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March 6th, 2014, 02:05 AM
I thought of this a while ago and was curious at what you would name them. Would you use your top boy and girl favourites or would you try and incorporate more of your favourite names into one?
Aurora Genevieve and Caspian Louis
I knew a girl called Tylah. I think Tylah/Tyla would be better for a girl because Tyler for me at least is very much a boy's name.
DD 1: Rose Leela Tennant
DS 1: Harry Matthew Tennant
DS 2: Anthony Jack Tennant
DD 2: Jenna Carole Tennant
Alisia --> Alicia
It’s been many months since your honeymoon, and you are pregnant. Your husband Nico is so excited and Beau is excited to be a big brother. You decide you want this baby’s middle name to, if a boy,...
Congratulations, Navy! What a gorgeous ring! Best wishes for you and your fiancée!
February 19th, 2014, 06:09 AM
To me, Sarah is SAIR-ra and Sara is SAH-ra (rhymes with Zara) and I'm from Australia. I also pronounce Zara/Zarah/Zahra the same :)
It’s been 6 weeks since Laila Reeve’s car accident, and it’s all the media talks about. She’s out of the hospital, but she can’t act in The Travelling Flirt with broken limbs. The director of The...
Your name is Josephine Helena Bell. You are 23 and have been acting ever since you were 5, and are now quite famous. You have been nominated for 3 Golden Globes and have just been nominated for an...
Sunniva, Sunita Skye, Daisy, Poppy and Summer
February 15th, 2014, 06:04 PM
Juno - female
Kieran - male
Rory - male
Carson - male
Rowan - male
Elliot - male
River - male
Charlie - male
Story - female
Artemis - female
Definitely yay! Cleo Thisbe is gorgeous! And I understand about Cleo Madeleine, but I do like Cleo Daphne.
I love the name Helena!
Sorry for any repeats
Thank you for all you brilliant suggestions! I have definitely crossed Clara and Violet off the list. Like Mischa said I am probably going for a short and sweet mn which is more common for the long,...
Recently I have fallen head over heels in love with Elowen. It's beautiful, soft name which works great on a little girl and a grown woman so I'm searching for the perfect middle name. I have some...
I absolutely adore Lydia! It's classical yet relatively uncommon but ready for a comeback because I think it's starting to lose the Pride and Prejudice connection and people are starting to...
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family in this hard time. Rest in peace Theodore.
February 11th, 2014, 05:59 AM
Here are some girls names which I found (and loved!) which aren't on the list
Switzerland - Camellia and Eveline
Australia - Lydia and Torah
There was a Karolina but I've forgotten where she came...
February 8th, 2014, 06:47 PM
One time I went to a Japanese children's day in a park and a koi (type of largish fish) society was there and they had brought with them about ten koi in large buckets for the kids to look at. The...
February 7th, 2014, 05:01 PM
Isabeau nn Bo or Beau 4/5
February 7th, 2014, 02:33 AM
Judging from how you described her, Philippa nn Pip suits her perfectly. It's more down-to-earth for a small-city lawyer. Theadora sounds a bit too frilly or magical.
I've never heard if it before, but Robinette is gorgeous!
And as @aym said, the nn Birdie works for both the fn and the mn in Brigid Robinette.
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