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January 27th, 2014, 05:41 PM
I just worry it would seem too "copy" and wouldn't seem original to this hypothetical girl I don't even have lol. We do see those relatives on a semi-regular basis. But it would be a middle name...
January 27th, 2014, 05:22 PM
No one has any ideas for middle names for Aisling?
Arabella Levi works for me. I agree with the PP that putting middle names helps. So I'm doing combos with some of these (where mn came to me easy).
Arabella Grace Levi
Cecelia Briony Levi...
Clara Anne Michelle
Genevieve Erika Noreen
Astrid Lison Louise
Lucille Jocelyn Anne
Esmerelda Jane Katherine
January 26th, 2014, 06:08 PM
Leighton (assuming you're saying Lay-ton)
January 26th, 2014, 05:37 PM
Merle Jean (gm, born 1927)
Deborah Gail (gm, 1947-ish)
Beatrice Jeanette (ggm, 1928)
Edith Marie (ggm, 1918)
Flora Ann (ggm 1906)
Ora ??? (Ggm 1903)
January 26th, 2014, 05:27 PM
Given that our first son will be Shannon James, and my DD is Saoirse, I guess I'd have to say yes, I use them. If the first name is a bit out there, I try to tame the middle name though. Like Saoirse...
January 26th, 2014, 05:16 PM
When insomnia hits, I sometimes ponder what we would name a little girl if I got pregnant with a girl when we're trying again (next year possibly). I think a forerunner name would be Aisling...
And my Saoirse is said seer-sha, which is the one I heard the most.also, there's another Gaelic name with a similar beginning, Laoise, which is pronounced Lee-sha, which leads me to think the 'aoi'...
Given that my daughter's name is Saoirse, I say it's definitely usable. I get compliments all the time about her name. Also, most of our interactions are verbal, not someone reading it. And with...
Seraphina Cherisse. Seraphina Saoirse. Seraphina Sora. Seraphina Sasha. Seraphina Sarai. Seraphina Charlotte. Seraphina Summer. Seraphina Sydney. Seraphina Sonnet.
Anastasia Alise. Anastasia Avery....
Thank you so much. We think she's precious and she's such a good baby.
Dantea, we live in the Little Rock area.
September 30th, 2013, 09:01 PM
Our first baby girl (and baby) was born on August 30, 2013 at 8:10 am. We named her Saoirse Flynn. She weighed 8 lbs 1.5 oz and was 20 inches long.
May 20th, 2013, 07:59 PM
Here's how I would say them.
Aaliyah - Ah-Leah.
Acacia - Ah-Kay-Sh-Uh.
Adelaide - Ah-duh-laid
Arabella - Ah-R-Uh-Bell-a or air-a-bell-a
Ariana - Ah-Ree-Anna or ah-ree-ah-na
Evelyn - Ev-Lynn....
Looking at the roster from Reese's spring olympics at gymnastics: 5 Addisons (spelled in a variety of ways) and an Addie, 7 Ann/Annas ranging from Anna Beth to Anna to Annabel to AnnMarie, 3 Avas, 4...
April 5th, 2013, 08:03 PM
Sorry, it was late when I wrote that. I was simply saying that it was cool that you don't Flynn on a girl. You're entitled to your opinion. Sorry if that came across wrong. I was also saying that you...
April 5th, 2013, 01:36 AM
Thank you so much! Flynn is one of those names I don't particularly care for on a boy, personally. We tossed around a few options, but Flynn was the one my husband latched onto, and I love it as...
My husband actually took my last name. We did a legal name change and everything. He wasn't too attached to his family or family name (a very common one), and I liked my last name and it was less...
April 1st, 2013, 10:41 PM
I'll be 19 weeks on Wednesday (although we believe really I'm a few days behind that), and I got my ultrasound today. We're having a little girl! We're going to name her Saoirse Flynn. Our last name...
I like Lucian and Lucius best. Nn Luke for either, if you have to use a nn.
January 13th, 2013, 01:37 PM
Just thought I'd mention this as far as somewhat "normal" names being spelled oddly...it could be an accident. In the times before tombstones were carved machines (the 60s or so, maybe?) they were...
January 2nd, 2013, 02:02 AM
I have weird associations with most of these...Talbot is a store. Blackwell is the first city outside of a dry county where my mom's family is from. And Adair is a guy's name to me (my mom works with...
January 2nd, 2013, 01:58 AM
Saoirse Flynn is growing on me, but I haven't brought it up to DH. I like the idea of something simpler following Saoirse. However, I want to do Loren, as that would make the baby girl a 4th...
I think Saoirse will become more commonly known with the actress Saoirse Ronan. Regardless of the potential hassles, this will be our baby's first name if it turns out to be a girl. Still trying to...
Jenna-veev. Though I could see, zhenna-veev, making the J softer.
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