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I love love love the name Delphine, but unfortunately, I can't get behind it in this case. EstELla DELphine is just too repetitive. Estella Ruby is definitely my favorite. So gorgeous.
I agree the point someone else made about Kellys and Nicoles having children so it'd be weird for them to name their children those names. For example, my generation was all about Stephanie, Nicole,...
I find Hunter to be a very tacky, overused name. I definitely agree that Harper or Morgan are better choices. I also liked the suggestion of Hadley.
Another random suggestion: Jordana?
I forgot to mention - I really don't like Miley. Some of your name choices are very classy and beautiful but still unique. I feel like Miley is so unattractive, trendy and forgettable. Plus, it...
I disagree with others about nickname-last name rarely being used. My name is Stephanie, but I mostly went by Steph. Everyone called me Steph _____. My friend was Julia, but went by Julie, which is...
Eleanor Christina (Nora)
Elizabeth Christina (Eliza, Liza, Liz, Beth...)
Gwendolyn Christina (Gwen - I also liked the suggestion of Gwyneth)
Adeline Christina/Adelaide Christina...
There are already a ton of great suggestions. I saw someone suggest what immediately popped into my head - Colin Everett. I also like the suggestions of Colin Rhys, Colin James, Colin Jasper, , Colin...
February 22nd, 2014, 02:59 PM
If I could use Wyatt myself, I would (our last name ends in 't'). It's definitely my favorite from your list. Wyatt Cruz is uber cool.
I'm not the least bit concerned about "No-Bo" as we don't call her that (obviously) and it doesn't even have that beginning sound. I'm really interested in people's thoughts on the actual name Bodhi.
My husband and I have decided to start trying again in the summer. We are so far off on names that I'm beginning my search now. Really, the only name he's totally on board with from my signature is...
I have to admit, I did immediately think of an archer arguing/claiming his hill and it did make me chuckle. That being said, I don't think it's a big deal. It's not offensive or embarrassing. Plus, I...
If you're definitely using Charlotte as a middle name (which I love), then I would strongly suggest avoiding first names that also end in 't' (i.e. Violet). Your other choices are all lovely. I also...
February 16th, 2014, 05:00 PM
Juno - Girl
Kieran - Boy
Rory - either but I think it's currently used more for a boy
Carson - Boy
Rowan - either but the only one I never knew personally was a girl
Elliott - Boy
Just a heads up - James or Jameson WILL be the middle name. My husband's name is James and I have several family members (as does he) with James for a name. Not to mention, despite its overuse and...
I actually somewhat understand where you're coming from. I was really loving Catherine Elise "Cate" for a potential name for my daughter. My husband just wouldn't get on board because it's a very...
February 15th, 2014, 10:44 AM
Thanks everyone! I am really solid on liking just Max on its own. Maddox is WAY too trendy for me and I'm not digging the other alternatives, either. The cherry on top of using Jameson is not only...
I adore Scarlett. Scarlett Marie or Scarlett Susanna are gorgeous (not too fond of the double 't' ending in Scarlett and Marguerite). I love the nickname Lettie. :)
February 13th, 2014, 06:32 PM
I've always liked the name Max and as I talk more with my husband about names we both like, I'm realizing a lot of names I hold dear are not names that he will ever agree to name a future son. While...
February 13th, 2014, 06:23 PM
Piper is on my list. :) I feel like it's a name a wide variety of people love. I am more into classic yet underused names but I just love Piper. I know people who love the standard Katherine,...
Oh, I forgot about Gemma. Same feelings as Genevieve. Gemma Jean is a no-go.
I love your list too. The only ones I'm not fond of are Marlowe (trendy; does not reflect your style of classy yet unusual) and Sophie (it's a sweet name but SO overused. Have you considered Sylvie...
In looking back at your post and seeing your nickname for Lisette, I may've been wrong when I said it sounds different than how it sounds in Anneliese and Maelys - maybe it doesn't? I was thinking it...
I would personally rule out Anneliese and Maelys since they share the "Lis" part of Lisette. I know they SOUND different than Lisette but they are still all similar and share similar diminutives,...
I absolutely adore Mary. I have asked a similar question in the past and I was surprised to see so much positive feedback; I was afraid most people would still see it as overused and boring rather...
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