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My favorites from your list are Clay and Beau. There are SO many names that could be categorized as Southern, why not use a rare old gem or something new, but less common? Just a thought.
I am in a similar situation. Wolfe would be the most obvious option. My husband is really set on Wolfgang, but Wolfhart is a close contender for me. I'm not really sold on either as a fn. Wolfram?
I would be more likely to pronounce it Ava-leen if I were reading it on paper. She may have to correct a few people, but I do prefer the Aveline spelling to Avalyn. I would guess that anything...
It's an unexpected choice. I don't like it; I guess it's better than Jayden (but not Jay).
My favorites (which include some very popular choices):
I like old lady names. Many of them are definitely coming back. A family member recently named her daughter Birdie. My own daughter has a Ruby and a Mary in her class. There are a few that I like,...
I have never met a Primrose, but that name is so fun and pretty all at once. My least favorite is Olwen Pandora Violet. Olwen and Pandora just don't come off as nice sounding.
Any opinions on these unusual choices / spellings?
The name I love and would never ever use:
I think it could come back with the rest. Ralphie is super cute, but he will eventually have to be just Ralph. I love the suggestion of Walter. Here are some more old man names:
I read Bravo. I don't get the hippy feel. It sounds foreign and unfamiliar, though it is short. It says he was also known as Allowin, which is also an interesting name.
I have a friend named Lene, which is pronounced the same as Lena. I think it is a strong choice for a girl, as is Catherine. They work nicely together.
I'm glad (: Mya is pretty, but it is also more common / trendy than Ivy.
Elisabeth - I love the nn potential with this name. Lissy or Elise would be pretty. It a bit close to Esme for me though.
Greta - I really like this option. I think you should go for it if the...
Winter and Ivy do sound a bit odd side by side because they are both nature word names. Here is my suggestion:
Ivy Arabella Winter
I like Evelyn Holly and Francesca Ellen (nn Franny or Frankie).
I think you should okay your husband on the first name Camille (nn Millie is really cute). However, put your foot down and choose the middle name yourself since he hasn't asked your opinion.
I think it can definitely be used because:
1. Names with the 'berry' ending have been catching interest for a little while and will probably be used more and more frequently...though they probably...
Starting with my favorite. Charlie and:
I am torn. It's old and has quite a bit of history...it should be a classic. Yet, it isn't exactly stylish at the moment. It isn't exciting, but it isn't terrible.
Lachlan James - favorite
Even with the n sound, they are different. Gweneviere / Gwenevieve are my favorite long versions.
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