucinda is so darling. I can't not love it. My least favorite are Juniper, Marigold, and Iris. Botanical names are nms.
January 17th, 2014, 12:52 PM
Edward is my favorite closely followed by Andrew. Not a fan of Hugo or Leo or any -o ending names. Edward is a distinguished classic and I'm biased for Andrew since it's my SO's name. I agree with...
Congratulations, vblanch!! I hope one day I can experience the same excitement you're feeling. Have a wonderful day and good luck :)
January 13th, 2014, 11:43 AM
From lerenard's suggestions, I absolutely adore Sadie and Daisy. I also like Sadie and Lilah. Good luck!
December 17th, 2013, 07:34 PM
This has been a reoccuring theme in my dreams for a long while now. Each child was in a seprate dream. A son named Brian, an adopted daughter named Alexandra, a daughter named Melinda Edith after my...
Claire Elizabeth is my favorite.
Sylvie Isobel, certainly. I like repetition of sound but Sylive Vivienne/Vivianna is a bit much. I would suggest
Sebastian Orpheus Virgil
Sebastian Apollo Peregrine
Sebastian and Persephone sound darling together. Sorry I didn't come up with more. I'm not so good at two middle name combos. Good luck!
November 6th, 2013, 11:26 PM
I second Belinda. The first syllable Bel- gives the impression that it could come back into modern use thanks to the -bella names (Isabella, Arabella, et all). It's beautiful and I get the image of a...
All of these are great! My favorite is Desmond Arthur. Bennet James is a close second. Good luck.
September 16th, 2013, 06:44 PM
My favorite is Freddie John David. Both John and David are timeless classics and Freddie is a very distinguished choice to go along with them. I also like how it honors you grandfather. Good luck.
September 5th, 2013, 08:58 PM
Annabelle Mae is my favorite! I also like
September 3rd, 2013, 09:01 PM
I love all them! Nancy, Sally, Gloria, and June all sound adorable but can grow into mature ladies. Bryony is all around adorable and bubbly. I like it but I question how well it ages on a full grown...
What a wonderful description. I immediately thought of Beatrice. Dying to know your final decision! Good luck.
I suggest Hannah or Annalise/Annelise. I like isabellemarie's suggestion of Annabel/Annabella but I'm afraid it's too close to Ella. Good luck!
I prefer Vivian. Vivien is okay but it reminds me of the time when the name was once used for males.
I suggest the spelling Kendrey.
Murphy Mitchell sounds great! So, so cool. Murphy is familiar yet not too out there. I don't think it would rise in popularity like Lincoln. And I love the alliteration. It just makes it look, sound,...
August 23rd, 2013, 06:59 PM
Layla June is adorable! It won my vote. My second favorite is Eva Annalise.
Hello fellow berries. I just returned to high school a few days ago and I've kept perking my ears during roll calls. I have discovered some pretty interesting names in my drama class alone. For one,...
My middle name is Elizabeth. Feels filler but it's actually honoring my great-grandmother Betty. Sometimes I wish it was my first name rather than my middle. I might consider using it for child one...
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