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August 7th, 2014, 05:05 PM
I chose Winifred but my favourite name to get to Winnie is Winona. It is underused, classy and Winnie is a natural nn.
August 5th, 2014, 08:04 PM
Isla is beautiful, congrats!
Marlena is a variant of Madeleine (or however you want to spell it) Isla Madeleine fits with your first daughter's names.
Ellen means sun-ray and is originally a...
Why does it have to be John?? I'm all for family names but only if you like them. Jean only looks distinctly French if the last name is also French or if it hyphenated as mentioned by others.
August 2nd, 2014, 05:15 PM
Harrison and Archer for sure! I am tad bias - my 3 year old is an Archer (Archie) and my five day old nephew is a Harrison. Harry and Archie - can't go wrong! I would call both names trendy but not...
I like Francis from your list (or) Francine, Francesca
best of luck!
Love the name Imogen! Pronouncing it Im-oh-gen is like pronouncing Phoebe Fo-bee. It's wonderfully British and as others have mentioned, makes me think of Shakespeare and John Lennon's "Imagine".
July 29th, 2014, 03:48 PM
Penny! (still think it works best with your theme and names)
Ondine! Love it, leave it!
Be prepared for several years of constant correction but when she starts school, three weeks into the school year the teachers, staff and students will know her name and...
What are the two names that you like (but aren't sure you want to fight for)??
I wouldn't use the name of your ex-sister-in-law. You are clearly uncomfortable with it and I think you should LOVE...
I love Ingrid Jean. Yup, it's a mouthful on a baby but they don't stay that size for very long, much more important that it suits a grown woman. There is a 6 year old Ingrid in my son's...
Keira Evangeline - one is hard, the other is soft - great combo
July 22nd, 2014, 07:13 PM
Maeve Josephine - first of all because it's gorgeous and secondly it's the least common which makes it sounds special
July 22nd, 2014, 07:09 PM
Love the name Josephine but I wouldn't do it because of your husband's name. I don't think it's weird, just confusing. I remember going over to a friend's house when I was a kid and the older brother...
July 22nd, 2014, 07:00 PM
ooooooooh, tough call. Sybil is growing on me but Verity gets my vote.
July 14th, 2014, 05:15 PM
Keeping your theme in mind, I think Penny is perfect! (but honestly, Ruby is a very close second).
Here's an idea as a tie breaker: write down each name five times on little pieces of paper, put...
Hermione is a beautiful, spunky name (just like the character from HP) whereas Bellatrix sounds made-up and the "trix" part sounds shady to me.
July 12th, 2014, 12:28 AM
My husband is TERRIBLE at coming up with names that he likes but has no problem telling me which names on my list he doesn't like. So I came up with a long list of names that I liked and let...
Love them both - more partial to Miles by a fraction.
I thought of the HP twins when I saw the names together, depends on how much that bothers you.
Charles (Charlie) - very friendly
Harold/Harrison (Harry)- ditto
July 8th, 2014, 11:37 AM
My 8 year old is a Gwyneth (nothing but compliments on her name, btw!). She ended up with two middle names Ann Denise to honour family members.
A combo that fits with your last name...
July 4th, 2014, 09:21 PM
Like all the name options (not very helpful, I know)
I like Sybil Blythe the most - the double B sound works really well
Margot Grace - again with the double G sound
An alternative to Grace...
I second the suggestions of
Unusual and feminine
We had an unexpected death in the family the week my daughter was born so she ended up with two middle names
Gwyneth Ann Denise
Our boys (Beckett and Archer) just have one middle name each so I...
Has a nice flow to it - I think it's a keeper!
forgot to add one more possible middle name - Pearl
Does that make one of the names stand out more??
Today Sylvia Jane is my favourite but tomorrow it might be...
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