Type: Posts; User: freya55
Search: Search took 0.03 seconds.
I think its lovely. One of my good friends has 4 little girls, all with flower middles and I think its actually really special. Middle names hardly come up IRL, but its something that's just quietly...
March 2nd, 2014, 07:37 PM
I could never find a full name I loved for Callie. I also love Lottie and Hattie but not Charlotte or Harriet.
From your list, I really like Freya June and Freya Violet. I think Freya sounds best with a 3+ syllable middle name eg:
I like it. It is very wordy but its really. It does have a bit of an emo/gothy vibe to it though, probably because of Wednesday Addams + Violet from The Incredibles!
How about Viva? Or Aviva?
I love the suggestions of Juno, Isla, Xanthe, Vega, Clio and Lake for you. I'm not sure I can get behind Cyber though :-/
I completely adore Calypso. Its my number one guilty pleasure. It has such a happy, lilting, sunshine sound and I love the look of it. I love its Greek origins as well as its Caribbean associations....
February 28th, 2014, 08:22 AM
It'd be imaginary twin girls for me today:
Callie Susannah and Lula Rosalie <3
I'm not a fan of Miley but I completely love Valentine in the middle spot, especially considering your connection to it. Looking at your compromise list, Elsa Valentine and Agnes Valentine would be...
February 21st, 2014, 05:42 PM
I trip over it if I say it outloud. I end up wanting to say Noelle Lydia Huntly which is still pretty.
February 21st, 2014, 10:07 AM
I love the suggestion of Violet!
Saskia's lovely. I think it fits with your style very well, it has an exotic regency feel to it. If you don't mind me pinching some names from your signature:
Saskia Violet Grace
Edward is one of my all time favourites. I don't like the sound of the 'mond' bit of Edmond- I don't like Rosamond either for the same reason.
Also wanted to add that I once met a really cool...
February 20th, 2014, 07:13 PM
These are two good lists, I'm sure that there is common ground here. The most likely for cross-over I would've thought are Griffin, Miles and Tobias. One thing that struck me is that Heathcliff is on...
I'm not a fan because it just looks like a handful of scrabble tiles that someone has rearranged to make a name, it just doesn't make sense to me. And I really don't know how its pronounced (can...
February 20th, 2014, 12:31 PM
I once got a note from a neighbour spelling my name Frayjah. Wow.
February 19th, 2014, 05:56 AM
I'm pregnant with a boy atm, but if a baby girl was suddenly discovered in there, she'd be Callie Susannah. Our sibset would be:
Arlo Edward James
Oo, its a tricky one! Sophie and Alice are both so pretty. I suppose Alice flows a little better with Dorothy because you don't have that repeated eee sound, but I think it really depends on your...
Raven is pretty but I much prefer the lightness of Lark. Raven makes me think of Edgar Allen Poe, not that that's a bad thing. I'd prefer both with longer, softer middles though.
I was going to suggest-
but I think they've all been mentioned! :-)
I think Juniper is still relatively uncommon so a lot of people won't have a pre-conceived notion of what its image is. If its in a sibset with River and Willow, it gives off a very hippy vibe, with...
I recently met a Beatrice nn Bliss which I love! I really like Juliet or Bridget nn Jet and Tabitha nn Bee is pretty cute too.
Sophie is really lovely. The only others I can think of in the French-but-familiar-and-not-flashy catergory are:
Another option would be to pick one of the names...
I completely adore Lottie and I prefer Rosabel in the middle spot, beautiful though it is. I can see the sense in having a more formal name, but Charlotte just leaves me cold because i've heard it so...
I love Azure, Soleil, Daisy and Poppy. Clementine is really sunny to me!
The sun managed to break through for about 30mins today after weeks of endless rain here in South-West England, and made me remember how lovely a bit of sunshine is! What names make you think of...
Results 1 to 25 of 500