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Magdalena is a current name crush of mine, so that's what I'd go with!
Best of luck to you! x
I love the name Nora, but I prefer the combo Nora Ivy to Nora Ivory.
Best of luck to you!
May 21st, 2015, 10:02 PM
My favorite name on your list is Iris. I love that it manages to be both charmingly familiar in that old fashion/vintage way, but also fresh-sounding and intriguing.
I think it also goes quite...
I adore the names Christabel and Christienne. I could also see Kristin/Kirstin being used as a feminine form of Christopher, as well as Krista.
First of all, I love your daughter's name! And I love some of your frontrunners too! Especially Juniper, Felicity, Mabel, and Margo. I think all of them would make for a darling sibset. Oh, I also...
I'm sorry, I just can't get behind the name Beulah.
It's unforgivingly southern and has an unfortunate cow association in my mind. Not only that, but I find the sound combination rather...
Recently, I've fallen in love with the nickname "Pem" for a little girl. However, I can't think of a full name for it! I've thought of Pema/Pemma, Pemley, Pemrose, etc. but I'm really...
May 7th, 2015, 01:45 AM
Wow! This is a really long list! That being said, I think you have quite a few awesome contenders here. I've chosen some of my favorites below, but I think your next step in moving forward should not...
Arden Wren & Theodore Tennyson
May 5th, 2015, 08:01 PM
Ooh I love feminine "O" names. My favorites are in pink.
May 5th, 2015, 03:14 AM
My favorites are in pink.
Wilhelmina (I know you said no feminizations, but Wilhelmina is a classic and so underused for how gorgeous it is)
Elinor (Though Eleanor is rising...
I've always thought of "Ann" as a filler middle name, so I would shy away from using Charlotte Ann. However, I'm a huge fan of Ann's international sisters: Anna, Anais, Annika, Anya, and Anneliese. ...
I adore the name Arabella and wish I saw it on more people's lists. However, I prefer it paired with unique Faye rather than common Lily.
Favorites are in pink.
Cecilia or Lucia
Eleanor or Elena
Eleanor or Nora
Estella or Isabel: I prefer the spelling Isobel to Isabel, and the name Stella to Estella. However, between these two...
The first time I saw the name "Elias" written down, I actually thought it was pronounced this way! I do love the sound of this name, however, I find I really hate the spelling. "Elyes" looks like a...
To me, Evelyn is very dated, however I don't find Evangeline to be the more appealing option either, as it's very over the top for my taste. That being said, "Evie" is an adore nickname that I do...
Wow! I am in love with this name. Neda. That being said, I do have a "thing" for short, strong female names, but I am incredibly delighted with this name in particular. More specifically, I love the...
July 12th, 2013, 08:57 PM
Don't let these other nerdberries get you down, Hadley is a gorgeous name-- popular or not.
Harper's nice too, but Hadley definitely sounds the best with Renee.
July 9th, 2013, 08:43 PM
Violet, for sure.
Vivian sounds harsh to me.
July 9th, 2013, 08:40 PM
I'm really not loving any of these names with David and Caroline. I think they're almost "too classic."
Here are some other names you might consider:
Roman Xavier. Hands down.
July 7th, 2013, 02:02 AM
Here are some quick ideas:
Sansa Lucienne (because you liked Olivine)
Sansa Simone (Love the sound of these two together)
Sansa Prim (Though Prim is more or less synonymous with...
I really like Elle, Rory, and Poppy! All adorable names.
As for middle names, I love Liv and have always had a soft spot for Kate as well. Quinn's pretty rad too.
Best of luck to you! x
Arabella is a sassier Isabella, IMO.
It's definitely regal, but it has some fire/spunk to it. I really like it-- especially, with the nickname Ari. Adorable!
As for her middle name, I would...
I love both names! If I had to choose one, though, I'd say Arwen.
Especially, if the gorgeous Winter is going to be reduced to a mere "Winnie."
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