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I really like all the sets, but my favorite overall is the second (Sophia, Isabelle, Rosalie, Eleanor). My personal tastes run more toward names with three or more syllables, which gave the second...
July 22nd, 2016, 10:58 PM
Vina would be cute.
And I kinda like the idea of Diva as a nickname for Davina, but that might be hard to pull off without a certain personality.
It's weird how people can see names so differently, because I think Martha and Alice are perfect as sisters and that Phoebe's the one that sticks out! Martha and Alice feel button-down and...
Nope, doesn't matter! I'm also a mother of a three-year-old William, but haven't really met many other babies/toddlers named William. We do know a Liam (our son's nickname) around his age, which is...
July 15th, 2016, 11:11 PM
1. Give me one perfect second MN for Emmeline Poppy _____. Jane
2. Evangeline Dagny Hope "Eva/Evie" or Eva Madelief Kate "Evie"? Evangeline Dagny Hope
3. Olivia, Livia, Liv, or Olive? Olivia,...
I chose Vesper Maria. Because Vesper is so unusual, a more common middle would be nice to ground it a little, but I really like most of your choices. The only ones I would probably avoid are Vesper...
I agree that almost all the girl names in your signature would work as a sister for Violet, but my favorite combo would be Daphne Susannah Jane if you don't mind sticking with a botanical theme. I...
Sound-wise, I think both versions sound fine. I just don't like how the matching -ine endings of Clementine and Katharine look together in the same combo. Though I'm not really fond of the Kathryn...
July 13th, 2016, 10:57 PM
Oh, I'm definitely drawn to certain phonetics in names.
-ph: Ophelia, Seraphina, Theophania, Sophia, Phoebe, Daphne, Euphemia, Philomena, Persephone. Stephania, Joseph/ine, Raphael, Ephraim,...
I was named after both my grandmothers, and while I do like both names (and was close to the grandmother who was still alive when I was born), I wish my parents had chosen a name (or at least just a...
July 7th, 2016, 10:38 PM
Izzy could also work for Isidore and maybe Isaac.
Alexander -- Aly, Lexi, Sandy, Sasha. And Aly could also be used for any name starting with "Al" (Albert, Alan, Algernon, etc.)
Valentin - Val...
Thanks! My husband wasn't too enthusiastic about Ophelia at first (because he's an English teacher and his classes read Hamlet every year), but now he loves it almost as much as I do. And I would...
Luna Seraphine is gorgeous! And having used Seraphine for my own daughter's middle name, I can tell you that we've gotten nothing but compliments on her name so far. Granted, after three kids, I...
When my parents got married, they decided that their first daughter would be named after their mothers (Margaret and Cynthia) and that their first son would be named after their fathers (Charles and...
I love Dmitri, especially with the sibset. I think it bridges the gap between your bolder girls' names and the more classic Alexander really nicely. I particularly like that the boys' names have...
Eh, it's one thing to reuse a pet's name for a child just because you really love the name and regret not saving it, but to actually name a child in honor of a beloved pet... I think that is a little...
June 28th, 2016, 11:30 PM
Of the names on your current list, I like Quinn, Willow, and Freyja the best, although I would probably go with the Freya spelling if you want a name that both families can pronounce on sight. As for...
As the mother of a Catherine Ophelia myself, of course that's my favorite! But with sister Sylvie Magnolia, I think I prefer Catherine Azalea. Botanical middles are a sweet connection. (Acacia, Ivy,...
As a huge figure skating fan, I gotta say the idea of a skating superheroine is awesome! The first name that came to mind is Vanessa, mainly because I'm familiar with two well-known French figure...
Style-wise, they're compatible. My problem with the sibset isn't that they don't match...it's that they match TOO WELL. Alice and Felicity. Both can theoretically be called Lissy, and my preference...
My pick for the best Alma combo was Alma Zenobia. When the first and middle names end with "a", my preference is for there to be as many syllables in between the As as possible, so four-syllable...
I'm on the fence... I do think it's absolutely usable as a middle name, but might be a little too out there as a first. If you really love the possibility of Merry as a nickname, Meredith would be a...
With Nina as a possible sister name and Janek as the preferred middle name, I would go with Leo. Though I also love Julian, it has a different vibe to me than Nina and Leo. Also, just looking at the...
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