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Ladies, what is your stance on the name Walden? I was reading the book and the more I thought on it, I felt like it was pleasant name for a little boy, especially with the nn Wally, which is also the...
May 22nd, 2014, 06:59 PM
You are a hard one to pinpoint! James and Silas had me thinking you like traditional names, but Freya, Hugo, etc. make me think you like different names but with a bit of class and tradition added...
Judging by the poster whose friend is naming her child Indica, I'm guessing some are!
Amen, sister. That's a smart move right there. I would never have had the foresight to do that, I'd be too excited to tell her. FWIW, I adore Caroleena. That's one of our top choices. (well, Carolina...
May 21st, 2014, 02:55 PM
I'm probably going to repeat bc there are so many suggestions, so sorry for that!
I love Blythe and Freya as well as Isaac, Barnabas and Gideon.
Anais does have the prn issues. It's not my...
Since you are young, I feel like by the time you have babies it will be cool. Yes the reference is there and will always be, but it's a great reference. I think a lot of times when people respond,...
It has a very nice sound to it. My first thought with Balsam was balsamic vinaigrette. I do like Martin, but wonder if you like the nn Marty because I think that's where people will go with that.
Your dad is totally overreacting. He just has to realize that picking names isn't always about honoring people and that taste and personal preference goes into it, too. You never know whether your...
I'm an internal name snob, but I've had to deal with my mom's name snobbery, even my brother's, so I try to be more generous with my comments and outward reactions. I certainly hate the uniquely...
May 18th, 2014, 01:23 PM
Lovely names for your first two!
October 24th, 2013, 05:21 PM
I agree w/ Mischa. What's wrong with being hipster?! I think the name Matilda is darling. I also love Aurelia. For what it's worth, I had a French teacher name Aurelie and I always thought it was a...
October 14th, 2013, 02:08 PM
Please keep in mind that the site that you have picked for asking advice typically draws in people who like more traditional names that are classically spelled. Like others, many of your names are...
Yeah I'm really digging this name. I agree with you on Doug, though it's funny - I like the sound of it "dug". It feels like it fits in with the short nicknames that are popular right now like Huck,...
The Nameberry description calls it midcentury or old man and not in a cool way, but this name is growing on me because it's Scottish, classic and sounds strong to me.
What are your thoughts on...
Sorry for repeats.
What about Grover? It's different, but a known name. It has an outdoorsy meaning and meets his criteria.
I love both Abram (I prefer Abraham because it's a big more traditional, but that's me) and Lincoln. Call me a lover of presidents, but they just sound so stately!
I agree that Nile Cruise is...
I like Wynn much better than Wyn. I feel like it gives it the weight to be a complete name.
You could also use Wynn/Win as a nickname for Edwin, Winston, Wynton or for girls Winifred, Winter, or...
Well, I'm gonna try, but I'm not sure I'll hit the mark, because your description of wants doesn't totally match with Kai, in my opinion. I think of Kai as kind of a laid back surfer's name, so a...
Ooh that's tough. I think a Daniel would feel different from his brothers and sister if he was given such a common name compared to the rest of them. I'd use Daniel or Charles as a middle and come up...
I have a strict policy now that I don't tell my mom a single name I like. I told her Oliver was at the top of my list for boys and she said it was terrible. I mean, maybe not your style, but...
Nora/Eleanor (I love this!)
January 15th, 2013, 10:35 AM
I love all the individual names with the exception of Melody. It's a pretty meaning, but it still feels a little 80s cheesy for me. I also think there will be confusion with names like...
January 2nd, 2013, 03:02 PM
Double names has never been my thing, however I can't resist how this name sounds. If I were ever to use it, though, I would make it the first and middle and just CALL the kid Anna Sophia. I don't...
December 28th, 2012, 01:03 PM
I think David is a wonderful name and much prefer it to Dawson, which doesn't really harken David and doesn't honor him as much.
I feel like names like David, Sarah, Mary, etc. just aren't being...
Also, what about Walden nn Wally? That gives you a bit of literary flair and the W if that's what you're after.
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