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...and I just realized I screwed up the "DI." Whoops.
It should be:
Leonie Amelia Holly
Daphne Anneliese Hale
There we go.
Leonie Amelia Holly
Daphne Anneliese Hale
September 14th, 2013, 11:21 PM
I personally love those old fashioned puritan names. I especially like Verity and Clarity - two of my personal favorites as of late. And I really think they could work on a child in this day and...
September 2nd, 2013, 12:29 AM
I definitely think that Marlowe is the weakest of the bunch - not sure why, I just like the other 3 better. Out of those, though, I do think Georgia is the strongest and definitely ages better than...
Although I love both match-ups, I think I prefer Asher Luke. To me at least, it flows better and I think works with your last name. Also, Asher does work better with Jonah, Levi, and Isaiah than...
Allegra: All I can see is allergy medication. Honestly.
Isla: I like this - short, sweet, and interesting.
Freya: Probably my favorite name on this list.
Vera: I used to not like it, but now I...
These are a perfectly good batch of baby names right here. I don't what I was expecting from the title of this post, but these names are great! I'm with the others here: don't talk to these...
March 21st, 2013, 08:11 PM
I like names, and I like walruses. That was pretty much my thought process.
Most of my usernames tend to be walrus-based. I think I find it...fun to refer to myself as a walrus, as weird as that...
March 19th, 2013, 12:19 PM
Honestly, I think it could go either way, boy or girl. Granted, there is the Greer Garson connotation that link it to being a girl's name, but I think that could be overlooked in this day and age. ...
March 17th, 2013, 04:15 PM
Born in 1991, graduated in 2010. So, from 1991 to about 1993.
These are all off the top of my head out of a class of 550, so obviously not all of them.
March 17th, 2013, 01:16 PM
February 24th, 2013, 10:58 AM
I voted for Roman because, well, I like it better than the others. There are tons of Jacobs, Adam is a bit boring in my opinion, and Phoenix is a bit out there. Maximus is cool, but I prefer Roman.
February 18th, 2013, 01:49 AM
I'm with everyone else here - don't take to heart what they say on Yahoo. They're trolls, the lot of them, looking to rip anything apart. Seriously, I used to poke around there - then I stopped. ...
January 6th, 2013, 11:50 PM
I fell in love with all of the Halliwell sisters' names from Charmed (my favorite show of all time) when I first heard them - Prudence "Prue", Piper, Phoebe, and Paige. Especially Prue, for some...
January 6th, 2013, 11:44 PM
Mine was Anne Frank. Seriously, I had some weird obsession with her, so my imaginary friend was named in honor of her. I also had imaginary dogs, named Alan, Midnight, and Caroline, that I shared...
Maternal: Marguerite Jeanette "Marge" and Elcie "Joe"
Paternal: Patricia Anne "Pat" and Lester Edwin "Ed" - Note: My grandpa HATED Lester - he was "Buster" in his younger days, "Ed" when he was...
January 6th, 2013, 11:25 PM
That was the first thing that popped into my head - "they name their child after genitalia." Then I burst out laughing. Then I felt terrible for the poor guy. Geez.
January 6th, 2013, 11:06 PM
They're not grandma-ish at all, in my book - "vintage" is definitely the correct term for them, and nothing's wrong with vintage - although I do prefer Harriet over Helen. I think it has more...
I remember how much of a revelation it was when I realized that Isla was pronounced like the word "Island," not "es-lah." I am also in the "purse-a-phone" boat for Persephone.
May 16th, 2012, 03:25 PM
Patricia Ann nn Pat
Marguerite Jeannette nn Marge
Grandpas (Because why not?)
Elcie nn Joe
Lester Edwin nn Ed/Buster when he was younger
I actually like Julia Faith better. Personally, I think it flows better. Also, I prefer Julia over Juliana - Juliana is a bit too girly for my liking.
Good call on David Thomas - it's perfect!
I think Mary would work great with the rest of your children's names - it's a classic name that isn't ridiculously trendy. Plus it's super versatile, and...
I'd go with Lucy. I just love the name. Although Lily's not bad, just kind of trendy at the moment.
Krystie and Audrey (my mom and her sister - 49 y/o)
Nicole and Brock (about 20 y/o)
Brianna and Rebecca (about 20 y/o)
Madison and Brock (twin boys - 10 y/o)
Lauren and Daniel (about 18 y/o)...
March 25th, 2012, 10:55 PM
Charlotte Monica "Charlie"
Theodora Mercy "Theo"
Philippa Celeste "Pip"
Helena June & Miranda Irene
Zane Edward & Cole Ruben
As you can see, I have a thing for girl names...
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