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Love Oscar! Almost as much as I love Ozias.
Sorry, but the only male name I detest more than Tobias is Toby (which I've always associated w/infections of the foot, to put it politely). I've had a strong negative reflex against the name since I...
Southern ancestors of mine--Permelia, Levicy, Diadama, Lucy, Nancy Ann, Julia
Alexandra (nn Sasha)
Zane (not sure why, but I'm loving this for a girl!)
Aisling--pretty, confusing for some
Clare--nice...I prefer the Claire spelling...kind of makes me think 'soccer mom'
Ella--eh...kind of tiresome, but I love Elle.
You should check your ancestry for a -ly surname, as most of these names started that way or were recently made up.
I like Morgan, and love Morgana.
Jonathan Edwards might get flack for having a similar name as a disgraced politician, though I much prefer it to Paul and Tobias. The girls' choices are better--love Lydia!
I'd say Ingrid's fine for a Swedish beauty, but could be burdensome otherwise. Iris or Imogen?
I'd only use one from my family tree.
March 5th, 2014, 10:25 AM
Evangelina is gorgeous, and I think you need the 'a' ending so it doesn't rhyme w/your surname. Great pick!!
Bastian Philip & Belle Persephone
I'd drop the 'E' and go with Stella Delphine or Stella Wren.
Samwise is a bit odd, but if it works for your family, go with it. I'd suggest Prospero, Victor, Somerset, Solomon, or Winslow.
Hmmm...Maybelle, Persephone (nn Penny), Lucienne (nn Luxe), Aspen (nn Penny), Esmerelda (Emme/Emmy/Esmee), any hits?
Just some thoughts:
March 1st, 2014, 02:13 PM
You should give your son his own unique identity...the only exception would be for an honor name. I have a feminine/diminutive version of my cousin's name--he was 2 when I was born--and I'm still...
March 1st, 2014, 01:09 PM
I suggest Ronan, Jefferson, Stellan or River. From the original options...Brooks (but I don't really get the necessity of making it plural).
I wouldn't want to share a mn w/a bunch of siblings, especially not opposite gender siblings. Names should be original for each child--they already share a surname.
Anything but mandrake...I find it disturbing for some reason. The rest of your choices are great--I especially like Jett & Flynn.
February 28th, 2014, 05:27 PM
Alix would be my pick...it's an ancient French or Norman name, probably a from of Alice. I like Alexis, but preferably for a boy w/the French pronunciation. Lux sounds like a marketing ploy. Or maybe...
I don't hate Emily, but I find it bland. 'Em' makes me think of 'auntie Em' from Wiz of Oz, 'il'=ill, and 'y' is diminutive.
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