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February 16th, 2014, 02:05 AM
I think Claire and Grace are pretty common middle names, and since Anna is also relatively popular, I think she could stand up to a more obscure middle name!
1. Matilda (Millie is also a cute nickname!)
3. Charlotte (I like Lola as a nn too!)
4. Josephine (I'm a sucker for Posy)
5. Elinor (though I like the Eleanor spelling a bit...
January 23rd, 2014, 01:05 AM
I love Miles! I know a handsome young fellow by the name of Miles who is about 9, I believe. He is very precocious, creative, funny, and responsible, so I only have good associations with the name.
My middle name is Mary after my mother's sister, and I have loved the bond it creates with me and my family. I love Luna and Faye, but I think that family connection is important!
I like Emilia...
January 19th, 2014, 01:48 AM
I don't think it sounds too feminine! I'm pretty sure the founder of Stanford University was named Leland Stanford, so the name sounds academic and strong to me!
Dashiell: jet black
Say: Hi Dominic!
Think: Dominic seems weirdly dated, but I adore Evander, I would prefer it up front!
This is my little one Oberon; he goes by Bear occasionally!
December 15th, 2013, 12:42 AM
Cordelia Juliet Eve & August William Beaven (more confident on the girl choice)
I was tempted to go with Eleanor (I was truly torn though), but with Agatha and Henry, I think Esther is a no-brainer! Beautiful name (I love the nickname Esty), and she will fit right in!
When I saw the post heading, I was smitten! Wally is definitely the sort of old-man name that is getting used on little ones these days. I think Wallace is rather stately, and would go so well with a...
September 27th, 2013, 05:54 PM
As I understand it, Luca is a fully masculine name in Italy, so I think Lucca should stay in the middle! I think it's a great name and I'm not a stickler on Luca's usage on girls, but I think that it...
September 8th, 2013, 06:25 PM
I pronounce it SOY-er just like I pronounce lawyer LOY-er. I had a teacher who pronounce lawyer as LAW-yer though, so I don't know!
Ranking the names I like:
1. Geneva Scarlet - I think I like Scarlett with two t's, but either way this name is gorgeous!
2. Coralie Winter
3. Luciana Margaux
4. Emmanuelle Cerise
August 16th, 2013, 02:51 AM
I like all three of the girl combos, but I love Cecily Jane above the others, it's gorgeous! Daphne is my second favorite of the first names!
Torrin Conrad and Torrin James are equally handsome!
Yes, I certainly thought about the King of the Fairies thing, but it's sort of the same as Juliet (but more so since Oberon is a more obscure character). With Juliet, I don't know many children who...
August 4th, 2013, 07:44 PM
William Ross (Bill) and Herbert Raymond (Herb), but apparently one of my great grandpas was named August which I love
I'm not expecting, just collecting for my list!
I'm starting to really love the name Oberon. I'd love to use the nickname Bear because of the meaning and the sound. I like the Shakespeare...
Matilda is also a cute way to get to Millie!
I prefer Ezra to Reid though both are handsome. And I really like Aria, but I'm not too much a fan of Xena (though it's also a nice choice!).
- Ezra Thomas
- Reid Michael
- Xena Rachelle
Coraline: Royal Purple
Wow, I love so many of the names on your list!
Clara - this just isn't my favorite. I'm also not quite sure whether it is supposed to be CLAIR-uh or CLAHR-uh. It doesn't seem as "romantic"...
Noelle: Pure White
I actually really like Vesper; it conjures up this image of dusk where the stars are faint and the sun is low, the tipping point before night. I really love it!
July 14th, 2013, 07:54 AM
I'm on the Arlo train!
I love True, Jane, and Ruby, what a hard decision! If Ruby has special meaning, I'm tempted to pick that, but True and Jane flow better. All are beautiful names!
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