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January 9th, 2014, 09:47 AM
My husband and I love the name Elliott! I like that it is well-established and classic, but not too popular. Some of our other favorite names that you may like include:
December 12th, 2013, 06:55 PM
My husband and I are planning to name our daughter Caroline as well! We have tossed around several middle names for her as well, including:
We have two dogs:
Pippin Lucille - Named partially for the musical and partially for the Lord of the Rings. Lucille is just because we liked it and it sounds cute with Pippin. She gets called...
Harrison is one of my all-time favorite names! Other names I like that sound nice with Harrison:
Finn (or Finley, Finnegan, etc.)
September 17th, 2013, 10:14 PM
I know an Elizabeth who goes by Tizzie. I love Elise, Ellie, Betsy, Lily, Elle, and Bet (not Beth) as nicknames for Elisabeth as well :)
August 27th, 2013, 10:42 AM
I love Natalie, and I actually think it sounds quite cute with Brenna! The others sound very "stuck" in the 80s-90s and don't sound fresh to my ears.
Other names you might be interested in might...
August 22nd, 2013, 03:52 PM
My top three from your list:
Adelaide - I love this! I really like how it sounds as a full name, but Addie is an adorable nickname as well.
Annika - I have liked the name Annika for a long time....
August 18th, 2013, 10:22 AM
1. Titania - ty-TAY-nee-ah
2. Evelune - EHV-uh-loon
3. Eleni - uh-LAY-nee
4. Rania - RAWN-ya
5. Neilia - NEE-lee-ah
For me, there are obvious ones that many people dislike, or I find dated. But of names that are commonly used and well-loved by many, here are mine:
Penelope - I can't even deal with this name. ...
I ADORE Natalie. It's one of my favorite names - I just wish my husband liked it as much as I do :( To be honest, I really don't like Tallie at all, but Nat is cute. I think the name on its own is...
I think we have a similar taste in names...many of my favorites are on here: Abigail, Adeline, Ava, Caroline (my favorite name!), Carys, Cecily, Claire, Elisabeth, Emmeline (I prefer this spelling),...
March 4th, 2013, 01:04 PM
Some of my favorite girl names end in consonant sounds!
January 28th, 2013, 09:37 PM
I'm pretty sure I've replied to this thread before and I'm pretty sure I answered the same way: Caroline Alexandria or Desmond David. :)
I went to high school with a girl named Leora. She was very sweet and intelligent, and beautiful. Her close friends called her Leo sometimes. I think the name is very pretty! She pronounced it...
January 22nd, 2013, 10:01 AM
Nope, my dog has a middle name too (and a double-barreled surname). She is Pippin Lucille Mylastname Husband'slastname. She gets called Pippin, Pippin Lucille, Pippi, Pippi-Lu, Pippin Lulu, Lulu,...
Whoops, just now saw that Phoebe is out. What about:
Juno, Daphne, and Olive?
Juno, Daphne, and Nora(h)?
Juno, Daphne, and Auden/Audrey?
Juno, Daphne, and Elise?
Juno, Daphne, and...
Whenever I see Daphne, I immediately think of Phoebe. They have similar sounds but they aren't matchy-matchy at all. I love them together!
December 31st, 2012, 01:27 PM
Caroline - I like that it is a no-frills name. Smart, spunky, and familiar.
Genevieve - Pretty but substantial. Love the nicknames Vivi and Evie. Has a connection to my childhood.
Cecelia - I...
December 28th, 2012, 11:19 AM
I adore the name David. It's strong, handsome, classic...but not at all boring for the younger generations. It's my father's name, and my father-in-law's name, and my husband and I are going to use...
December 26th, 2012, 11:35 AM
My dad works for a large countertop company in the Midwest called Cambria. It is pronounced CAME-bree-ah. I would say Cambrie as CAM-bree, though.
Yes! I think about this often. Names my husband and I like for another dog (we currently have a female beagle/blue heeler mix named Pippin Lucille) are:
Rooney (nn Roo)
This exact situation occurred to me. My husband's name is Kev1n, which I don't particularly like at all, but I love him and thus, the name has softened to me. It kind of helps that he hates his own...
October 9th, 2012, 02:39 PM
I agree about names like Peyton, Kinley, Tinsley, Jaylynn, Rylee (although Riley for a boy is not so bad), Aubree, Shayla/Kayla, Hadley, Brinley, Mylie, etc. They don't have any substance to them...
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