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I really like Evelyn and Miriam from your list!
Here are some ideas:
August 20th, 2014, 04:17 AM
We also have a lot of family members with names we just can't use!
Here are the ones I like with a bit of a cowboy feel:
Ronan is one of our top names-I love it! And whilst I'm not keen on Oliver, I think they go nicely together!
On nameberry, when people say 'oh, but wouldn't you want an Irish name to go with...
August 20th, 2014, 03:58 AM
Yeah, I would pronounce Cheryl and Sherryl exactly the same. Adding an 'r' to Sheryl doesn't change how it sounds in my opinion, it just looks confusing.
Luckily it's your middle name-hopefully you...
August 18th, 2014, 04:23 AM
What a gorgeous little man! I adore Ronan, it's very high on our list too-but of course only you can decide.
To me, personally, Theodore sounds like a serious, laid back type and Ronan sounds...
I love Nora, but if adding the h would make my husband consider it, I would change it in an instant!
I like Beckett the most :)
Frederick and Adelaide
Desmond and Agatha
Calvin and Iris
Edwin and Rosalie
Emmett Joseph sounds very dignified, I've always liked Emmett.
I adore your daughters' names as well :)
I think I agree with you megan7410! I have taken every name off my list that belongs to a family member (first or middle!) from both sides of the family, even second or third cousins. Doesn't leave...
August 13th, 2014, 10:00 AM
I love Shepherd too! Don't think I'd be brave enough to use it as a first name though.
This is probably really corny, but the first name that came to mind was Meadow! How sweet :)
Adeline Lily has too many 'l' sounds and I've never really liked Rain as a name-it seems a bit dismal.
Some other ideas:
Lena, but not Helena-the 'hel' sound bothers me
Diana and Caroline feel dated to me and I don't like the sound if Ivy.
Iris is much prettier! I have never seen the appeal of Ivy, I can only think of poison ivy and the IV doesn't sound like a great namesake either.
August 13th, 2014, 03:10 AM
Cool list! I'll just tell you my favourites/least favourites:
Eamon - love! Our top name
You seem to have two very different styles in one list there!
Hudson and Evan are my top two from your list; handsome, masculine names that age well IMO.
Nicholas, Peter and Grant are fine...
August 12th, 2014, 05:39 AM
I like Nora Katherine, and Nora Catherine even more!
I would assume Darby Keats was a boy.
August 11th, 2014, 06:50 AM
3 girls and 2 boys sounds like a delightful combination!
Amalia Brooke Ann
Talia Brooke Ann
Aleah Brooke Ann
These names all have the 'Leah' sound at the end and look a lot easier to pronounce than the names...
I think Mae works wonderfully and love Magnolia Anais!
I don't think Liliana Isabelle is too much at all-Isabelle is definitely my preferred spelling though.
The addition of Rose is too much to me, but I'm not a fan of two middles in general. I really...
I'm not sure how old I was, but I named my Sylvanian rabbit family very Victorian era names (in my mind they were). I used to write down their names to see if they went together.
I think they were...
The repeating 'r' sound in Aria Wren bothered me a little and blended together when I said it out loud. Go with the one you prefer, not your friends- however I voted for Amelie Wren.
Eliza Audrey - Eliza has been my favourite name since I was a little girl and I love the nn Ellie. I think the vintage Audrey compliments my Eliza nicely.
Amalia Iris - this name came from my love...
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