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Ingrid Alexandra is definitely beautiful, though not really my style sorry!
Thank you! I really like your suggestions of Ingrid Adeline, Ingrid Mariel, Ingrid...
I was just wondering what the five yellow stars in between the title of each thread and the replies/view column means? Is it a rating system? How does one contribute to it if so? Sorry if this...
@milligan219: Oh wow thats a long list! Thank yu! I really like Ingrid Jemima, Ingrid Magdalen and Ingrid Lucienne :)
@blackcatsmeow: Thank you! I really like Ingrid Celandine and Ingrid Augusta! I've never heard of Celandine but I love the sound of it!
@medfordkung: Isn't Ingrid Athena delightful aha!
Ive had Ingrid on my list for a while now but I still haven't come up with a middle name I like for it.
I would like something a little bit unusual to make the name pop. But apart from that...
It would feel very Will/Jada Smith tbh. Not a bad thing though, but future kids may feel a tad left out. I don't find it too much at all, cute actually.
Which do you prefer:
Rosa Ariadne is stunning!!! Wow!! Seraphine Ariadne is lovely, too, but a bit lengthy.
Unusual middle ideas for Ingrid? Something that will make it pop?
July 6th, 2015, 11:56 PM
Frederick Laurence - Handsome and strong. Laurence feels like the last name though, but LOVE Frederick, and it does flow well 7/10
Edmund Carlisle - This is such a handsome combo! Edmund is lovely...
July 6th, 2015, 11:40 PM
@katoolah has a wonderful taste in girl names... every single one in her signature made me go WOW.
Edie Ophelia Bloom
Sylvie Lavender Jane
Rowena Elsie Marigold
Ottilie Margaretta May
@lawsonhaley: thank you so much!! I love them so much it's wonderful to see someone else likes them :3 especially you aha
@birchwood29: thank you :) I'm glad you like them aha. I've been worrying...
July 6th, 2015, 09:08 AM
Child #1: Girl
Child #2: Boy
Child #3: Girl
Lacey Willow (I have no idea)
Child #4: Boy
@amberdaydream: Thank you! I don't mind that they're similar too much because they have very distinctive first syllables, but was more worried that it would be tacky or too theme-y/match-y. I'm not...
But honestly, Rosa Angelique is adorable~!
DO you prefer the sibset Poppy and Astrid...
July 6th, 2015, 05:45 AM
+1. This exactly.
I have no idea but at a guess I'd say zef-yer
I actually had no idea it was unisex until I saw it on NB to be completely honest aha. It's very masculine to me, and I don't think the fact that some see it as feminine to turn you off it....
I think it's pretty, though confusing. I want to pronounce it riv-vee-EH-ruh not the way you're saying. Not that my way makes any sense, though.
But yes it is pretty :) I personally wouldn't use...
I would love to see more international names and naming stories. I know that NB is an American site but I do wish that it was a little bit more. That's just me, though.
Theodoric or Theoden?
I love Walter and I'm definitely going to use it. But I suck at coming up with middle names... which do you prefer? Walter Edmund or Walter Orion?
Orion is my favourite constellation, it...
July 6th, 2015, 12:37 AM
Leonora Wildflower is my favourite - beautiful! Leonie Wildflower is also beautiful
Least favourite would have to be Sienna Wildflower as it sounds like a brown flower.
Thank you all!
Mostly everyone seems to be fond of Sylvie Primrose, which is great! I love it.
I also like the suggestions of:
I have recently fallen for Sylvie Primrose. I think she's absolutely adorable. However, Poppy Matilda is my favourite girls name. Do you think Sylvie and Poppy are too match-y for siblings or...
Atlas, Edmund, Orion
Evangeline, Poppy, Soleil
Callaghan, Errol, Knox
Axelle, Clarity, Lavinia
July 5th, 2015, 10:26 AM
1. Mary or Emily?
2. Anna or Madison?
3. Emma or Olivia?
4. Elizabeth or Hannah?
5. Margaret or Abigail?
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