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April 21st, 2013, 03:14 PM
I continue to disagree with your biased opinions misleading & guiding entire populations/countries into YOUR personal feelings on names, and until I see the individual comment sections opened on each...
April 19th, 2013, 03:54 PM
Adeliah/Adelia (pronounced Ad e lie a) - I do not like this pronunciation as it's too bulky for me. It's easier (for me anyway) to pronounce it as "A-dell'-ya" or even "A-deel-ya"
Lydia - Pretty...
April 19th, 2013, 03:48 PM
I'm a huge fan of Victor and Vincent for boys, but I feel like they're going to be popular soon. For girls I love Violet, despite its growing popularity :-(. But I also love Viveca and Vienna. ...
April 19th, 2013, 03:40 PM
Daphne: Getting popular. My lovely niece's name. Love the Greek history.
Leona: I feel like this one's going to get popular too, as I've had pregnant friends mention it lately and it has...
April 17th, 2013, 11:26 AM
Thank you Linda for making the changes. You seem much less defensive than Pam, and we all appreciate that. I get irritated when I see biased opinions on names listed here, not only for the clearly...
We're liking Ray as a middle name, as it is my husband's beloved grandfather's name...even though it sounds like a filler name, I really like how Milena Ray flows :-) Other options on the table are...
Thanks, I love it too :-). Magpie, I thought about your comment regarding "Renee" as I was typing this out! I remember my bf in grade school was named Renee with an accent over one of the Es, and...
I'm leaning toward Milena for our daughter. She is multi-cultural, just as the name seems to connotate to everyone I've asked. However I'm discovering that there's about half the people who think...
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