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Thanks so much! I like Arthur Henry, but I also like Liam Arthur, I think Liam and Owen are a tad closer stylistically.
@scarletsage I'm glad you like Owen and Arthur, you seem to be the only one in that camp :( thanks for your thoughts!
@lovemysweeties agreed, you don't meet that many, or at least I haven't, and apparently neither have you!
@boyandgirl thank you!
@mischa thank you for your opinions! I like Henry and Owen together a lot, strong names in my opinion.
@lovemysweeties I hadn't even thought of Trevor! Owen and Trevor sound really nice actually, thank you for your comments!
@emsky I think you actually addressed most of the same concerns I have....
I think Jonathan is a great name, and you can spell it that way but he can go by John, there might be a few questions about spelling but I don't think they'd be overwhelming. I do like Jonathan...
April 9th, 2014, 10:48 PM
@emsky Delaney Noel is a girl yep. Noel is my middle name, pronounced like Noelle so it's always been a girls name to me, but without the extra -le or the ë it ends up looking like the boys name, I...
What will go best with Owen Matthew? This is purely hypothetical, but I'm just wondering. Feel free to leave more first name ideas and ideas for middle names. And if you want to provide opinions for...
Magdalen- I prefer Magdalena, but I think both names are just too far away from the style of Annslee
Elliotte- not a fan of this name at all
Gretchen- a very different style from Annslee, but it...
I think your rules are all fine and reasonable, in fact I think they've helped you narrow down and get a firm sense of what you want. Best of luck!
@lovemysweeties the general consensus seems to be Allison and Sloane, but someone brought up earlier the Rowan and Owen are just too close to really be used :(
Thank you for you suggestions!
The pandora radio stations is actually really big here in America. You can find a channel dedicated strictly to the top 100 songs of that week, or just Michael Jackson songs or all '80s songs. It's...
I love both names! Lydia feels like it could transfer from childhood to the adult world well, and it feels stately yet playful to me. Mia is spunky and youthful, not very serious. But I love them...
April 8th, 2014, 10:03 PM
Rosalyn, Elias and . . .
Hope this helps!
@emmabobemma thanks for your comments! I've just recently started crushing on Eleanor, I know it'll be insanely popular soon, but I can't help it, the more I hear it the more I love it. And it goes...
I love Lena (lee-nah). I don't think that the connection that you brought up would be made that often if at all. I think it's lovely!
@carolinemchd I really like Piper and Paige, I hadn't even thought of them. Thank you for your review!
@dolliegirl thanks for your comments! Elise and Simone pulled my eyes, thanks for that!
What do you all think of these names(see below) with Owen and Delaney? "Yes" and "no" work just fine, but if you feel like going in depth is be happy to hear your thoughts. I guess I might as well...
April 8th, 2014, 12:07 AM
I'm feeling an Ava.
I love the first four, not a huge fan of Sansa.
What about Jemma Asteid, I think it sounds good and it combined two of your favorites.
I think Jemma Lorelei would also work.
I actually have...
First off, love the sibset you have so far, it really is nicely matched.
I personally am not a fan of Imogen, and I don't really think it goes well with Edith.
As for your other choices I think...
I really think that this is too close to the female version, Christabel. And I agree with some others that i cant really see it on a non-Hispanic/ spanish speaking child.
Hector Leonard Louis
1- Peter & Alice
2- Edward & Alice
3- George & Alice
4- Clark & Alice
5- Arthur: its really only this low because i don't like siblings with the same first initial, but Alice and Arthur are so...
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