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March 3rd, 2014, 08:48 PM
A sister for Alexandra, Maggie, and Sarah...
I would avoid Miley if at all possible, Miley Cyrus is not a very flattering namesake at the moment. :/ I love Phoebe, Hermione, and Agnes!
February 24th, 2014, 06:45 PM
Are you in the UK? Oscar isn't at all popular here in the US, at least not where I am!
Yeah, I can't see it being pronounced the French way in the US. I mean, you could tell people, but she'd be correcting people all her life...and it would weird if you aren't French-speaking (I don't...
February 23rd, 2014, 09:45 PM
Cecilia or Cecile would be pretty, and they have a sweet, classic sound like Caroline
Congratulations! Enid Katherine is a beautiful name. I love Enid, it has such a great meaning and history and it's so underused, I'm so happy to hear of a new baby Enid in the world. :) I think Eenie...
I like Felix a lot. :)
I used to always picture a kid named Felix as having black hair...maybe because of Felix the cat? Now I can picture it on all kinds of different kids, which is ideal, I...
I like Wren a lot.
January 26th, 2014, 09:25 PM
How about Desmond? Has a similar feel to Declan, is not trendy, has cool nn of Dez/Dezi which is like Dex/Decs but doesn't sound so close to Dax.
January 26th, 2014, 08:19 PM
I think Caleb Alexander wins by a landslide! It fits in much better than Brody with the classic, timeless names of your first two sons. Plus Brody Alexander seems a bit too similar to Benjamin Allen...
Aw, I would be so excited to meet a girl named Hedwig! I think it's darling and adorably clunky.
I think Hedwig Beatrice would be so cute.
Maeve goes so nicely with your other children's names. Since it's one syllable, I'd choose something longish for a middle name to balance it out a bit.
I prefer Briar by a landslide! It has that strong, unisex feel you seem to be going for, but also has a bit of a natural sweetness to it. I like Harper okay, but it makes me think "harpy" and that's...
January 6th, 2014, 09:53 PM
I don't think Dahlia is "too normal" in comparison to your other names, but it IS pretty similar to Delilah, which seems to be getting pretty common. My cousin has a dog named Dahlia and while...
November 25th, 2013, 12:38 AM
You seem like to like surname-y names and he seems to gravitate towards "dad names" (names from a generation or two ago, but not really old fashioned or classic names), some ideas that might...
October 20th, 2013, 07:52 PM
I like pretty much all of Felicity's nicknames. I think the nice thing about having multiple nickname options is that you can wait and see what suits her more as she grows into her personality and...
I've always loved Nessie as a nn for Agnes, so I think Nessa would work beautifully for Agnes, too! Also, you might like Nesta, which I think is the Welsh version of Agnes...sounds very close to...
September 30th, 2013, 04:19 PM
I love Arlo with Juniper!
Other ideas that come to mind:
September 29th, 2013, 05:24 AM
I love Alexandra and Gabriella! So classic but never boring, beautiful nn options, both with nice long histories. Aliviana sounds pretty but made up...better suited for a character in a fantasy novel...
I like it! I'd pair it with something longer and maybe more traditional, and definitely avoid other word names (Violet Plum sounds silly.)
September 20th, 2013, 02:51 AM
I love Tessa :)
I like Jacqueline a lot! Kind of neutral on Jackie, though...Jinnie, Quinnie, Linnie, Lina, Jax, Jill, Quilla, etc. would be cute nicknames.
I love Virginia :) my top combos are Virginia Beatrice and Virginia Gwendolyn.
Virginia Catherine/Kate (meanings a little redundant,but sounds lovely)
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