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November 12th, 2014, 08:47 AM
Thanks! You guys are the best! I think we really need to identify our preferred first names to narrow it down any more because now my problem is that I really like any combination of my favorite...
November 11th, 2014, 04:54 PM
I like Iris Matilda, Iris Penelope, Pearl Clementine, and Pearl Juno.
I think I might prefer Pearl with Marnie.
Also, Marnie Violet is a really lovely name!
November 11th, 2014, 04:40 PM
ROZalind, I'm in the US, mid-Atlantic region.
November 11th, 2014, 04:03 PM
Thanks! Such great suggestions! I really like Beatrice Maud, Lucy Marguerite, Margot Louisa, Beatrix Helena Charlotte, and the suggestions of Clare and Cordelia.
What do you think about Philippa...
November 11th, 2014, 01:38 PM
Hi berries! We're TTC and while we can narrow down our favorite names, we can't seem to get the hang of building attractive combinations with first/middles. Can you help get us with our list or with...
I love them together! I would lean toward choosing longer "full" names myself, but Winnie and Posy make an absolutely adorable sibset.
September 10th, 2014, 02:10 PM
Cosette / Collette
In that case, ignore my weird second guessing of my vote. The coincidence is adorable. (Also, I really like Hermione Ophelia Winter.)
The bard had great taste in names.
I really really like (and voted for) Hermione Ophelia Winter, but I'm mentally stuck on the fact that it feels really obviously theme-y. In one way it's more subtle than Hermione Ophelia Imogen (love...
September 6th, 2014, 03:27 PM
Some of these are first names, some are destined for a middle spot, and some are ideas for favorite nicknames:
1) ... the most unusual? Lilac
2) ... the most traditional? Beatrice
3) ... the most...
My vote went to Beatrix, but I really prefer the rhythm of Beatrix Ada Elaine. Lovely list!
I think Emily Margaret Miller is a tad too heavy on the Ms, but all of your other choices are great. I think I like Evelyn best, but it might depend on how you intend to pronounce Helena.
Esther- I don't like it but it might be more personal experience than taste coloring my opinion.
Leona- meh. Not my favorite, certainly nothing wrong with it.
Leonora- ok. Getting warmer.
I really like Rafaela, and Rafaela Grace is a great name. I'm not crazy about Vale as a fn.
August 2nd, 2014, 09:43 AM
I agree with @lawsonhaley as well. The names make sense stylistically, don't worry about the popularity. You can't control that anyway.
August 2nd, 2014, 09:37 AM
They are both really nice names but I think I like the flow of Lily Estelle a bit more than Violet Lucia.
I like it! I guess it's my style since I like both names on their own, but I don't see how it falls into GP territory at all!
What an eclectic list!
Like: Beatrix, Marnie, Padma, Jill, Fleur, Birdie, Evangelina, Hanna, Genevieve, Caroline, Prudence, Nova, Plum, Ivy, Marigold, Carys, Maeve, Virginia, Cordelia, Lavender,...
July 24th, 2014, 10:48 PM
I like Graham Shepherd. Good luck!
I love Linus. I don't mind the van Pelt and Larrabee associations-- one is all kid, one is all grown up so it's a nice balance.
July 23rd, 2014, 11:25 PM
My first thought was that Evangeline Ruth is adorable so I voted for "use Ruth instead"-- was that what you meant? I really like that combination.
Adele, Agnes, Alice, Astrid, Claire/Clare, Eve/Eva, Margot, Maud/Maude, Nora, Ruth, Vera
Also, can I just say Penny, Gus, and Leo would be an adorable sibset?
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