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I could see it on either.
April 13th, 2014, 04:29 PM
I would use Leo. I know too many little boys named Eli.
Alice Cordelia is beautiful and Alice, Clara, and Henry is a lovely sibset. It has a sort of sweet, old-fashioned, storybook vibe.
Middle name ideas:
I think mispronunciation would be a bigger issue than being confused with Owen. I like Ewan a lot, though--I greatly prefer it over Owen. You could also spell it Euan.
Just out of curiosity, what would you name a brother to an Ianthe?
April 3rd, 2014, 06:12 PM
What do you think of Amabel? Is it too likely to be mistaken for Annabel? How do you pronounce it--AH-mah-bel, AM-ah-bel, some other way? What nicknames do you like for it?
I like both names, but I prefer Nora.
I like it! I don't think it's too long. Minerva's a great choice--very uncommon but still familiar and pronounceable, with the adorable nickname Minnie. I like Mina and Poppy too.
Which of these unusual flower names do you prefer and why? Also, what nicknames do you like for each?
My favourite is Isla Brave. I love the combination of beautiful, feminine Isla with such a strong, bold middle name.
Great names! Lydia is my favourite with big siblings Mason and Evelyn.
I don't see why cousins couldn't share the same family middle name, but you should probably check with your brother and see if he minds. I like both Chandler and Cornelius. I wouldn't worry about...
I like Soren, Milo, Leo, Julian, Finn, and Roman.
I prefer Marian.
I really love Bayard of these. The rest are just all right to me. Bernard is cute in an old man-ish way. Might get called Bernie, so hopefully you like that nickname. Most people would probably...
March 11th, 2014, 07:07 PM
I love Iver Peregrine! It sounds great with your older son's name.
Penelope, Harriet, and Felicity are lovely together. I had a dream the other night that I adopted two little boys named Teddy and Victor. I love the name Teddy. Victor is okay, but not a name I would...
I think they work well together. They look a little similar, but they sound completely different.
March 11th, 2014, 02:34 AM
I think Kit could work as a nickname for Atticus.
I love Magnolia nn Nola, but I also think Nola works as a full name. If you prefer Nola and plan on calling her that most of the time anyway, I'd say go with just Nola. But if you love both names, go...
I think late spring is probably best. I have a winter birthday and I always hated that it was too cold to go outside and that I got all my presents once a year instead of spread out. I did like that...
Reed/Reid was the first name to come to mind. Other ideas:
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