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I like Iver... Kai isok, but Jaxx looks made up. With 2 x's, it looks like you're trying to get more Scrabble points. Others...
Walden... outdoorsy, literary, but feels less like you're saying he is wilder than someone else.
Simon would be my fav...
Rhodes Poteet... So nothing starting with an S, Z, or P. Nothing ending with an S, Z, P, or T. Also, a 2-3 syllable middle would work the best. I'd probably go for a slightly more traditional middle,...
I didn't think of Samsung... I think it's a familiar enough name not to be mistaken for an electronics brand. I love it... it's vintage, strong, and unique... but familiar. I knew a dog by this name...
November 21st, 2015, 12:26 PM
Henry, nn Hal. So Shakespearean that it makes me giggle.
Bear's great as a middle, but I personally wouldn't use it as a first. I disagree with @bretak, I would bat an eye. It is probably a regional thing, but where I'm from Bear is often used with a...
I know a boy named Jovan, which seems a bit more formal than Jove. Jove makes me want to say "By Jove!" Jotham is a bit too close to Gotham for me.
November 21st, 2015, 12:06 PM
Strong R and 2 syllables...
November 21st, 2015, 11:55 AM
It would be a deal breaker for me. Silas Smith and Elias Smith really do run together. I disagree with pp, actually. There were PLENTY of names that I absolutely love, but don't work with our...
November 21st, 2015, 10:40 AM
Sorry, missed this...
[QUOTE=bskelton;3119928] Ramsey- Very handsome. I do think of Jean-Bennet Ramsey, but I don't think this would apply to non-Americans or anyone under the age of 30 or so. I...
November 21st, 2015, 09:42 AM
I feel your pain, as cross-cultural names are hard! To me, they are even harder for boys. I would kind of reiterate to him that he *does* need to be flexible, as the name must fit into both cultures....
November 20th, 2015, 11:33 AM
More burp rags. Comfortable pajamas, as you really feel so uncomfortable... Frozen meals. Juice... I drank so, so, so much juice after giving birth. I kept sending DH on juice runs. Body lotions. An...
November 20th, 2015, 11:07 AM
Sorry, I don't think Ethan Wallen is optimal. If you're having doubts, too, go for Joshua. Avoid name regret...
Emmeline, Felicity, and Rosalie... I'd go vintage and soft. I might also go a bit longer to fit the style. Do you care about matching styles? Do you mind repeating letters? Can you give us surname...
The hard part with Finnigan is that it is a long name, and Fin is the logical nickname. Even if you don't call him that, other people will. So, either I'd start switching off of calling Delphine Fin...
I adore Hugh.
Clarence (I think this would be PERFECT with Hugh)
October 29th, 2015, 04:38 AM
To me, it's too matchy... But I'm picky. I ruled out all -r names, as our surname ends with an -r.
October 29th, 2015, 04:37 AM
I'm a huge fan of Cyrus (Happy Cyrus the Great Day)! However, I don't find it different enough for a first name with Azula and Indira. I think I'd put Osiris, Rohan, or Atlas as the first name (have...
It's hard for me to judge, as I'm not in the US... BUT a friend just named his son Calvin. Two older ladies who were here 2 years ago both had new grandsons back in the States named Calvin. This...
I like Dashiell Matthew... the others sound too conventional with Berkeley. However, I'd go for something modern, but quite clearly masculine... perhaps:
September 28th, 2015, 11:17 AM
Mac William. Maverick doesn't necessarily have a positive connotation as a word. Moreover, I'd classify it as a "cowboy wannabe" name.
September 28th, 2015, 07:24 AM
1. Levon- nn Lev, Levy, Levi, Evo,
2. Ansel- It goes well, although I don't like the matching final "L" sounds for Ansel and Moselle.
3. Cormac- Feels more trendy than Moselle, and Mac and Mo are...
I've lived in places with many Dunkin' Donuts, and places with none... I'd never make that leap, honestly. Duncan's a great name... if anything, I think of Duncan Sheik (the singer)...
September 24th, 2015, 01:21 PM
In an alternative universe where my husband had a "normal" surname, I would have sons named Malcolm, Malachy, Caspar, Duncan, Eben, Teague, Tobias, Sterling, and Eleazar. Duncan is a seriously...
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