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January 14th, 2015, 06:24 AM
This is my brother's name- spelled a more traditional Scottish way: Laughlan. In scottish, I believe the ch/ck sound is replaced with a courser, guttural sound, but here in Aussie-land, we pronounce...
September 18th, 2014, 05:02 AM
1. Top boy names?
2. Top girl names?
Sabrina Rosalie "Bri" ---- Not a fan of Sabrina...I can only think of the teenage witch. I prefer Rosalie as a first name.
Hermione Sienna "Maia" -----Hermione is brilliant! Don't understand...
September 5th, 2014, 09:05 AM
3 boys and 2 girls; all middle names are family names-
Sullivan James is a spectacular name- something to think about for you- in Monsters Inc, the main character is James Sullivan. The only reason I mention it is because Sullivan James is one of my...
September 2nd, 2014, 04:06 AM
My fiance have had Sullivan picked for our first boy for years! Love it.
One combination we considered was Sullivan Ray.
August 11th, 2014, 03:49 AM
Sullivan is my very favourite boys name- my fiance and I have had it picked for our first boy since well before we got engaged! Not sure about Rafferty- but I think the nn Raffy is cute for a little...
August 1st, 2014, 05:02 AM
My name is Maeghan- pronounced May-ghen....which is the Welsh pronunciation. NOT Megan (Mee-gan), as it is constantly pronounced in Australia where I live. Nor the US pronunciation which kind of...
Thank you everyone for your responses...and interesting mix of answers here and certainly some things to consider.
My name where I am from is unconventional....and I constantly have to correct...
My fiance and I have the hardest time with girls names, so we are now looking to our boy list for inspiration.
Is Theo usable for a girl....we don't like Thea, nor any long feminine form of Theo....
Thank you for the feedback everyone...was great to get some thoughts and ideas.
We definitely wouldn't consider a longer version of the Ada (although I do love a lot of your suggestions). If...
I know a little boy named Campbell and it absolutely works. Campbell was high on my list until I became close with this family (funny how a person 'takes ownership' of a name when you get to know...
My fiancee and I both just LOVE the name Ada. However, my fiancee's name is Adam, and we would probably use Mae for the middle name (which is the start of my own name). So, our hypothetical...
That's my name and LOTS of people call me Mae.
-----pronounced May-ghen. I live in Australia so it is pronounced differently to how the USA would say Megan. Rather than with a more...
At the moment:
Names I love but probably will never use:
I agree that names shouldn't define a person. But the fact is that when employers are looking at resumes or when people are googling for a service, names matter! They shouldn't, but they do.
Why do little girls have to be pretty??? Women and girls can be strong, intelligent, witty, smart, clever, fierce or anything else...so shouldn't names for girls reflect that? it seems like your...
September 17th, 2013, 09:26 PM
Thanks for your thoughts; I have added it to my list!
September 15th, 2013, 11:01 PM
Was reading the Pretty in Pink blog on here last week which mentioned Noa as the most popular girls name in Israel and I LOVE IT! I have never heard either Noa or Noah used for a girl before and...
August 8th, 2013, 09:48 PM
G- Hazel Hilary
B- Sullivan Webster
B- Luca Adam
B- Ian Ray
G- Bree Helen
G- Liza Mae
G- Astrid Louise
G- Cleo Siobhan
Fantasy family is 2 boys and 2 girls
May 29th, 2013, 03:54 AM
Sparrow - Not a big fan of this choice. Not sure if I could take a 'Sparrow' seriously
Coraline - Didn't like the book, which unfortunately put me off the name
Emmeline - No, too clunky ...
Evie on its own would be number one though!
May 6th, 2013, 11:21 PM
Love so many of the names listed...but wouldn't use a lot of them. I have such a hard time finding girls names that I like. My future baby boys are named already...if my fiance and I have girls...we...
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