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Poppet is cute and Poppy makes a cute nickname (though if Poppy you intend to use on a future child at some point, perhaps steering clear of Poppet/Poppy might be a good idea...in which case my next...
Here are a few ideas...
November 17th, 2014, 02:15 AM
For me, Willow Iris sounds best as first and middle and first, middle and surname together. It has the best flow, I feel.
November 17th, 2014, 02:07 AM
Due to my love of Sunniva, I'd most likely just want to say it the same (definitely has the SOON beginning - SOO-nih-vuh/SOO-nee-vah). However, if taking into account the way the majority of people...
Just a few off the top of my head...
November 17th, 2014, 01:35 AM
Freya &/ Emrys
I was to be named Alata, in the weeks prior to my birth, but it changed last minute when my Dad made the suggestion of Zena.
I'd probably go with Bo.
I definitely think it leans towards the boys side, however, I like it a lot on either gender.
November 15th, 2014, 02:58 AM
I'm really not a big fan of surnames as firsts at all, however, I don't mind Dawson and Reid so much as first for boys, or Jolie for a girl. Remington, for whatever reason, makes me think of a...
Hmmm...maybe Xanthe or Aviva.
November 13th, 2014, 06:15 AM
It'd have to be A: Ariadne, Aviva, Anja, Amity, Antheia, Adelaide, Alba, Athena, Asha, Autumn, Amaranth...
It's cute, yeah, but too cute. Although I'm a fan of word names, I'm not so keen on two together (thinking in Eyre=air) either so that's offputting.
I think Ocean works nicely as a first, but...
November 13th, 2014, 02:09 AM
I voted Hanna Lane (which, honestly, is the one you seemed to talk yourself into while writing the above post). Hannelore isn't 'perfect' for you, Jane's got the J hubby isn't too fond of and...
I voted Anders, Silas & Caius as those are the three I personally like. As to which fits best with Luella - though I'm not a big fan of Augustus myself, it does fit very well with Luella. Luella and...
♂ Oliver & Jack.
♀ Gwendolyn, Sylvie, Lily, Lillian & Emma.
Nothing really stands out for me, but these are quite nice.
Aven feels more masculine than feminine to me. It reminds me of Ivan, Aidan and Evan and I also find that (for me) most names ending in -en in general feel to be much more masculine in sound and feel...
November 10th, 2014, 08:41 AM
Firstly, I don't think it's right for either party to demand that a child be named something when the other party is not at all on board with the idea. It's not fair at all. Naming a child should be...
I find that the -ma & Br- parts of the combo tend not to flow too well together, giving the combo an awkward abruptness of sorts. Outside of flow too, I feel like Cosima and Bryn are of such...
I say eh-LEE-see-uh for Elysia, due to there being on a single S - were it Elyssia, then it would be similar to Alyssia for me, as eh-LISS-ee-uh.
Personally, I prefer Elysia - it looks tidier and...
November 9th, 2014, 04:30 AM
Jordana & Jude
Jupiter & Jacobi
I actually quite like Eleanor Harper (strange really, as while I don't mind Harper, it's certainly not a favourite of mine) as it just has a nice balance between traditional/classic and contemporary...
I think both Anna and Audrey are lovely - both have a vintage charm, but also work well on modern children/adults. Anna is perhaps a little too common and bland for me as a full name, so I'd default...
November 9th, 2014, 03:08 AM
I think Francesca 'Frankie' Morgan is gorgeous and works really well with Gemma Gray. I hope you stick with it.
I don't mind it, and think it would work as a middle rather well if you wanted it to - Penelope Luna Spring proves it actually...what a lovely sounding combo.
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