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I like the name and I think Jem or Rhys are great nicknames and more masculine than Em (which will be used by all the Emmas and Emilys). I would use it for sure!
I work with a young twenty-something guy named Harley. He's a musician, so for me, it seems like an artistic alternative choice. I like it.
These are our current top five list in no particular order
Take away the one you like the least and add a name of your own choosing. I need some new...
February 12th, 2014, 06:01 PM
If popularity doesn't bother you, I like the combo of Liam and Emily or Liam and Kate the best.
If you are worried about how many other Emily's might be in her class at school, I like Zoey too,...
February 12th, 2014, 05:56 PM
Juniper is a fun quirky name, I think Tuesday has that same vibe, as you mentioned, Zion is intense and I would only choose it if it really means something to you.
It's growing on me, I am attracted to longer classic names that have awesome natural nicknames (Penny, Nellie). It is becoming quite popular on this site but in my area it has yet to take off. As an...
We are expecting the final addition to our family this summer and need some fresh ideas for little sister names!
Our last name starts with "H".
January 23rd, 2014, 01:21 AM
I love love love this name! Can't really explain why but I think it's old-man cool, hip but distinguished. And as far as nicknames go, Milo is awesome. I will be thrilled if my husband agrees...
Of your name choices I like Walter the best - an underused classic. Second choice would be Lachlan.
Jack and Owen are both wildly popular where I live so they would be a no-go for me.
I've got a 5 year old Beckett and his sister's name is Gwyneth. Gwen and Becks for short. Definitely the only ones with those names I've ever met. Good luck!
January 20th, 2014, 01:34 AM
Eva Jane, but choices are nice
Went to university with a Tabitha, she was definitely the only one on campus with that name. We called her Tabs for short. It's clunky vintage and has a lot of personality, if you love it, I would go...
I really like Kennedy Morgan. I think people put way too much stock in the importance of middle names. If you like Morgan and it's important to your husband I would use it. If YOU think it is too...
I agree with the previous posters, any name with a strong "G" sound would work. Our daughter's name is Gwyneth, most of the time we call her Gwen but sometimes she's Gigi.
My favourite full name...
January 9th, 2014, 12:42 AM
I sympathize completely with your situation. I LOVE our daughter's name and if this one is a girl, I want to love it with equal passion and so far ... nothing. I have no idea why it is so hard for...
January 9th, 2014, 12:32 AM
Love them all except Lilia which sounds too much like all the Lilies and Olivias out there.
Personal fav would be Isla, second choice Charlotte
January 9th, 2014, 12:21 AM
I chose Violet for myself but would choose Penelope for a daughter. Can't really put my finger on why ....
December 21st, 2013, 12:01 AM
This is on my list, if I could get my husband on board I would go for it. I would use Pearl or Jane.
December 20th, 2013, 11:57 PM
I think Johanna is one of the nicest female Germanic names out there. It is pronounced Yo-hah-nah in german. It is the name of a good friend who is of german heritage and grew up correcting English...
I really like Meredith
what about Edith? It is somewhere between Agatha and Meredith, comes with the cute option of Edie as a nn and goes well with Ivor.
What about Winona? More elegant than Winifred, more formal than Winnie but with excellent nn potential.
First names first!
Henry is strong, classic and timeless so do you want to match that with a girl's name or do something different?
Clunky but cool Matilda (nn tilly), Agatha,
Of your choices I like Andrew and Grant, I think they both blend well with your other names.
Keep in mind, Andrew will be shortened to Andy (whether you like that or not) whereas Grant is a...
October 3rd, 2013, 05:54 PM
I can see why you are doubting the name given that your first two boys have strong traditional names. But don't you find that the more children you have the more creative you get with the names? I...
October 1st, 2013, 01:45 AM
Of your choices I love:
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