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I like the way Perenna and Felicity look together the best, but Vienne Barbara is very pretty too. :)
Have you read the story about the ten paper doll sisters who get caught in the wind and one of the people who finds them is a girl named Breeze? I just remembered that book from my childhood when...
March 25th, 2014, 10:39 PM
While Sharon isn't really my style, I agree with thatkathryngirl. Grandparent-generation names just seem quirky and interesting to little kids. They don't know that the names are dated. Also, older...
March 24th, 2014, 09:20 PM
It probably depends on where you live, but I've only ever met two Charlottes, one a little girl and one an adult. I can see Elsa getting more popular...at least for a little while, people might...
I really like how Theadora looks with the two a's (as opposed to Theodora). It's so feminine and pretty. :) Evelyn seems like a similar vintage style so I think they fit pretty well together.
I think Emma Josephine is really pretty as a full name (I'm in love with the nickname Emma Jo!). I know many people whose full name is Emma; it's not a name that you would expect to be short for...
Clementine Clare is so cute, but if you want to honor your mother by changing the middle name, I see no reason why not. I don't think that having two birth certificates would be especially...
In the Betsy-Tacy series, the character Carney is based off a real-life Marion nn Marnie.
I ordinarily wouldn't be a fan of the s --> S thing, but I think in this situation it would be okay because it's more like s --> Sh. So they aren't exactly the same sounds, and they don't blend...
February 8th, 2014, 09:29 PM
Imogen - I can see how you would feel that way about the pronunciation. I'm not from the south so I can't confirm if that is the case or not but if it would be a big deal to you that it got...
It reminds me of the Austrian Louisa in The Sound of Music!
Like the above poster said, there is no particular reason for someone outside of royalty to use more than two middle names, so it kind of seems like overkill; however, I think that you can really do...
I don't really think it would be that much of a problem. You might get it once in a while, maybe from fans of the series, but the character was minor enough and the name isn't completely unheard of,...
January 17th, 2014, 04:47 PM
My parents' second choice for me was Juniper (nn Joon, like the Johnny Depp movie Benny & Joon!), and if I were a boy I would have been Maxfield.
You and DH have been married for 8 years now. Through your Twitter, Formspring, YouTube channel, and fan mail, you get asked the same question over and over: WHEN ARE YOU GOING TO HAVE KIDS??? You...
1. Name a girl using only 3 syllables (FN and MN).
2. Name a boy using exactly 6 syllables (FN and MN).
3. Name g/g twins using 5 syllables for each girl (FN and...
Child #1: Luna Maeve
Child #2: Helena Katherine
Child #3: Michael Philip
Aimee Juliet (Amy Adams & Julie Andrews)
Haruhi Shizuku (Haruhi Suzumiya & Whisper of the Heart)
Angel Bonnie (Angel and...
November 29th, 2013, 05:25 PM
I discovered Theophile in seventh grade, when I was doing a project for music class and read something about ballet writer Theophile Gautier. I loved it even before I learned how it was pronounced,...
November 24th, 2013, 07:38 PM
Asa has meanings related to morning in both Hebrew and Japanese. (In Japanese it's pron. "ah-sah")
November 12th, 2013, 11:18 PM
I do. I think they're very interesting. No one's comments will change my mind, but maybe they'll get me to see the issue from a different perspective. Hearing other opinions and considering my own as...
November 12th, 2013, 11:12 PM
I was writing this before the last few comments so now it's not as relevant. I'm sorry.
Of course. If I came across as disrespectful I apologize. I just interpreted her statements differently...
November 12th, 2013, 10:24 PM
Bernard! Also Edgar/Edwin, and Angus.
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