Type: Posts; User: krisy13
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February 19th, 2014, 08:38 AM
I agree with everyone's pronunciation and also agree that I would really think twice before using it. People are going to constantly assume her name is Elizabeth and just think there was typo. It...
February 19th, 2014, 08:28 AM
The only name you picked that I really don't like is Maisie. I really don't like this vintage name trend because I find most of the name options ugly. Also I have a friend who has a dog named Maisie...
February 19th, 2014, 08:14 AM
I think both names are lovely (not at all my taste). Have you considered how annoying it is going to be for you and your child to have to correct people about how to pronounce her name for her entire...
I really don't like the name. I know the old fashioned names are really popular right now but I am definitely not in to that trend. I personally think it is an ugly sounding name.
It is also...
Just so you know, a lot of people who use these forums seem to be really critical of unisex names or often openly hostile. I don't think you are crazy at all but then my husband I plan on naming a...
Wow...I am also an INFJ...was really surprised to see a number of other people on this thread with that personality because it is the rarest one by far. I find this page:...
We have six pets. We have two 18 moths Australian Shepherds named Chewy and Lando. We have four cats; a bengal named Artex, an american bobtail named Azrael, and two ragdolls named Astro and...
I don't think it is too weird. I know someone mentioned a concern about being teased but I wouldn't worry about that so much these days. I know we think about our childhood where there were far fewer...
I like it. It is the middle name of my 11 year-old niece (apparently they were ahead of their time) so I wouldn't use it personally, but for that though it would be on my short list if we had a boy.
October 4th, 2013, 04:54 PM
Wow! Quite the very varied list. I would recommend narrowing down your list to a theme you like the best. For example: older/classic revived: Georgia, Alice, Hazel, Penelope. International/very...
I think Penelope goes much better with Isabel. Lucy and Isabel just do not go together at all. Personally, I have just met way too many dogs named Lucy (and no people) to consider it a viable name...
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