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November 8th, 2013, 08:44 AM
Hello fellow Brit!
Sofie, Milo & Caspian? Close enough to Casper which is a great name btw but slightly different.
Or Asa, Asher, Theo, (appreciate you don't want names ending in 'O'...
We share different taste in names & I'm not keen on any of the ones you like but picked Elliot & Owen because they sound good with your other DCs. Best of luck OP & hope you're able to carry them as...
November 8th, 2013, 08:02 AM
A few names I quite like that fit your criteria
One Daniel I know was given this name because he was very premature & his parents thought giving him the name of a bible character who thought in a den of lions was suitable for their little man....
My husband's grandfather was Aleric John King & then a 3 syllable surname. No idea where the middle name King came from as no one in his family has this name. Used to think it was odd as a middle...
Was also going to suggest Belle. A thought about Belinda; Both my children have names honouring family members. Love my sons names, dislike my daughters names, but because they're family names, they...
Birdie - Not a popular choice which I like. not sure if I would be brave enough to use it myself
Tessa - Prefer Tess & really don't like Tessa
Mavis - There are some old lady names that should not...
September 29th, 2013, 07:38 PM
Juliet is one of my current favs. I've always liked it, but I'm a child of the 70s & every other girl was named Julie. Best for me to not pick a similar name! Also adore Vivienne (this spelling) with...
September 29th, 2013, 07:25 PM
Can't recall all my dolls & teddies as I'm way too old & have a memory of someone who is way too old!
Those I do remember are: Sandwich (Ted my grandmother won in a raffle & who went missing in...
Jessamy is gorgeous name. Love it as it is & wouldn't shorten it myself but wait until she was older & she or her friends did that for themselves. Either that or select a nn early so you can nip the...
September 29th, 2013, 06:51 PM
Rowan Scarlett sounds best with your surname, however I doubt she'll be known by her full name all the time.:D
Scarlett is one of my favourite names, but couldn't pick it as my niece who was born...
How are you pronouncing the name OP?
Emily & Rose are both names I like & so I shall suggest other names I like:
Olivia, Clementine, Adelaide, Artimis, Bethany, Clara, Flora, Lola, Lilah, Hetty,...
Forgot to add, don't like Edmund as reminds me of Blackadder, Quintin is mega popular amount the naice middle class mummies of England & Dimitri is alright.
I still love Alexander Constantine, but Alexander Marius sounds delish. I'm also a huge Les Mis fan but that would not be why I selected the name! The character of Marius is a bit wet IMHO. One...
Frederick goes better with Arthur. Jude is becoming massively trendy in the UK which is putting me off the name. I do however think its a superb name.
Why not just call her Millie? My husband refused to allow me to use a nn as a name because he said they soundunfinished, yet he NEVER calls our children by their formal names! Sorry for the rant, its...
Alexander Constantine fits perfectly. There's your answer:D;)
September 26th, 2013, 03:46 AM
Congrats & adorable name!
Oliver is massively popular in the UK (alas), its also what I named my son, so I'm completely biased with my love of the name. Suspect your son will grow up to be as...
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